Denman brush!

Flower princessFlower princess Posts: 608Registered Users
I finally found a store that sells it!But it sells only the D4,D3 models.Which one do you think is better for coarse thick hair?
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  • CandycaneCandycane Posts: 291Registered Users
    i never used one but i think im going to buy one since everyone keeps talking about them.
  • mozekemozeke Posts: 480Registered Users
    I haven't gone natural yet but I already bought one and I do believe it's the D3 model. I used it on my hair after shampoo with lots of conditioner in it and it does work. Hardly any hair in it and my hair is supposed to be really weak b/c of the natural-relaxed mixture. I don't know what the differences are.
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  • Flower princessFlower princess Posts: 608Registered Users
    i never used one but i think im going to buy one since everyone keeps talking about them.

    That's the same reason why i want to buy one!
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  • Flower princessFlower princess Posts: 608Registered Users
    I finally bought the denman brush the D3 model.It was about 19.51$ which is 12.45 euros.It was expensive but since it was the only place i could find it at, it's ok!I'm so glad i found it :DI can't wait to try it.I want to see if it will tame my 7monts old natural+ relaxed hair.:)
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  • SystemSystem Posts: 39,059 Administrator
    Hmmm....

    I don't have a Denman, but I have an imitation Denman made by Goody that I bought at the drugstore for a few dollars. It has a black handle, orange rubber base, and white "bristles."

    It detangles well without pulling out my hair - unlike combs - and it can get through mine or my daughter's extra thick hair - unlike most boar bristle brushes which are too soft.

    What's the difference between the original Denman & the Goody brush(besides the price)?
  • Flower princessFlower princess Posts: 608Registered Users
    sunshine75 wrote: »
    Hmmm....

    I don't have a Denman, but I have an imitation Denman made by Goody that I bought at the drugstore for a few dollars. It has a black handle, orange rubber base, and white "bristles."

    It detangles well without pulling out my hair - unlike combs - and it can get through mine or my daughter's extra thick hair - unlike most boar bristle brushes which are too soft.

    What's the difference between the original Denman & the Goody brush(besides the price)?

    I don't really know...The only thing i can tell you is to stick to it if it works for you!
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  • SystemSystem Posts: 39,059 Administrator
    Can someone please post a pix?

    Speckla
  • Flower princessFlower princess Posts: 608Registered Users
    Speckla wrote: »
    Can someone please post a pix?

    Speckla

    Do you mean the picture of the brush?
    if yes check here
    http://www.ballbeauty.com/dentrad.htm
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  • SystemSystem Posts: 39,059 Administrator
    Speckla wrote: »
    Can someone please post a pix?

    Speckla

    Do you mean the picture of the brush?
    if yes check here
    http://www.ballbeauty.com/dentrad.htm

    Ok, I looked and then had to hide under my desk. :hiding: My mother had that kind of brush for her and my sisters used to brush my hair when I was little...ouch ouch!! It doesn't like my hair!!

    Speckla
  • Flower princessFlower princess Posts: 608Registered Users
    Speckla wrote: »
    Speckla wrote: »
    Can someone please post a pix?

    Speckla

    Do you mean the picture of the brush?
    if yes check here
    http://www.ballbeauty.com/dentrad.htm

    Ok, I looked and then had to hide under my desk. :hiding: My mother had that kind of brush for her and my sisters used to brush my hair when I was little...ouch ouch!! It doesn't like my hair!!

    Speckla


    I always used to think the same i tried the d3 model but it didn't work as i was expecting.I'm thinking of switching it for the d4 but i don't really know if that will work better.
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  • kola626kola626 Posts: 117Registered Users
    Does anyone know if Sally's or Taget, Walmart have the Denman brushes?
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  • SisterClaySisterClay Posts: 46Registered Users
    Most Sally's stores carry the D3.

    Target and Walmart do not carry them at all.
    4a all the way...extra thick

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  • multicultcurlymulticultcurly Posts: 5,136Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    Does anyone remember the pink Avon brushes? I believe the bristles are similar to the Denman brushes but my family used it to smooth hair instead of detangling.

