Ask Away...: How A Brush Can Determine Your Good Hair Day

Saturday, November 15, 2014

How A Brush Can Determine Your Good Hair Day

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There are days when my hair is absolutely gorgeous and then there are days when I just want to wear it in a bun for the next 2 weeks.   Using a proper brush can really make or break your hair and determine whether you have a good or bad hair day. 


For me, introducing Sheila Stotts Quick Dry Oval Brush into my daily hair routine has made a huge difference. 




Whether it's on my natural hair or on my extensions, this brush is a miracle worker.  It's great for all lengths and styles of hair.  It has natural boar bristles and a perfectly sized maple-wood handle.  It's very easy to control this brush and it's helped decrease the time it takes to dry my hair.   When I have my extensions in, I really need to be able to style it quickly.  So the more time I can cut back on when it comes to drying my hair the more of a convenience it is for me.




This brush is very gentle on my hair when I dry it.  It can grab more hair at once so there's quicker drying.  But since it's oval it allows my hair to bend without curl or breakage.  It delicately stretches my hair while it drys so it provides maximum straightening power and maximum volume. The natural bristles are gentle to the cuticle of my hair as well.
 
I am so impressed with Sheila Stotts and their line of tools for professional results.  Definitely consider investing in some quality hair tools especially if you wear hair extensions!

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