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November 20, 2020

Blowouts: How To Choose The Right Round Brush

Watch This: Versatile Brush Styling Tricks & Techniques

PRO TIP: Your round brush can dramatically affect the finish of your blowouts, which is why WetBrush® released four new ones that allow for easy customizing! Watch the video tutorial to learn more about each round brush in the BreakFree™ Pro Round Brush Collection from Robert Santana (@rsantana1), then keep scrolling to learn when to use each one.

 

Tap HERE to watch the full video where Robert talks about and demoes each of the round brushes!

 

Here’s the blowout technique on one of Robert’s clients!

WetBrush BreakFree Pro Collection How To Choose The Right Round Brush For Blowouts Facebook Live

 

WetBrush BreakFree Pro Collection How To Choose The Right Round Brush For Blowouts Facebook Live

 

Shop WetBrush’s BreakFree™ Pro Round Brush Collection at SalonCentric—CLICK HERE!

 

How To Choose The Right Round Brush

One thing about these brushes is that their name clearly implies what each one is designed to do. Here’s a quick guide to each one:

 

  • Pro Volume & Body Brush: This brush will help give your blowouts an added boost, which is especially great for fine-haired clients. There are two variations of this brush, which cater to differing hair densities—Thin-to-Medium or Thick-to-Coarse.

 

  • Pro Straighten & Style Brush: For clients with curly and textured hair types, this round brush will smooth the cuticle AND speed up drying time thanks to its open barrel design that allows for maximum airflow.

 

  • Pro Smooth & Shine Brush: Smooth and shine are two words that go hand-in-hand with blowouts and this round brush’s ultra-soft nylon bristles smooth the cuticle and enhance shine without pulling or snagging the hair.

 

  • Pro Beach Waves Brush: Put the curling iron away because this round brush is a total timesaver for clients who want lived-in waves! Once you’re done smoothing out a section, rotate the brush down before removing to create textured waves.    

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