We Spotted Jennifer Aniston Using Our Fave Drugstore Hairbrush



If there’s one thing that we preach, it’s that there are some absolute gems in the drugstore aisle. Seriously, some of our fave formulas come from the drugstore, and it seems the same goes for Jennifer Anniston. Yup, THE Jennifer uses a drugstore hairbrush to comb through her iconic tresses, and we’ve also been using it for years! Meet The Wet Brush Flex Dry, $14, which allows you to brush through your hair with ease with minimal effort and less breakage while helping speed up hair-drying time. Here’s everything you need to know about the drugstore hair tool.

In this recent video, Jennifer took to Instagram to share her haircare routine with two products from her new haircare line, Lolavie: the Perfecting Leave-In, $29, and the Glossing Detangler, $25.

wet hair brush Source: Wet Brush

But we’ll be real, what caught our attention was the $14 Wet Brush we’ve been using! And we’re not surprised that Jenny loves it too; it features flexible and heat-resistant InteliFlex bristles, plus an open vented design for faster drying time. Thanks to the flexible bristles, it literally curves to the shape of your scalp to smooth through wet hair in seconds without pulling or tugging your tresses, thereby minimizing breakage. The ergonomically designed curved handle also allows the brush to sit comfortably in your hands for maximum control while you comb through any post-wash knots. If you typically blow dry your locks, this brush will also lend a very helping hand. The open-vented design combined with the resistant Heatflex™ technology cuts drying time in half.

Hair brushing tip: Avoid brushing from scalp-to-tip immediately, as this can be extremely damaging as it pulls and tugs any knots, causing tension and damage from the mid-section of the hair, thereby increasing the likelihood of frizz and brittle ends. Instead, start brushing from the ends of your hair and then move higher up with each stroke. Finish by going all the way through your hair from scalp to tip. We also recommend detangling before you wash your hair, as the hair gets weaker when it’s wet.

For more hairstyling tips check out 7 hairstyling mistakes you need to avoid.

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