Types of brush & their strength!

Blow-drying hair with brushes.

To give shape when blowing with a brush, adequate tension is required while using the hairdryer.

Placing hair smoothly on the brush, prevents it from dropping out…let’s learn about the many types of brushes & their purpose of usage!

We need to understand how brushes works on hair sections.

** The important point is to make it a habit of thorough blow-out of the entire section; from roots to ends, to be able to achieve strong hold & shape from the blow-drying.

By doing so, you can change the form of the shape desired.


Denman brush

  • Good for Straight tension

Scooping up a lot of hair at once is possible as first row of the brush is slightly rough. You will get a good straight work when hair is firmly gripped on by applying tension. Still as hair is natural, it is possible to get tension and luster by utilizing the surface of the rubber part.



Skeleton brush

  • Good at lifting the root

Since front portion is rather rough, hair is less likely to tangle, it is possible to scoop from the root. For this reason, brush is suitable to place close to the root. Compared to Denman brush, if tension is not applied to the hair, it is prone to rough finish.



Roll brush

  • Good at roundness and putting curls

Surface part of the brush part is finer, it is easy to apply tension to the hair. Since the brush itself is round, by immersing or winding the hair in the brush, it is possible to give them firm curls

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