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Extensions Brushes

Spornette offers several brushes that are ideal for brushing wigs and extensions. These brushes feature nylon bristles that are ‘looped’ so there is no pointed bristle end. Cutting of bonds, knots, etc. is just about eliminated.


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Extensions Brush FAQs

What is the purpose of a looped brush?

The purpose of a looped brush is to be extra gentle when caring for wigs, hairpieces, extensions, or sensitive scalps.

Are looped brushes only for extensions?

While looped bristles are ideal for synthetic and natural extensions and wigs, they are sufficient for use on regular hair. Looped bristles are perfect for those with sensitive scalps as the looped bristles don’t catch on tangles.

Will looped brushes cause damage to my extensions?

The non-tipped, looped bristles cannot catch on or damage hair strands, bonds, bases, or knots. Spornette’s looped bristle brushes are designed specifically for use on extensions and other hairpieces.

Can a looped brush be used on both temporary and semi-permanent extensions?

When it comes to brushing hair extensions, looped bristles are the superior choice. However, be sure to check with your stylist that installed your extensions on the proper care regimen for your particular extensions.

Can looped brushes benefit my extensions?

Yes, looped brushes can benefit extensions. Extensions and hairpieces can be a large investment, and it’s essential to protect that investment. Using the right tools and brushes can help prevent damage and potentially extend your extensions’ lives.

Can looped brushes be used on a wig?

Yes, looped bristles are perfect for use on a wig. When brushing a wig, it’s best to use a mannequin stand rather than brushing the wig while wearing it. For extra assistance and glide when brushing a wig, use conditioner to loosen any knots. When detangling with a looped bristle brush, use the classic technique of starting at the ends of the hair and work upwards until the hair is knot-free.

How do I clean my looped brush?

Clean your looped bristle brush by getting rid of any hair caught in the bristles. Use tepid water and gentle shampoo to clean away any product build-up or debris. Rinse away suds completely, being careful not to submerge the brush in water. If the brush still appears dirty, gently use a toothbrush designated for cleaning to scrub away any remnants.

Differences between looped and non-looped extension brushes?

Looped bristles are an extra precaution of safety and gentleness for wigs and extensions. These bristles effortlessly glide through hair and don’t get stuck in adhesives, bases, knots, or netting. While non-looped bristles can be gentle due to the ball-tips, they can still get caught on difficult tangles.

Are looped brushes safe for both natural and synthetic extensions?

Yes, looped brushes are safe enough for use on synthetic hairpieces.

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