Tools You NEED If You Have Natural Hair

You can find ALL these tools at your local beauty supply store, however I’ve linked where you can find them on Amazon with ease, just click the picture. OK lets begin!

Denman brush

To help detangle hair and clump curls. People usually remove a few rows so it can get through curly hair easier, me included.


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Wide Tooth Comb

To help detangle hair. I have about three of these.

Rat Tail Combs

Great for parting hair and a good itching tool!

Hard brush

Great for slicking down hair into a tight bun, ponytail, etc.

Hair pins, variety of sizes

To tuck in fly aways, hold buns together and more. I like the jumbo ones because it requires me to use less pins. Gold and silver hair pins are cute too, you can get them from your local pharmacy (CVS, Walgreens, etc) or places like Forever 21 and H&M.

Edge Brush/ Toothbrush

A brush specifically or swooping and styling edges. A toothbrush also gets the job done.


Satin Head Scarf/Bonnet

Protects hair while sleeping. You can find a head scarf at your local beauty supply store.

Satin Pillowcase

To protect hair while sleeping (at a more serious level)

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Afro Pick

To create volume, erase parts,  and even out hair shape.


Butterfly clips

To section hair out of the way when styling, applying product, washing hair, etc

 shower caps

Shower Caps

To protect hair while showering or to help deep condition

Hair Dryer

To stretch hair for certain styles, to dry hair quickly, etc. This is my favorite blow dryer, i have had it a long time. Buying a hair appliance is kind of a big deal so check out – they’ve tested and reviewed different blow dryers to find the best hair dryer for different hair types!


Thanks for reading! Did I miss an important tool? Let me know in the comments below! Be sure to like and share this post!

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7 thoughts on “Tools You NEED If You Have Natural Hair

  1. I tell every natural I encounter about the detangling brush that has changed my life: The KareCo Tangle Buster Brush (Walmart, around $10-$13). If the Felicia Leatherwood Brush and the Wet Brush (a paddle brush) had a baby, this would be it! Life chaaaaanging! 😀 I link 3 videos that showcase it about halfway through this post: Blessings!

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