Denman D3 Brush

$12.99 (Prices vary on where the product is purchased.)
@ denmanbrushus.com, Ulta, Amazon, Sally Beauty (Also found at other stores)

 

How it claims to work:
Medium styling brush with 7 rows of nylon pins. The famous Denman anti-static rubber pad provides maximum grip and control during blow-drying for shaping hair. (Source: denmanbrushus.com)

Review:
When writing this review I noticed that Ulta really sells this brush a lot higher than all other retailers, I would totally not buy this brush at Ulta’s price. I know at one point this brush was even $30 at Ulta, but now it is $21.45. As most of you know, I do take price into consideration when reviewing. If something is expensive, I expect more from that product. With the mindset that I paid $21.45 for this brush, I was very disappointed. I expected a smoother detangle with this brush, but it was nothing different than the current detangling brush I use. A lot of naturalistas love this Denman brush because it makes it easier and safer to detangle. I really didn’t see much of a difference in my detangle struggle. If I would have purchased this brush for $12.99 like the other retailers, I may have considered keeping the brush. I also think there are plenty of other brushes that does the same thing for a lot cheaper than $13.

Ratings and Comments:
I don’t believe this brush is quite worth the money or hype. I had been using a Goody’s brush which looks very similar to this Denman brush, but the Goody’s brush was about $6. I will say I am a little biased because of the price. I purchased it from Ulta and paid a lot more than I think it’s worth. I would probably be okay paying $12.99 for this brush opposed to $21.45.

I give this brush a 2 out of 5.

 

 

 

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