    Combs work well for me, but my hair doesn't tend to tangle if it's healthy and I pay attention to it. However, I've noticed that if I don't use a brush on the crown (top of my head), I have this ridiculously frizzy unkept mess that sticks up. Who says curlies don't need brushes? LOL
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  • mixed_beauty85mixed_beauty85 Posts: 421Registered Users
    ok what is so good about these brushes really anyway?
  • relaxedmess!relaxedmess! Posts: 98Registered Users
    I finally found a store that sells it!But it sells only the D4,D3 models.Which one do you think is better for coarse thick hair?

    i have thick hair and my deman brush really smooths it out.
    im a 3b... and have
    very weird layers...


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    really cant wait to grow them out. ♥
  • Flower princessFlower princess Posts: 608Registered Users
    ok what is so good about these brushes really anyway?

    I can't really tell because i've used it only once . It's good in smoothing the hair but i think that maybe the shower comb work better for me.I'll try it a few more times to be sure.
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  • Flower princessFlower princess Posts: 608Registered Users
    I finally found a store that sells it!But it sells only the D4,D3 models.Which one do you think is better for coarse thick hair?

    i have thick hair and my deman brush really smooths it out.
    Which type do you use?
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  • mixed_beauty85mixed_beauty85 Posts: 421Registered Users
    ok what is so good about these brushes really anyway?

    I can't really tell because i've used it only once . It's good in smoothing the hair but i think that maybe the shower comb work better for me.I'll try it a few more times to be sure.

    ya i use just a regular wide tooth comb too
  • subbrocksubbrock Posts: 8,212Registered Users
    there really isnt a dsicernable difference between the D4 and the D3. the only actual difference between the two is the D4 has 9 rows of bristles the D3 has 7.

    theyre great brushes because they are professional quality, great for smoothing, detangling, blowdrying, product distrubution, creating great clumps of curls and theyre anti static.
  • Flower princessFlower princess Posts: 608Registered Users
    subbrock wrote: »
    there really isnt a dsicernable difference between the D4 and the D3. the only actual difference between the two is the D4 has 9 rows of bristles the D3 has 7.

    theyre great brushes because they are professional quality, great for smoothing, detangling, blowdrying, product distrubution, creating great clumps of curls and theyre anti static.
    Thanx for the info .Which one from this two is wider (i mean the rows have a longer distance)?
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  • subbrocksubbrock Posts: 8,212Registered Users
    the D4 because it has the 9 rows. but they are essentially the exact same size.
  • Flower princessFlower princess Posts: 608Registered Users
    subbrock wrote: »
    the D4 because it has the 9 rows. but they are essentially the exact same size.
    Oh.ok thanks :)
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  • thirteenlbsthirteenlbs Posts: 205Registered Users
    I just got a denman, and it made my hair riiiiiiip. Also, instead of making my curls POP, it obliterated them.

    Am I doing something wrong? I used it to detangle this morning in the shower after an Elusence DT.
    O, S, with fine strands
    Cottony
  • Flower princessFlower princess Posts: 608Registered Users
    I just got a denman, and it made my hair riiiiiiip. Also, instead of making my curls POP, it obliterated them.

    Am I doing something wrong? I used it to detangle this morning in the shower after an Elusence DT.
    The same thing happened to me when i first used it +it made my hair look less thicker!Maybe we are doing something wrong how did you used yours?Did you use a conditioner with good slip to detangle?
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  • jonesybirdjonesybird Posts: 141Registered Users
    Hi everyone!


    I have Denman (goody) pics in my fotki.

    I bought the 2 dollar goody version from Walmart. It looks EXACTLY like the expensive Denman.

    It works like a DREAM. I use it with Fantasia Gel and it SOOOOO makes my curls pop.

    HTH
  • teshonteshon Posts: 1,127Registered Users
    Ok, I have a D14 that I got from Beauty Brands on clearance. I didn't know then that there were different sizes. I think that I should have purchase a D4 instead. At the time when I purchased the D14 my hair was longer and really thick! It just ate up the D14 bristles, wasn't enough rows for my hair. Instead of clumping my curls, I got nothing but frizz and it was more difficult to DT as opposed to using a wide tooth comb.
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