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February 2, 2010 at 4:37 AM
I don’t think your hair is affected by the denman because let’s face it, you have been doing this for a longggggg time and your hair looks healthy and you gain length.
In my experience, the denman didn’t break my hair it just caused so many split ends. I think you are absolutely right about the individual person’s hair. I did like the brush because the bristles are fantastic, I just couldn’t take the splitting.
February 2, 2010 at 6:44 AM
I’m gonna pick my side of the road… I never liked the denman brush. I found the brush too expensive and damaging to my hair. I think if your hair is on the softer side then it works better for you than if your hair is on the courser side. I used to have pain when I tried to detangle my hair with the denman that wouldn’t go away when I was done. You can have it.
February 2, 2010 at 11:11 AM
Hi Roshini….I just pulled out my Denman again last night. I had put it away because when I first went natural, I read so many posts about it pulling out hair and splitting ends. However, when I actually decided to use it, I found that I was not losing huge amounts of hair or getting split ends. So for me as well, the Denman is a great tool for detangling. Great experiment by the way!!
February 3, 2010 at 5:52 PM
Yes, do what works on your hair. I haven’t noticed the split ends from the Denman either & yes, it’s working and working well for years.
Definitely, if that works for you then do that. I do think my hair texture works well with the Denman and I’ll keep using it. But if it doesn’t work for you and your hair then by all means don’t use it.
Let me know how it works for you.
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