Tips for buying a straightening brush
Hair Types: Check if the straightening brush is suitable for your hair type. Some brushes work better on thick, frizzy hair, while others work better on fine or color-treated hair.
Height and weight: Check if the size and weight of the straightening brush are comfortable for you to handle.
Temperature adjustment: Check if the straightening brush has a temperature adjustment so you can adjust the heat for your hair type.
Material quality: Check what material the straightening brush is made of and whether it is durable and sturdy.
Brand Reputation: Check the manufacturer's reputation and read reviews online to ensure you're getting a good quality straightening brush.
Price: Check the price tag and make sure you're getting value for money.
Additional functions: Check whether the straightening brush has additional features such as negative ion effect, ceramic or tourium coatings that can straighten the hair even more gently and effectively.
Application of the smoothing brush
Hair to wash and dry: Wash your hair and let it dry completely before beginning the straightening brush.
Part the hair: Divide the hair into sections to make it easier to work with.
Heating the brush: Turn on the straightening brush and let it heat to the desired temperature.
Hair straightening: Starting with a section of hair, slowly run the brush through the hair from roots to ends. Repeat the process until all sections of hair are smooth.
Final care: Spray a little Heat Protection Spray on the hair to protect it from further damage.
It is important that you follow the manufacturer's directions and recommendations to get the best result and avoid damage to your hair. Also, do not use the brush too often to avoid damaging the hair.