About the Product
Developed with Far Infrared/Negative Ions.
With a non-slip handle that facilitates styling.
Made of ceramic nylon.
Offers long-lasting special heat resistance & tangle-free styling.
Diminishes frizz & static electricity.
Gives no hot or cold spots & maintains a more even temperature.
Great for fine normal & coarse hair.
- Made of ceramic nylon
How to Use
Don't Use It Until Your Hair Is Almost Dry
- Beware: You're arm will feel like it's about to fall off if you start using your round brush too soon. Hair will be easier to manage and style once it's mostly dry, plus you'll save valuable time.
- Start with the Right Brush
- Depending on your hair length, you'll most likely want to start with a medium-size round brush. Our pick for the best round brush is this version from. Its firm boar and nylon bristles grip the hair enough to pull it taut, while the wooden handle is sturdy and easy to manage.
- Now, If You Take Only One Tip, Let It Be This
- When you're using your round brush, it's important to work by small sections that are wrapped around the brush once. The wrapping part is the most crucial technique when learning how to blow dry hair with a round brush. If you wrap more than once you'll likely get the brush stuck in your hair (ouch—that's the kind of mistake you only make once), and giving it a half wrap will only result in curled under (or out) ends—not the loose wave we're aiming for.
- Wrapping each section around the brush once is the one thing that entirely changed my at home blowout result. Give it a try for yourself and you might just find you're one step closer to that salon-worthy blowout you've been trying to master for years.