When you want big hair, nothing works better than a good teasing brush — that's because the best teasing brushes gently grab onto to every stand of hair to create loads of volume and texture. They're great for creating tons of styles, from just a little volume at the roots to super voluminous ponytails.
Teasing brushes work in a similar way as teasing combs, but they're believed to be less damaging. As opposed to teasing combs, which often pull and tear at the hair, the natural bristles of a teasing brush are far more gentle. So, you can create a style that's full of volume with less risk of tearing up your hair.
Since these brushes are a gentler option, they can help you incorporate a little more teasing into your hair routine. Try teasing your roots at the crown of your head for all-day volume that doesn't look unnatural. Or, tease the base of your ponytail to give it a fuller look.
So, start perfecting your technique — and don't forget to get out the hairspray to help your style last all day. Whether you want just a touch of volume or want to go full Dolly Parton, these teasing brushes will make it possible.
1. A Concave Brush With Staggered Bristles
2. A Foldable Teasing Brush You Can Throw In Your Bag
3. A Brush Made With 100 Percent Boar Bristles
4. A Teasing Brush With Ball Point Tips
This petite brush has an inventive form of bristles to give your hair volume. Instead of the typical straight bristles, these have ball point ends to grab your locks. This works especially well if you have fine or hard to tease hair. Plus, it's small enough to keep in your purse to fluff you hair throughout the day.
5. A Teasing Brush With A Mix Of Nylon & Natural Bristles
6. A Brush That Makes Getting A Perfect Part Super Easy
Get a perfect part with this bright pink teasing brush. The long handle comes to a point which works great for sectioning out your hair or making a straight part. Plus, the mix of boar and nylon bristles give you a wonderful tease while the varied bristle pattern helps minimize breakage.
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