The blow dryer brush is fairly new to the hairstyling market and I love a new product so when I first heard about them I had to try out a few to see if they really do what they say they do. I am a styling product addict and I have tried my fair share of hair straighteners, curling brushes, curling wands and hair dryers so I am
Hot Air Brushes – a load of hot air?
What are hot air hair brushes? Are they bad for your hair? Can hot air brushes be used on wet hair? Can hot air brushes straighten hair? How do you use a hot air brush to curl hair? Where can I buy a hot air brush? If you’ve been thinking about buying a hot air brush or air styler but you’re finding it confusing then I hope to help. There are so many hot air brushes and air stylers on the market I know how difficult it is to work out what will work for your hair. After all, there are so many different hair types, short, medium and long lengths not to mention a variety of textures. Rather than ploughing through the thousands of stylers on the market I have written a short guide as to those I think will work for you.
Do you brush your curly hair? I have the curliest hair ever and although I get so many compliments on it, it is so difficult to maintain! I try not to brush it as much as I can because it goes really frizzy so I usually use my fingers to separate the curls but before I wash it I always brush it out because otherwise
What type of curling brush does your hair need? There are many ways to curl your hair and heated styling tools are increasingly popular but before styling tools, women used curling brushes (as well as other methods) and they give an excellent result when used properly. It’s also important to have the right type of curling brush for your hair; this could be size or
I decided to try the hot air stylers but was a little stuck as to which to buy seeing as there are so many on the market. I chose two in the end because I couldn‘t decide and bought the Revlon Tourmaline Ceramic Hot Air Spin Brush and the Revlon RVHA6010 Laser Brilliance Infrared Hot Air Brush. One arrived last week and one arrived two
If you enjoy flaunting beautiful hairstyles every time you step out of the door, consider investing in the right blow dry brush. Now this may seem like a confusing task considering the fact that most women lack this important tool. However, you need to remember is that paddle brushes are ideal for straight styles while round large-barrel brushes can add volume and curls to your
Having a nice haircut from a professional salon is always uplifting, at least until the effects of your professional blow-drying wear off. After all, who’s going to make all that effort at home again, right? Effort aside, it’s extremely difficult to get the perfect look in the end after all the time you spend. However, if you get the right hair styling tool, you can
Who can resist having sleek and shiny hair whenever they step out of house (or decide to stay in)? However, the fact remains that too much hair styling with different equipment can destroy your hair over a long time. Using hot hair styling tools like a curling iron, hair dryer, hot electric hair brush and straighteners can make hair bristle and easily breakable. So what
For those who like to keep their hair perfectly styled at all the times, one of the best things to add to their hair styling kit is Revlon hair brushes. These hot air brushes can give your hair the right waves and flips while providing more volume and a perfect style to them. With hot air brushes, you can style your hair in different ways
A powerful, ceramic hot air brush is great alternative for flat irons and curling irons. We naturally want to change our looks every day, if possible and it can get pretty boring if you keep wearing your hair straight or wavy everyday. With hot air styling brushes, you can give your hair volume and a different, more relaxed style. It’s a lot easier to use too,
In the past, hair styling was a long and laborious process that involved holding a blow dryer in one hand and a brush in the other, for half an hour or longer. To create curls, my mother used curlers, that process took hours back then. For those who lacked the time or the energy to style their hair, a trip to a salon was a