5 Tips to Style Your Hair With A Round Brush

5 Tips to Style Your Hair With A Round Brush

Every girl loves beautiful, flawless, bouncy curls and waves in the hair. However, do you know how to change your hair styles without hurting hair? Oh, a Bristle round brush is your best choice.
Today we're sharing our favorite tips and tricks with you on how to style your hair with a bristle round brush!

1. Choose a right size round brush for your hair

a.Use bigger size round brushes(the diameter of barrel is 2 inch or 1.8 inch) for bow-drying your hair.
b.Use small size round brushes  (the diameterof barrel is 1 inch or 1.3 inch)for blow drying waves.
c.Round brushes come in different sizes - choose a smaller barrel for shorter hair or to create tighter curls and choose a larger barrel for that ultimate straight yet volumizing blowout. 
d.Remember, the bigger the barrel, the straighter the look.

2.Invest in a quality hair dryer

A lightweight dryer with 1,500 watts of power is the minimum you should look for—otherwise it may not take the water out fast enough, leaving your hair hot but with moisture still in it (therefore causing your style to fall). On the flip side, dryers that push the water out TOO fast will make hair frizzy. If you have curly hair, a diffuser is a must.
Actually, choose a suitable hair dryer for your hair, afford price, powerful, with negative iron is better for your hair.

3.Know your hair type (and then apply the right products accordingly)

Straight Hair:  1A, 1B, 1C    Curly Hair:  3A, 3B, 3C
Wavy Hair:  2A, 2B, 2C  Coily Hair:  4A, 4B, 4C
  • If you have fine hair, stick with volume-building shampoos and lightweight conditioners (on the ends only), and then apply a root-lifting spray or volumizing mousse pre-blowout.
  • For thick hair, you can do a volume product at the roots only and then a leave-in conditioner or smoothing cream through the ends.

4.Work section by section

a.Divide your hair into four sections by creating a horseshoe shape from your temples to the back of your crown, and then parting it down the middle.
b.Clip up the sections and then work on one quadrant at a time. 
c.Taking one at a time, direct the nozzle of your dryer over the bristles as you move the brush from roots to tips.

5.Pick a finishing product.

Once you're done, choose one finishing product and apply it sparingly. That could be a gloss, a serum, a cream or an oil. Then, you can mist with hairspray to secure the style. 


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