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Reddit mentions of Denman Classic Styling Brush 7 Rows - D3 - Hair Brush for Blow-Drying & Styling – Detangling, Separating, Shaping & Defining Curls

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Reddit mentions: 15

We found 15 Reddit mentions of Denman Classic Styling Brush 7 Rows - D3 - Hair Brush for Blow-Drying & Styling – Detangling, Separating, Shaping & Defining Curls. Here are the top ones.

Denman Classic Styling Brush 7 Rows - D3 - Hair Brush for Blow-Drying & Styling – Detangling, Separating, Shaping & Defining Curls
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  • #1 Brush for Styling Naturally Curly Hair and Creating Ringlets - CLASSIC DESIGN: Soft hair brush has seven rows of sculpted round-ended nylon pins gives softer, denser, increased movement and defines curls in wet hair.
  • Perfect for smoothing, shaping and polishing the hair
  • Smooth nylon pins in an anti static, natural rubber pad
Height1.75 Inches
Length8.27 Inches
Number of items1
Release dateApril 2010
Size7 Row
Width1.38 Inches

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Found 15 comments on Denman Classic Styling Brush 7 Rows - D3 - Hair Brush for Blow-Drying & Styling – Detangling, Separating, Shaping & Defining Curls:

u/QueenBoosh · 20 pointsr/curlyhair

A Denman brush! (Sorry for the crappy link, on mobile) https://www.amazon.com/Denman-Cushion-Brush-Nylon-Bristles/dp/B00197623M

You can pull the rubber base off the handle and remove rows to your liking. I bought a 7 row brush but have since modified it to 4 rows.

u/Guacamoleskinnypp · 8 pointsr/curlyhair

Hello there! This is the brush I use: https://smile.amazon.de/Denman-Haarbürste-D3-schwarzer-Gummikissen/dp/B00197623M/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?keywords=denman+brush&qid=1567353795&s=gateway&sprefix=denmna&sr=8-3
Hope it helps and I am glad to hear that you are breaking up with those tools, you don't need that kind of negativity in your life lol!
It's in german though, but you can see the exact same brush I use. Good luck!

u/SuperNarioBro · 5 pointsr/curlyhair

yes of cours!! here is the brush (i use 7 rows) and here is the styling cream. rizos curls is a latina brand that's pretty new so i believe it's only found online. it has a powerful, tropical scent. my hair LOVES it.

u/hey-there-reddit · 5 pointsr/curlyhair

Denman Cushion Brush Nylon Bristles, 7-Row https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00197623M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_asU8BbMVG9AM0

It’s a customizable brush made specially for curly hair. You use it on wet hair to help distribute your product and it promotes clumping and curl definition.

u/ForMyOneLife · 5 pointsr/curlyhair

Thanks! It’s a styling brush that’s become quite popular for curlies

Amazon Link Here

I picked it up at a drug store, it’s pretty easy to find.

As for my twisting method, I brush through sections with the Denman brush, curving as I get to the end, the. scrunching/shaking out each section for a good uniform curl. That gives me shrinkage more than anything. Then, starting at the top of my hair, I take a section, fairy small, about 3-5 curls, put the brush in at my roots, and then brush down the hair, twisting as I go.

Today I did it with my fingers, which is essentially the same thing, just taking 3-5 curls and twisting them (fairly tightly but loose enough that as they dry they poof out to about double the diameter) down to the ends.
Tutorial Here

I do mine tighter than the girl in the video but that is the technique. As I said in my routine, then I air dried but I can diffuse these twists too.

Hope this helped! :)

u/RaisingLizzy · 2 pointsr/curlyhair

Wide toothed comb or denman brush

u/xraigekoux · 2 pointsr/Pomade

I haven't personally tried Murray's, but everything I've heard about it seems like it isn't a joy to use. There are oil based pomades out there that are much easier to apply. I could be wrong, but it seems like you'd need to break down the pomade more into your hands before you apply it on your hair. Making sure you have a little moisture (possibly towel dried) may also contribute to a more pleasant application experience. Lastly, make sure to evenly comb the pomade into your hair. I noticed a lot of people on YouTube like to use a Denman Brush to evenly distribute the pomade before they actually style.

u/meqek · 2 pointsr/blackladies

I swear by my Denman Brush. But, I've found it works best if my hair is wet and I'm brushing product through it.

u/H720 · 1 pointr/INEEEEDIT

This seems to be only concept art sadly.

There are a few brushes with different solutions to cleaning hair though:

$15 - Retractable Brush:

$11 - Disassemblable Brush:

As for the concept art, it is a design by Juhyun Lee. It is called "Easy Comb".


Thank you /u/AntVo2448 for the help!

u/Lightbiter · 1 pointr/INEEEEDIT

This pretty much does the same thing and will last for years I had one of these for around 8 years or so till it got lost in a move - Denman Cushion Brush Nylon Bristles, 7-Row https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00197623M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_TZbLzb1B15RGD

u/Jakgr · 1 pointr/curlyhair

Hi! Some of the people on here still brush their hair in the shower while conditioning. If you find the no-brush thing doesn't work out well for you, I'd recommend this brush, it's a CG cult-classic:


u/dodoconundrum · 1 pointr/curlyhair

I see the pics but not sure which brand of brushes those are. But I can vouch for the strength of the Tangle Teezer Ultimate, designed for thick and curly hair. I use this when my (4a) hair is too matted for my fingers to handle.

If that still isn't enough, you could try a denman brush. No chance she'll be breaking it, it's extremely sturdy. In fact the only I reason I don't recommend it first is because it's almost too sturdy, so it doesn't detangle as gently because it doesn't bend as much. Still, some people love it and it does clump curls nicely.

Just checking here - are you detangling while the hair is wet and slick with conditioner? And are you making sure to go section by section, starting from the very ends and working your way up to the roots? Never try to brush from the roots down.

As for the baby hairs in the front....if you can't catch them with a braid because they're too wispy, I would just leave them be or slap a soft head band on the front. They look like baby hairs /edges rather than breakage to me.

u/Z1839 · 1 pointr/Pomade

Awesome thanks. Is this the denman 7 Denman Cushion Brush Nylon Bristles, 7-Row https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00197623M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_W6fxCbC1WVATF

u/creeny18 · 1 pointr/curlyhair

This is the one I bought: Denman Classic Styling Brush 7 Rows - D3 - Hair Brush for Blow-Drying & Styling - Detangling, Separating, Shaping & Defining Curls for Women https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00197623M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_CKomDb518YJAW

u/KitsuneGao · 1 pointr/curlyhair

I am just always interested in seeing everyone's routines. (Plus I think it's in the rules to post routine? Either way, it is helpful all around.)

I'm still trying to learn my hair myself. But something I know that helps a lot of people is clipping your roots for volume. (If volume is something you like anyway.)

Denman brushes are also popular for brushing in the shower. Supposed to help with curl definition. (I'm still learning so mine is trial & error..)