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    Posted: Jan 23 2014 at 12:57pm
Carrie and 902sexxi, I don't have any particular brand of paddle brush.  I just got one with plastic bristles with the balls at the end.  Just make sure it's comfortable to hold...that's the only complaint I have about mine.
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Are you talking about Goody Detangling Brush? The one with the rubber bristles that are flexible? That brush is excellent for detangling.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote carrie Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan 10 2014 at 2:59pm
any particular type of paddle brush?
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I don't use the paddle brush for detangling anymore when planning to wear my hair loose because it separates my strands which makes them more prone to tangle.

However, knowing in the back of my head that it's great for separating strands, I used it as a finishing touch to prevent the hair from curling up too much while braiding it for a braid out.
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Yes yes yes! I've gave up all other tools. I only a paddle brush or a metal pick! Why pay a ridiculous amount for a seamless comb when you can just a metal pick.
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Yes
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I am currently transitioning. Would you suggest it for transitioning hair as well?
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Yes, a paddle brush or a denman brush are excellent for detangling.
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Yes, I find that when I use the paddle brush it doesnt take long to detangle at all. I prefer the paddle brush over a comb and denam brush imo it combs out my hair way better either wet or dry.
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Has anyone else tried using a paddle brush for detangling?  I bought one on a whim yesterday and I was thoroughly impressed.  Even dry detangling was a breeze.  It cut the detangling time in half and it seems like the brush did a great job of distributing moisturizer through my hair.
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