The definitive brush collection for wavy hair
We know that to look and feel your best you need to have confidence in your tools.
We’ve developed our brushes with a whole host of unique features that make them an incredible choice for your wavy locks.
The soft bristles flex and return, separating and guiding the strands rather than pulling or snagging them. Heat resistant for blow drying (up to 120°C) and water resistant to use in the shower or at the pool, they’re the perfect wet brush for wavy hair too.
A brush that’s just as beautiful as it is useful, it’s our most iconic design and works wonders on wavy hair. The Ex-Static™ anti-static strip minimises frizz, and the lengthened handle allows for greater control when you’re detangling your locks. It also comes in a variety of stunning colours to match your mood or your outfit, including pink, turquoise and matte black.
Our Re:born Angel is a perfect brush for those of you with wavy hair. Developed with softer bristles that are kinder to your hair, it makes light work of detangling those locks.
The bristles are also antibacterial, keeping germs to a minimum, making your brush ultra-hygienic and protected in-between cleans. And it's made from recycled plastic and produced right here in the UK.
Top tips for looking after wavy hair
Wavy hair does need a little love to look its best. If you’ve been struggling, you’re not alone – we’re here to help. Say goodbye to frizzy locks when you follow our tips and tricks for looking after your wavy hair.
How to use your hair brush
Wavy hair strands are on the whole much more delicate than curly hair. Brushing wavy hair too much can flatten it or even end up pulling out your beautiful waves.
Our stylists advise using a wet brush suitable for wavy hair such as the Angel PRO one of ours, and detangle while you’re in the shower and you’ve got some conditioner in your hair. This reduces breakage and minimises the frizz that occurs when you brush your hair when it’s dry.
Avoid heat styling as much as possible
Although it might feel like it makes sense to encourage your waves by heat styling, using too much heat can be detrimental to your locks as excessive heat and styling products can damage your hair and make it look frizzy.
If you do need to style it with heat, try and use on a cool setting to keep your hair in great condition.
Shower in warm water
Looking after your hair starts at the beginning when you’re having a shower (or bath!).
When you wash your hair, try to keep the water warm rather than boiling hot, and then follow up with a cool rinse to seal your hair cuticles and encourage shine.
Sleep in satin
Cotton pillowcases can cause a lot of friction on your poor hair when you’re tossing and turning in your sleep.
Investing in satin pillowcases or a satin sleep cap reduces this friction and frizz as a result, meaning your hair will look fabulous no matter how much you toss and turn.
Consider air drying
Don’t reach for the hair dryer just yet, as you can achieve a winning look without heat tools. Air drying is a great technique for achieving the ‘I’ve just come from the beach’ surfer girl look.
Use a small amount of leave-in product on damp hair from roots to ends, scrunch up your curls and let the air do it’s magic! You can thank us later