Did you know that our hair has positive and negative ions? However, activities such as brushing or towel-drying strip your hair of negative ions. When there are only positive ions in the hair, the strands repel each other, resulting in problems such as flyaway, frizz, and static. This is where ionic hairbrushes can help. They emit ions into your hair to restore the balance of positive and negative
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.
A rotating hot air brush can give you the closest possible salon hair straightening styling at home. It is best used on 70-80% dry hair in order for the hair styling to last longer. It dries hair by blowing hot air, while a rotating barrel spins to straighten the hair while giving lots of volume and shine. With some practice, the hairstyling achieved this way
Hot air brush stylers have been around for a couple of years now and are proving to be a very popular type of hair tool. However, if you’ve never used one before or you’re not sure what they are, we’re here to help! This piece gives you insight into what they are, what they do and how to use them (plus some other little gems!).
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
Buying a round brush dryer a few years ago was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made in hairstyling. This tool proved to be a lifesaver for me as a busy working mom: I was now able to wash and style my hair in under 20′ and always received compliments for my salon styled look. We’ve included our 3 favorite round brush options below:
Blow drying your hair straight has never been so easy with the newest, latest hair technology. We’re talking about hot air brushes! They’ve landed with such applause that there’s no avoiding them especially if you want to achieve salon-straight and sleek hair without stepping out of your home. As with everything, it does take a little know-how and practice but with our guide to how
In our opinion, if you visit a good quality, reputable hair salon you will always achieve a high quality blow dry but if you’d rather style your hair at home then a hot air brush will deliver plenty of bounce, volume and shine as long as you purchase the right one for your hair type and understand how to get the best out of it.
Fine hair is characterized as that type of hair that lacks body or is limp. Because of this, fine hair doesn’t hold a hairstyle really well, particularly if there’s humidity. On the other hand, fine hair can also be smooth and shiny! We have rounded up the best brushes for fine hair to use for detangling, blow drying, adding volume or curling. Some of the best
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
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