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Denman D100 Tunnel Vent Brush – £5.52*

If there is anything that claims to reduce the time it takes to dry my hair, it has my interest in a heartbeat! Due to my hair being flat and lifeless, leaving it to dry naturally is almost an impossibility for me as it will end up poker straight and completely boring. Therefore, every time I wash my hair I have to blow dry it in order to retain some kind of shape and movement. My hair (now it is shorter) doesn’t take the longest time in the world to dry as it is quite fine, however I do find that it can end up quite knotty and if not brushed when damp can dry with some rather odd looking kinks! I have used the Tangle Teaser in the past and my go to hairbrush is currently the Denman Metal Pin Paddle Brush as it is perfect for my shorter main, however when it comes to my hair when damp, I feel it is a bit too vicious and causes more damage then good. This is where the Tunnel Vent Brush comes in! A cross between a hair brush and a comb I find this is great at brushing through damp hair as it doesn’t tug at the roots. Also the open ‘vents’ within the barrel of the brush help hot air to circulate therefore speeding up the time it takes to dry your hair.

I know it is not recommended to brush your hair when wet and I have tried various combs in the past instead, but I find they just get stuck at the knots, pull through my hair and are pretty much a pain in the behind to use. This is the only thing I have found that is gentle on my hair but still gets out any tangles. It also means that my hair dries softer and more shiny as my hair is more evenly dried. What is also great about this brush is that it doesn’t have that push pad where dirt and grit can collect meaning it is easier to keep this brush nice and tidy. Also, it is a heck of a lot easier to hold and user then a comb!

Have you tried this brush before? What is your favourite brush for combing through your hair?

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