hot air brush

Using a hot air brush on dry hair is not ideal, but some have been able to use it and come out looking with less of the desired look for their fur. It will be quite a challenge to achieve the hairstyle you want, depending on what type of hair you naturally have. Ideally, you are not supposed to use a hot air brush on dry hair because your hair has already been set to its natural look by then. The best time to use a hot air brush is when your hair is damp, which means when your hair is not too wet nor too dry, approximately close to being 80% dry.

Once you get out of the shower, dry your hair for just a little bit. This has been referred to as the pre-dry phase before using your hot air brush. Step by step, once you're out of the shower, just towel dry your hair for a few seconds and apply the hair products you use for your hair. I recommend using a root plus if your hair requires volume, a heat protector, and a straightening product to add a smooth and sleek look. Then, divide your hair into small sections and begin styling your hair. When your hair is wet, these hair products will work better and perform what the product is supposed to achieve. Therefore, if your hair is dry and you use a hot airbrush, the results will not be as to the best of their ability as they are meant to achieve for you to get the hairstyle look you want.

Once again, here are the steps to dry your hair using a hot air brush: dry hair by winding hair around the brush's body, and, for extra volume, lift at the root, pulling hair gently upward before moving the dryer down along the section of hair. If you want to create curls instead, wind hair around the brush and hold for a few seconds; if you're going to dry hair straight but with flicks at the base, lift hair at the root and then pull hair gently downward and curl up the brush at the bottom. Repeat the action desired for each section and finish with some serum or set with a little hair spray for lasting hold. I am repeating the steps on how to use a hot air brush because I would like the readers of this article to understand and be able to decide for themselves that using a hot air brush with slightly wet hair has resulted in better hairstyling for your hair.

If you choose to use a hot air brush on dry hair, remember that once it has dried, it has already set in its natural look. Therefore, if you want to achieve a different look other than your natural look, it would be easier to pre-dry your hair and go through the styling steps I mentioned earlier.

It's only beneficial for anyone out there who is wondering if hot airbrushes can be used on dry hair to thoroughly do your research and find out why most people don't use hot airbrushes on dry hair. If you are worried about damaging your hair, which is understandable, please purchase products that will protect your hair from heat damage. A heat protectant is a vital product to prevent heat-damaged hair. Numerous companies make them. Once a heat protectant is applied, use your desired hot airbrush and consistently use the heat protectant. Also, conditioning hair masks are available for those who want to take extra precautions against heat-damaged hair. The conditioning mask nourishes and replenishes the hair. It's like giving your hair a bunch of vitamins.

I hope all of the readers who are reading this article understand why using a hot air brush on dry hair is not the best way to achieve your desired hairstyle. This article helps you understand the process of using a hot air brush and getting the haircut you like depending on whether your hair is wet or dry. I hope this article answers any questions and concerns about whether you can use a hot air brush on dry hair.