If you are tired of spending hours in the bathroom using a variety of products to dry and style your hair and want to recreate salon-grade blowouts, a hot air brush brush may be the solution.
The hot air brush effectively shapes and dries hair, combining the powerful features of a circular brush and a hair dryer. The result is a plump, frizz-free gloss in one step. The bristles tangles the hair, and the heating setting provides flexible styling options. These handy tools for all hair types will help you create high-quality hairstyles in minutes.
One-stop hot air brush and curlers are all the rage. The Ion Tool has two heating settings and cold-strike options to eliminate frizz and enhance gloss, and it glides easily even on the hardest hair.
Few of us are as good at blowing hair with brushes and hot air brush as professional stylists. This tool combines nylon and tufted bristles to smooth hair during the drying process. Ideally, you will end up with most straight hair with a slight flick at both ends.
Hot air brush and style at the same time. Air emerges from the brush’s holes, and the round shape guides the hair to make it smooth; it looks similar to the straightening brushes and hot combs sometimes used on natural black hair.
What makes an excellent hot air brush
Round brush dryers come in various sizes. The brush size you choose depends on the volume or lift level you want to achieve and the length of your hair. Use a large brush to get a lot of curls. Small brushes are best for short hair, while long brushes are good for women with long hair. Large brushes can also straighten curls better.
Types of hot air brush
There are three main types of circular brush dryers: chrome, ceramic and tourmaline. Chromium is cheaper, but its surface is rough and can cause hooking, tangling, or cracking. Heating takes longer.
Ceramic round brush dryers are expensive, but they heat quickly and evenly. They easily slide on the hair without friction, so they do not cause hair breaks or jams. The ceramic hot air brush also emits negative ions, reducing frizz and flying away, and making the hair brighter and smoother.
Tourmaline brush dryers are the most expensive type, but they heat up even faster and release more negative ions than ceramic hot air brush.
Heat softens hair by breaking its hydrogen bonds. When buying a circular hot air brush, check to see if it includes a temperature controller. This way, you can easily adjust the heat according to your hair. Consider the maximum heat setting. If the hair is thick and thick, a very high temperature setting is required. If your hair is thin, you need to reduce the temperature to prevent thermal damage.
The handle should fit snugly against your arm and should provide good traction so that the hot brush will not slip off your hand during use.
The bristles should be soft, but they will hold well to the hair. They should have cold tips to prevent scalp burns and hair damage.