For more than 30 years, we have been informing our customers about the difference between combing and brushing hair.
In our fast-moving times, many things are changing at an ever-increasing pace, so many people are pleased when there are facts that are unchangeable.
The big difference for you between a comb and a brush is that you feel from experience that your hair is styled faster with a brush than with a comb.
The big difference I see between comb and brush is the area used to sort the hair.
The brush has about 5 times as many pins as a comb has tines. This means that the area for sorting the hair is larger and you need at least 5 times as much force to sort the hair. Tearing and strong pulling of the hair and the hair root is the result. This aspect is especially important with wet hair, when the cuticle is open and very sensitive.
Comb wet hair (in our comb finder you will find the right comb for your hair).
Brush dry hair
What is the difference between a brush with wooden pins and a brush with boar bristles?
The brush with wooden pins sorts your hair and massages the scalp pleasantly and gently.
Brushes with pure boar bristle sort your hair and additionally care for it in the most sustainable and natural way in the world.
I recommend the following contribution: The technique of hair-care brushing is philosophy and science at the same time.