Beauty Secrets: Hair One and the Denman Brush

In May of 2013, I cut off my relaxed hair after only transitioning to natural for three months. I loved my ultra short hair and I loved trying out the many different hair products that would “define my curls.” It had only been a couple months later and I was realizing just how fast my hair was growing. Gone were the days when I could throw some moisturizer in my hair and go. I needed a new game plan.

I wanted to make sure that my hair was cleansed and properly moisturized. I wasn’t focused on my curls “popping” anymore. I went through plenty of products that just weren’t right for my 4b hair type. When I was almost at my breaking point, a customer came into my job and changed my “hair journey” forever.

She told me about Wen cleanser and conditioner. She said that there was a product comparable to it at Sally’s for more bang for my buck. It was called Hair One cleanser and conditioner. While I was in the store, I also picked up a D4 Denman brush. I heard about its magic so I knew I had to at least give it a try.

When I got home, the first thing I did was hop in the shower to try out my new products. First, I used Hair One. I followed the directions to a T and I was amazed at how soft it made my hair feel. Before rinsing the conditioner out of my hair, I began to detangle with the denman brush. I was absolutely astonished.

For the first time, I was able to get something with teeth through my hair without it hurting or pulling my hair out. I could’ve kicked myself. Why hadn’t I tried this before? Now all I use is the Hair One, the denman brush and the light Shea Moisture Curl & Style Milk. My hair stays moisturized and when it comes to a new hair routine, I think it’s safe to say I’ve found a keeper.

Try all of these products for yourself! They will not disappoint!


Ashley Renee