I want to be Jennifer Garner’s BFF so she’ll give me her favorite detangling brush

March 18, 2019 at 02:00AM by CWC

“Enviable” is one word to describe Jennifer Garner‘s hair, am I right? While the actress has a countless number of products at her fingertips to keep her strands shiny, the product she credits the most for her damage-free hair is a detangling brush.

In an interview with InStyle, Garner shared she’s a a big fan of the Sheila Stotts Removal Brush ($31). She’s happy to spread her hard-earned wisdom to the masses (and her BFFs).

“I give these hairbrushes to all my girlfriends,” Garner says. “I have a store of them in my drawer. If I have a friend come over with a daughter and she’s brushing her hair with one of our brushes, I know she’s going to go home with it.”

So, what’s so great about this brush, anyway? While some brushes cause breakage—especially when used with wet hair—this option has metal, needle-like bristles made for detangling that won’t catch. In fact, it’s gentle enough that you can use it in the shower to get rid of knots, distribute your conditioner evenly, and even give yourself a relaxing scalp massage.

If it sounds a tad too pricey for a hairbrush, don’t worry—there’s another option. The Wet Brush, which is also designed to care for fragile wet strands, is just $10. Either way, you’re bound to have Garner-level shine in no time.

To upgrade your shower routine beyond your brush of choice, add some CBD shampoo and conditioner into the mix, too. Just make sure you don’t spend too much time in there, or your derm is going to be mad at you.
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Author Tehrene Firman | Well and Good
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