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Brush Hour: See How Stylists Are Using WetBrush's New Pro Collection

by Jamie Newman | March 12, 2019
“I love using the Pro Backbar Detangler because it makes toning so much easier,” says Neal Malek, known for his vibrant color creations. He adds that it also helps him colormelt with ease, seamlessly blending two or more hues together.
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“I love using the Pro Backbar Detangler because it makes toning so much easier,” says Neal Malek, known for his vibrant color creations. He adds that it also helps him colormelt with ease, seamlessly blending two or more hues together.

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Neal Malek
Caroline Guiney says she loves the Pro Detangler for brushing out a head of teased highlights: “This brush minimizes pain, split ends and breakage caused by brushing.”
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Caroline Guiney says she loves the Pro Detangler for brushing out a head of teased highlights: “This brush minimizes pain, split ends and breakage caused by brushing.”
Jessica Wright uses the Pro Shine Enhancer for a photo-ready finish. The natural boar bristles bring out hair’s natural shine.
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Jessica Wright uses the Pro Shine Enhancer for a photo-ready finish. The natural boar bristles bring out hair’s natural shine.

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Jessica Wright
“I love using the Pro Backbar Detangler because it makes toning so much easier,” says Neal Malek, known for his vibrant color creations. He adds that it also helps him colormelt with ease, seamlessly blending two or more hues together.
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“I love using the Pro Backbar Detangler because it makes toning so much easier,” says Neal Malek, known for his vibrant color creations. He adds that it also helps him colormelt with ease, seamlessly blending two or more hues together.

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Neal Malek
Caroline Guiney says she loves the Pro Detangler for brushing out a head of teased highlights: “This brush minimizes pain, split ends and breakage caused by brushing.”
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Caroline Guiney says she loves the Pro Detangler for brushing out a head of teased highlights: “This brush minimizes pain, split ends and breakage caused by brushing.”
Jessica Wright uses the Pro Shine Enhancer for a photo-ready finish. The natural boar bristles bring out hair’s natural shine.
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Jessica Wright uses the Pro Shine Enhancer for a photo-ready finish. The natural boar bristles bring out hair’s natural shine.

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Jessica Wright

What do you most love about your WetBrush? The flexible detangling bristles? How about the shine boar bristles Either way, the WetBrush you knew just got upgraded.

Taking cues from the professionals, WetBrush’s new Pro Collection combines elements of its signature brushes with upgraded designs.

The collection includes the Pro Detangler, Pro Backbar Detangler, Pro Paddle Detangler, Pro Detangling Comb and Pro Shine Enhancer. Read about each one here

New to this collection is the ergonomically advanced design, which includes finger rests and a rubberized grip handle for comfort and control, even at the bowl when hands are wet.

To put the collection to the test, MODERN SALON enlisted Artist Connective members Neal Malek @nealmhair, Caroline Guiney @caroline.anythingbutbasic, and Jessica Wright @jessicawrighthair, to use the tools for their color and style creations. Here, they share how they put the brushes from the line to work.

Originally posted on Modern Salon

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