Grace Mendoza Hair Brushes December 08th, 2017 - 10:47:59
Brush and comb your hair as infrequently and as gently as possible (Your fingers will do the trick). Do not use a brush on your hair when it is wet and start with a wide-toothed comb first. Be sure not to over-brush dry hair. Never twist, tousle or wring your hair dry in a towel, but instead squeeze it dry gently using your hands. If your hair maintains a lot of static, it could be due to dry weather, dry indoor air or a fine hair type. However, you can also get static if your brush has plastic bristles or tines. In this instance, switch to a natural bristle brush or mist hair spray on the brush and restyle. Handle your hair as little as possible. Avoid direct sun exposure and dont over do coloring or perms.
Then there are people with medium long hair. In this instance, the paddle brush becomes ideal especially for straightening. This brush does an excellent job of smoothing the hair as it grows longer. Not all long hair is the same however and this poses a problem in knowing exactly which brush to use for the specific medium to long hair that is at hand. Those that have long and layered hair need a special paddle brush to disentangle the hair and massage the hair scalp. This is a good point to note because the scalp is very important. The best brush is one that takes note of the scalp because a healthy scalp automatically means healthy hair and the opposite is also true. The best brush which also takes account of the scalp is the one that has a rubber base. This is also called the half-round brush and it comes in handy for massaging the scalp therefore stimulating healthy hair growth. The right hair brush therefore takes into account that the scalp is important and also boosts the blood circulation inside the scalp.
The Spornette mini styling tools have a rounded shape and are created with boar bristles for great hold. They come in two different sizes and are great for an overnight bag. These brushes work especially well with shorter hair because of their small size and firm hold. The Porcupine oval is a cushion brush with a flatter surface than the other rounded brushes. The cushion in this brush allows hair to easily flow over the bristles without creating snarls or tangling. This brush has a wooden handle and boar and nylon bristles which makes drying damp hair super easy. This brush is great for achieving a smooth silky finish and eliminating curls from hair. The ZHU brushes have a rounded shape which makes curling and flipping hair while blow drying very easy. The handles of this brush are made of bamboo and the bristles are tourmaline nylon. The barrel of the brush is made of ceramic so it heats up and helps lock in the style. After using this brush to dry hair, set the hair in pin curls and spray with hairspray to create big, voluminous curls.
Some upmarket stores sell hairbrushes that are still made the old-fashioned way with natural bristles but as these brushes tend to be quite expensive, many opt for the brushes made from synthetic materials that are available everywhere. Different shapes and design of hair brush are made to suit different types of hair and styling requirements. A small regular brush that can easily be tucked into a handbag is fine for short hair in a wash and wear style, while high maintenance long hair that needs to be blow-dried needs a large circular brush to simplify drying. There are specialist brushes made to detangle Afro-Caribbean woolly curls and gentle, soft bristled brushes to brush fine and thin hair without scratching the scalp. Whatever type of hair brush you choose is not going to be a cure all solution to your hair care problems but with the wealth of innovative hair care products available in the marketplace today you are sure to be able to solve any hair issues you have without much difficulty.