Would you try this brush?

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  1. yamilee21

    yamilee21 Well-Known Member

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    ...........:nono:. It looks like a setback waiting to happen.
     
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    No, because it looks like it would suck the moisture right outta my hair
     
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    Froreal3 haulin hard in the paint

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    This was posted not too long ago...the answer is still no. lol
     
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    I think that I would for my wigs, but not for my grass. I can see those getting gacked up with product and such... :nono:
     
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    :lol: That was my first thought.

    I did a search, but nothing came up. :ohwell:


    My hair takes forever and ever to dry (I washed on Tuesday morning, and it is still a bit damp, :spinning:). These brushes look a little scary to me, but it got me thinking... what if the rubber base of the Denman brush were covered in a microfibre pad? Might that whisk away excess moisture without being as damaging?
     
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    Here is the original thread http://www.longhaircareforum.com/showthread.php?t=654769&highlight=goody
     
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    It looks like a lint brush for your hair!! I'll pass on this.
     
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    turbie twist works for me.
     
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    The brush looks like it would be difficult to clean and may form mold/mildew at its base.
     
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    All those teeth are so close together, and sucking water outta my hair super-fast isn't a major concern for me. No.

    It's kinda cool looking though ;)
     
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    that brush creeps me out:nono:
     
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    Nah... it looks like something you'd use for a pet.
     
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    Looks like it would tear my hair out!
     
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    I saw this in walmart, it sucks all the moisture out of your hair. I dont think this is a good idea for us.
     
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    N to the izz-O... W to the izz-AY

    fo' shizzle my nizzle that mess'll leave your hair all frizzay.

    im so cheesy. but nah. i agree the others! i can see it ripping the hair out and whatever's left is dry as heck.
     

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