Lottie Bruce. Hair Brushes. January 14th , 2018.
A friend once asked me back when I had hair, "How do you know which hair brush is the right one for you?" I never really thought about it. Over the years Ive tried several types of brushes, combs and such and just simply stuck with what felt good on my scalp and left my hair looking and feeling healthy, but not frizzy. So I thought I would check it out and see for myself which commonly available hairbrushes offer the best protection and the most ease of use. In order to carry healthy, manageable hair throughout your life, you need to learn and practice the following tips early in life and never forget them. The main goal is to protect and prevent your hair from being damaged.
This brush is for medium-length hair that is naturally smooth or straight. The flat bock reinforces the hairs sleekness. These brushes will make the most of box shaped bobs, the graduated cut and a disconnected outline. Its called the bi-level cut. These brushes are great for adding volume to short, textured styles that need some movement. They are great for backcombing. The best hairstyles for these brushes include short cuts, round layers and texture outlines like razor perimeters and choppy ends. These brushes can be found in all sizes, including small, medium, large and jumbo-sized barrels. When used with the heat of a blow dryer, the smaller brushes act like rollers and create curl. The larger ones smooth out locks and add body. This is a favorite among professionals. The metal core heats up, shaping the hair from the inside out. Some good thermal brushes are Beautee Sense and Olivia Garden.
If hair care is important to you, consider purchasing a Mason Pearson hair brush. They are not used for just brushing the hair, they clean, condition and maintain healthy hair with no extra effort than using any other hair brush. The also make wonderful gifts for any occasion. One of the most known creeds of hair is that it is not how the stylist does your hair that counts but what you do afterward in the way of maintenance. Since mirrors became common, both men and women have put great premium on the way their look. This means they spend millions of dollars on determining how their hair looks. But as we mentioned, once you leave the salon, you must maintain that hairstyle if it is to look good for a foreseeable time in the future. The best way to maintain your hair in the best way and to keep it exactly the way the stylist made it is to have the right hair brush.
Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is a relatively new development in the treatment of hair loss for men and women. Lasers have played a huge part in medical procedures for decades, but the cool, red spectrum light lasers that are now used in laser hair brushes have already been around for about thirty years in Europe and now follow FDA guidelines in the U.S. More than 2000 clinical studies have been conducted on the use of LLLT and in all of these studies NO mutational effects have ever been observed resulting from therapy with wavelengths in the Red or Infrared red range, in doses used within the laser hair brushes. Low level laser beams stimulate blood circulation to promote rapid cell growth, bringing nourishment and oxygen back to dormant hair follicles so your hair begins to grow in a normal, healthy way. It works at the cellular level with your bodys own natural healing processes down to the level of the nerves and DNA.
Keep in mind there are all kinds of styles and you need the one that is best for your hair. Just because a brush is your favorite color or you saw one at your friends house doesnt mean its the brush for you! Buying the perfect hairbrush means creating perfect hair. The round hair brush. This gives the hair curl, flair, layer, bounce and volume. If you have long, layered hair, you will benefit best from a round brush. There are two types of round brushes one with thick bristles and one with bristles that are less dense and spread over a metallic surface. The metal brush is much easier to use and styles hair more effectively. There is only thing to remember when you shop for a round brush the smaller the circumference of the hairbrush, the tighter the curl will be.
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