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Collection: Hair Brushes & Combs

Scan the range of hair care products at any reasonably decent store, and you’ll notice something that hasn’t exactly been around for decades: the men’s brush, which is a little more attractive than your granddad’s old tortoiseshell comb he’d carry around in his back pocket.

Why is this a big deal? Quite simply because one size definitely doesn’t fit all, and there’s nothing more frustrating than trying to style or train your hair by using combs or brushes that don’t allow for free movement, or which pull or snag your hair, damaging it rather than nurturing it. There’s also the consideration that women tend to have thicker or denser hair than men, so using a basic store-bought brush you found in the hair care aisle could mean you’re using the wrong implement for the job.

Keep in mind, too, that just having one brush or comb to tend to your needs is like having only one drill bit in your toolbox. For general hair health and control, you might use a larger brush or comb, but when it comes to finer styling, detangling, or smoothing, it’s a pleasure having a few options right there at your disposal. Your hair type also plays a role here: if you have fine, straight hair, you’ll need a more pliable brush that won’t do damage, whereas wiry or thicker hair might need a firmer brush to draw out matted or curly areas.

Choosing a good hairbrush or hair comb for men is also not just about your hair itself. The right type of brush (or combination of brushes) can do wonders for the health of your scalp. And we don’t need to remind you that a healthy, well-stimulated scalp leads to more active hair follicles and a thicker, more robust head of hair!

Choosing the right combination of brushes and combs can be a bewildering task, but it comes down to options that will style your hair adequately while preventing undue breakage or trauma to the hair stems. Our advice: look at using a broad-toothed comb for the first run, followed by a more careful pass using a boar’s hair men’s brush or something similar for the finishing touches.