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Don’t butcher your wig or extensions with the wrong brush. For working with faux hair and hair pieces, you’ll want to use a looped bristle version like Spornette’s Super Looper. The unique looped nylon bristles are gentle on tresses of all textures so you can coif with confidence.
As someone who has thin hair and wears my extentions religiously it gets frustrating replacing them so often due to thinning(they're not cheap). Since I have been using this brush I have noticed significantly less shedding and breaking of my weave.5
Do not buy this thinking you will use it on your sometimes tangled hair...this is for hair pieces, wigs, or in my case my four year old daughter's easily tangled/wavy hair. She hates to brush or have her hair brushed and i've been searching for a brush that would feel light/like I'm barely touching her. This fits that bill. It takes a long time, as this brush only does very shallow depths of hair, and works we clipping sections up and going slowly through each small part, anything to make sure she doesnt walk out looking like she hasn't just rolled out of the bed. It works fine on wet hair as well, just mske sure you are buying it for the right use, its well made and you should enjoy it.4
My friend has a wig and she said it should work for my hair. Since it is winter (Illinois) my hair is dry and breaks like crazy so I thought this would help cut down on the breakage....not so much. The loops aren't stiff enough to go thru my hair. When I could get it thru my hair it still would break like usual. My friend who used one for her wig didn't like it either.1