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    Posted: April 09 2007 at 7:54pm
I just got this annie #2118 brush. I just wanted to know, is thiis a good medium like brush???? Is it good for waves????
 
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Annie brush quality is hit or miss.  They have had problems with  the bristles falling out.  I would recommend Diane brand over Annie.
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I got a Annie 2082. and itz ma favorite brush
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i hear alot about em so yea u should be good
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ok, ok. But does the annie 2118 go as a good medium?
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Originally posted by wave connection wave connection wrote:

Annie brush quality is hit or miss.  They have had problems with  the bristles falling out.  I would recommend Diane brand over Annie.
 
Diane bristles fall out as well. When you get the brush you just gotta
keep using it to get the loose ones out. Better yet you can by
one of those $80 brushes and you won't have that problem.
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yea umm, lets stay on topic.
does the annie 2118 go as a good medium?
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I don' t kno if that specific brush is a good medium brush but some good medium brushes are the DIANE 8114 and The Wave Enforcer brush. But Annie does make good brushes so u should be alright.
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Originally posted by Tha_Man Tha_Man wrote:

yea umm, lets stay on topic.
does the annie 2118 go as a good medium?
 
No! Go get a Diane 8118 and brush.
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chill mayn. i bet u dont even know lol. im just tryin ta see wasup wit dis brush mayn.

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Originally posted by Tha_Man Tha_Man wrote:

chill mayn. i bet u don't even know lol. I'm just trying ta see wasup wit dis brush mayn.
 
If I didn't have waves that comment would have good merit. But
considering the fact that I do, that makes that statement flawed
and preposterous.
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Diane 8118Clap. Preach on Davo.lol
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I have a diane #8167, should I switch up to a softer one ?
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Davo is telling you whats up. If the brush not too hard and its not too soft its a medium. Yall getting too technical. A medium brush feels like you getting a massasge. A hard brush feels like you raking your scalp. A soft brush feels like nothing barely touching your hair.
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Originally posted by twingotti twingotti wrote:

Davo is telling you whats up. If the brush not too hard and its not too soft its a medium. Yall getting too technical. A medium brush feels like you getting a massasge. A hard brush feels like you raking your scalp. A soft brush feels like nothing barely touching your hair.
 
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yeah I use that hard brush in the shower
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Annie brushes are the ish fam.....I own over 34 of em......my new fave is the double sided 2072
TEAM BLACK SPINNAS.....I tell my barber make my cut extra fresh.....I got some hoes I'm checking out 2nite lol
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