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Nylon or bristle or both?

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Personally I like boar bristle. Smoother finish less frizz has been my experience. There are times I do need other types but I usually stick with my bristle brushes. I love them. 
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Whatever gets the best grip depending on hair type.
True,tension is a major factor.Which type do you prefer to use to create texture?
Boar bristle (Marilyn) most of the time, but if I have really natural, skinny wimpy hair that I need to create volume nylon with a thermal core. Marilyn brushes I prefer the "ovali" and the "flatter me too". Both are oval shaped...
For me, it depends on what I'm trying to achieve. Many times I use a combination of brushes. My favorite round brushes have both nylon and boar bristles.

Both?

 

I like boar bristle + nylon bristle on a large barrel brush for a straight or very loose blowout.

I like nylon bristle + metal/ceramic barrel brush for curling some hair types.

I like plain boar bristle in a medium to small brush for sticking the hair to like velcro and rolling up and down with no tension for a super curly blow dry.

 

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