Round brush drying is the best way to dry your hair and get the most volume. Not only does it speed up the drying process, but it also gives you more voluminous hair. This post will show you how to do round brush drying correctly to achieve salon-quality results at home. Stay tuned!
Blow drying hair with a round brush
There is a right and wrong way to blow dry your hair. When done correctly, you can achieve a sleek, smooth style. The round brush method is the best way to blow dry your hair. This technique will create volume and movement while drying your hair. You can achieve a beautiful style in minutes by following these simple steps.
The round brush method is the best way to blow dry your hair. Wait until your hair is about 80-90% dry before starting. Divide your hair into four horizontal sections: two in front and two in back. Take the top section of hair and clip it out of the way. Start at the nape of your neck and hold the brush so that the bristles are pointing down toward your head. Slide the brush slowly up to the roots of your hair, twisting it as you go. Hold for a few seconds, then release. Repeat this motion all along with your head, making sure to twist each time you pass over a section of hair. When you reach the end of each section, pull the brush through until the ends are slightly curled.
How to curl hair with a round brush?
Are you looking for a way to add some curl to your hair without using a styling wand? If so, then you may want to try using a round brush. Round brushes can be used to create a variety of hairstyles, including curls. This blog post will show you how to use a round brush to curl your hair. We will also provide some tips on making the curls last longer. Let’s get started!
Curls add pizzazz to any hairstyle, but achieving them can seem daunting. If you have a round brush and some basic styling products, though, curling your hair is a breeze. Here are four steps to creating beautiful curls with a round brush.
- Start by sectioning your hair off into six equal parts. Secure the sections at the back of your head with clips or elastic bands.
- Take one of the sections and run a heat protectant through it from root to tip.
- Wrap the section around the barrel of your round brush, and hold it in place for 10-15 seconds.
- Release the curl and repeat on all other sections.
Repeat these steps until you’ve curled all of your hair. If you have any leftover pieces, curl them using smaller sections not to look too bulky. For extra volume, flip your head over and blast with hairspray! Voilà, you now know how to curl hair with a round brush. Go out there and give it a try! 🙂