Monday, May 9, 2011

As Seen in the Sherri's Steps to Style PBA Blog: The Best Brush

The Best Brush

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011
Finding the perfect brush for your mane can prove to be a “hairy” situation. From paddle to round, vent to boar bristle, the choices are abundant. I recommend buying a brush based on how you want to style your hair. For example:

Paddle Brush
Paddle Brushes are fantastic for detangling and drying long hair. Their wide, flat bases are perfect for creating straight, smooth styles.

Round Brushes by Rusk
Round Brushes (like the RUSK Heat Freakbrush) will create volume and body and are available in small, medium, large and jumbo-sized barrels. When used with the heat of a blow dryer, the smaller round brushes act like rollers to create curl and movement. The larger round brushes smooth tresses and add body.

Vent Brush by Denman
Vent Brushes (like the Denman vent) help to quickly dry your hair straight, creating no bend. A vent brush has extra wide spaced teeth, which make it excellent for detangling wet or dry hair. It also speeds up blow-drying time by allowing heat to get to the hair faster. You can find vent brushesin two sizes: small (for short to medium length hair) and large (for those with longer lengths).

Teasing Brush by Monroe
Teasing Brushes (like this one from Monroe) are widely available and can help you to softly back brush your hair to develop desired volume in your crown area. Staggered bristle lengths aids in penetrating and lifting hair.

Boar Bristle Brush by Rusk
BoarBristle Brushes (like the RUSK DaVinci) penetrate and grip hair and help stimulate the scalp to release natural oilswhile you brush. A boar bristle brush will provide a relaxing scalp massage while simultaneously smoothing all lengths of hair.
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