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Denman D3 Brush For Waves

whirlyhairwhirlyhair Posts: 194Registered Users
My product junkie senses are tingling again. :sad1: And it's in the form of a brush!

Denman D3 Brush - CurlMart

This seems very popular with type 3s and 4s, but have any of you wavies tried it before? What's it like? Did it reduce the frizz? What did it do in terms of volume? Curl enhancement? Did it detangle well?

Thanks!
CG since 3/11/2012

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Type 2C (Botticelli according to Curly Girl: The Handbook)
iii Density
Medium-Coarse Texture
Normal Porosity
Normal Elasticity
HATES: Traditional sulfates/cones.
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Comments

  • MotorCurlMotorCurl Posts: 90Registered Users
    I picked one up at Sally's about a month ago during a PJ binge. I use the Denman on soaking wet hair to distribute product and encourage clumps. I always finger comb first, then use a wide tooth comb to get out the major tangles, and then I follow with the Denman. It feels a little grabby to me if I don't use the comb first. I haven't noticed any change in frizzies or volume, though.
    2C/2B; Med-fine texture, Normal porosity/elasticity, med-thin density; Color treated
    Cleanse: Jessicurl GLS, L'Oreal EverCreme cleansing conditioner
    Co-Wash: SNES, VO5 Kiwi Lime
    RO/LI: Jessicurl Aloeba and TooShea!, KCKT, GVPCB
    Stylers: KCCC (HG!), SM C&S Milk, BRHG, Jessicurl Gelebration Spray, Confident Coils
    CG since 4/23/12
    Located in Houston, Texas

    "Hair really is the crowning glory of a woman. It lights up her person, it frames her face, it makes a halo around her." - Ann Harding
  • barcemadisbarcemadis Posts: 25Registered Users
    I just started using the Denman last week, and I really like it for root volume. I do my normal shower routine, detangling with a wide tooth comb, etc. At the very end, I flip my head over and use the Denman to brush my hair upside down. I then do a kind of modified Ice Queen method (warm instead of cold water) to get the clumps going.

    I did modify the brush too, in case that makes a difference for you. I pulled out two rows of teeth.