Friday, April 16, 2010

Modified Denman Brush

Our Lemon Scented modified Denman D3 Brush

I was just on CurlyNikki and saw she posted a video from AGrlCanMac on a modified Denman brush. Now you all know I absolutely love our Denman D3 brush. It removes all lint from the hair, clumps the curls together, etc. I have heard about the modified Denman brush before, but it sounded so complicated that I didn't even think to check out Youtube for a video on it. AGrlCanMac made a great video on how you can do it.

I decided to take our Lemon Scented Denman D3 Brush (from their Tuti Fruiti scented collection) and try it. I fought with it for about 5 minutes until I got the rubber base to come out. The coconut oil on the brush definitely did not help, lol. It didn't even take one minute to remove 3 rows of teeth and viola! We have ourseleves a modified Denman. I will keep you posted and let you know how we like this one VS the regular one.

Have you ever tried the modified Denman brush?

13 comments :

  1. I need a denman.... instead of my denman knock-off lol

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  2. haven't tried it but plan to modify it very soon. wonder why denman hasn't picked up on this and tried to save folks the trouble?

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  3. I have modified mine and it still works great to remove lints and tangles. But I find that it does not break my hair that much.
    It might be due to something else but since it still works great, I'm good with my modified Denman brush :)

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  4. Nikki where did you get the brush from?

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  5. Me and mr. Denman does not get alone. I feel I don't know how to use it the right way. The modified denman is cute but I'm to scared to one again.

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  6. WOW, I need one of those for mine and my girls hair. I bet it is so much better to comb through especially when the hair is wet

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  7. I guess im not the only one to do this! It does work better.

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  8. I'm glad that it was able to help you!

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  9. I tried it today on my daughter's thick, curly hair. What an easier time! (Yes, I only use the Denman when the hair is damp) Thanks sooo much for the tip!

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  10. Ok...maybe I'm clueless or missing something, but what is the modified denman...are you just taking a row of teeth out or something?

    SN: I love my Denman brush SO much. Especially when doing my daughters' hair b/c of the removal of lint & dirt, & they don't cry at ALL when I'm detangling with it. Not an 'Ouch Mommy' or nothing. Plus their girls are extra juicy when I use it on theirs & my own hair

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  11. This is a great idea for those trying to save money or those that have a D3 Denman, however, if you are wanting to purchase a Denman, you should look into getting a D31 or D41. Those Denman's are for detangling and are for thick, curly hair. The bristles are more spaced like the "modified Denman." I think the D3 was made for straight hairstyling but could work depending on your curls.

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