Hours to heat style, ages to brush and going through bobbles a mile a minute? We see hear? you!
Thick hair is gorgeous and glossy when looked after, but we know much of a hassle it can be to maintain. We salute all thick haired girls, taming your hair is a skill when you’ve got so much of it!
Thick hair refers to the size of the actual strands of hair, rather than how close the hair follicles are together on your scalp. It’s important to identify whether your hair is thick, full, or even both, as then you can make sure you’re using the right products and techniques.
Everyday hair care comes down to the tools and products you use. Using a Tangle Angel hair brush for thick hair can help you keep your mane in check, detangling quickly and easily so that you can get on with your day and look fabulous while you do it! Find out more about what tips and tools we recommend to make your tresses look and feel terrific.
Re:born Xtreme: The perfect brush for thick hair
These gentle features make it a great brush for long, thick hair suitable for use on extensions and weaves as well as natural hair.
The Angel Pro: the companion for thick hair
Its ergonomic design gives you greater control to help you get through the toughest of tangles and the Memory Flex™ bristles provide flexibility for everyday combing.
Tangle Angel: The definitive hair brush for thick hair
Not only have we developed our brushes to look beautiful, but they have a variety of features making them the perfect choice for your barnet. We’d noticed that not many detangling brushes for thick hair on the market had handles, so we added one to ours for greater control while detangling.
They’re also all water resistant, as many girls with thick hair prefer to do their brushing in or after a shower.
Top tips for looking after thick hair
We’ve compiled some hot tips so that, armed with your new Tangle Angel brush, you can keep your mane looking magnificent.
How to use your hair brush
Once you’ve brushed through in sections, you can use your brush from root to tip to make sure all the tangles are out.
Don’t wash it too often
If, like many thick haired women you struggle with dryness, try cutting back to only one or two washes a week.
Keep your cool
Hot water can strip your hair of essential oils, making it look dry and dull. Try a cool rinse at the end of your next shower – it will seal your hair’s cuticles and encourage a healthy shine.
Limit the amount of heat styling
If you like to blow dry your hair, consider letting it air dry for a little bit first before using your hair dryer. And of course, always use a high quality heat protection spray first!
Get it cut
Next time you’re in the salon, chat to your stylist about your hair’s needs and what they think will look best, for example more layers to make your hair more manageable.
Brushes for other hair types
We’re all born with beautiful, different hair, it’s part of what makes us unique. Find out more about other kinds of hair and how to keep them all tangle free, with the help of Tangle Angel and our tips and tricks.