Lottie Bruce Hair Brushes January 02nd, 2018 - 11:39:25
Boar bristle would be chosen for people who have fine to normal hair, a boar and nylon bristle combination would be suited for people with normal to thick, and a nylon bristle brush would be best suited to people with very thick hair and/or the type that is prone to tangle. The great thing about these brushes is that they have a unique rubber pad beneath the bristles that gives just the right amount of pressure when brushing. It doesnt allow the hair to be dragged and it aids a gentle massage to the scalp so that sebum is produced to provide a natural conditioning agent. When brushing the hair, the sebum is brushed from root to tip creating a natural conditioner that gives the hair strength, elasticity and shine.
The larger round brush creates excellent oomph and volume at the root of the hair and is best for long hair. Dolls with shorter hair should use a smaller round brush. Depending on the look youre going after, you may want to use two different sized round hairbrushes when you style your hair. The paddle hair brush. This is excellent for straightening medium to long hair. A paddle, unlike a round brush, does not circulate air. It creates a flat surface so it can smooth as it strengthens and lengthens the hair. This is great for women who want that fabulous hippie-straight hair look made famous in the 1960s. The paddle hairbrush comes in several sizes, each designed for a specific length of hair. For example, women with shorter hair should use the smallest brush.
There are countless causes that can result in hair loss. Stress from major medical procedures, prolonged illness, hormonal imbalances, use of certain medications, poor diet, infections, scarring or just unfortunate genetics can all be causes or contributing factors. But out of all of these reasons, pattern baldness (male and female) remains the number one cause of hair loss. Hair loss affects both men and women, though men suffer more commonly and to a significantly larger degree. Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is, as the name suggests, the use of low or cool energy light (from the red light spectrum) to energize and stimulate your scalp to re-start the growth of hair in the scalps follicles. As long as the lasers are operating within the proper wavelength and are being kept at the proper distance from the scalp by the rigid bristles" of the laser hair brush, the energy can be absorbed into individual cells of the body.
The Heat Freak brushes feature an innovative ceramic barrel with three channels that grip and distribute hair evenly while styling. The ionic bristles emit negative ions to seal the cuticle, smooth the hair and eliminate frizz. The Rusk Heat Freak Round Brush comes in 2", 2 ½", 3", 3 ½". The three channels on the brush, grip and distribute the hair evenly while styling for the ultimate convenience and precision. The ceramic barrel and ionic bristles emit negative ions that seal the cuticle, smooth the hair and eliminating frizz. Sam Leonardi, a professional celebrity hairstylist, worked with Rusk to design the perfect styling brushes and that was the birth of the Rusk Da Vinci Collection.