Over the years, I have watched clients struggle with blow-drying their hair. Picking out the proper brush to blow-dry with can be the most difficult task. I watch women in the beauty aisle pick up brush after brush, agonizing over which one to buy. Looking back, of course, many of these agonizing minutes seem like a waste of time – the brush usually ends up stored in the bathroom closet with the rest of the brush collection.
Here are some great tips that will help you pick out a brush that gets you the “salon look” created by your stylist.
Could you make a wig with the hair left in your brush? Cleaning your brushes regularly, you can avoid transferring the oil and dirt that builds up on your brush onto your clean, wet hair as you blow-dry it.
1) The things to think about when purchasing a brush are hair texture, length, and the type of style you are trying to achieve.
2) Start blowing the hair in the front. Hair is much easier to shape and mold when it has moisture in it. Most clients have trouble with fine fly-aways or kinky, frizzy hair around the front hair line. Styling the front first will avoid the hair drying into unwanted movements, for once hair is dry it is very difficult to change or mold to your desired look.
3) These are the five brushes I will not leave home without.
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