Hot Brushes For Styling
Hot Brushes are easier to handle than tongs and come in varying sizes for creating curls of different sizes. Wind down the hair, hold for a few seconds until the heat has penetrated through the hair, then gently remove.
Hot brushes are particularly good for adding volume, body and bounce. They come in all shapes and sizes, and are great for shorter styles and for adding finishing touches to blow-dried hair.
Cordless Hot Brushes, which use butane cartridges or batteries to produce heat, are also available. Use for root lift, curl and movement.
When using a Hot Brushes make certain you follow the manufacture's instructions carefully.
Professional tip: A slim tong will achieve a tight curl whereas a fatter tong will produce a looser curl.
For extra fullness, pull each section of hair firmly forward before curling. Each curl will pull back on itself, giving your style extra body and fullness.
Hot sticks and benders
Hot sticks and benders are smooth rods that are heated up before use. Use on dry or slightly damp hair, with mousse or gel. Perfect for instant permed looks or just body and waves. To use, simply section hair and wind around the hot stick, leaving for five to ten minutes before removing and dressing out hair. For a more dramatic effect take small sections of hair and twist before winding on to the rods.
Heat-styling brushes are brushes combined with a heated rod. Use to control unruly hair or to add body and volume to straight hair. Simply wind small sections of hair round brush and hold for a few seconds. Leave to cool then brush or scrunch into place.
Professional tip: If you pull each section forward before winding, the curl will spring back on itself to give style extra fullness.
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