Chances are, that after your wash and drying routine (blowdry or airdry), your hair may feel a bit drier than normal. Try using a square paddle or oval brush to help distribute oil from your roots to the rest of your hair.
A good tip for tangle-prone hair is to use a large, wide toothed comb to detangle prior to using a brush for better results. After using the large toothed comb, brush your hair gently. Brushing your hair harshly will cause split ends and tear your hair out. Doing it gently will make your hair so much more manageable when it's dry.
Always brush your hair with soft, gentle strokes. The massage created from the brush strokes promotes good blood circulation to the scalp.
Brushing hair in equal sections gives a finished sleek touch to the hair and cleans the dust and dirt from the hair.
Never share your hairbrush with any other person for better hygiene and to protect your hair and scalp from any infection.
Never brush your hair when it's wet because the roots of the hair are at its weakest point when they are wet. So brush them when they are dried completely.
To set styles with your brush; use your brush and your hand tactfully to get the desired style.