Does your hair always lack curvature and volume? Maybe you are using the wrong hairbrush. We explain which brush type is exactly the right one for your hair.
Regular round brushes are too thick to add volume to shorter hair. A narrow model is better for you because it can grab the hair right at the roots.
This is how it works: Wrap the strand around the brush and twist it while you are drying it.
Ceramic round brushes with air holes absorb some of the heat from the blow dryer and work almost like a curling iron. Perfect for adding volume to long, fine, or very straight hair.
Tip: ion bristles prevent hair flying.
If you are worried about blow-drying a helmet-like volume into your hair with a round brush, you can use a paddle brush. It absorbs large amounts of hair at once and reliably detangles it thanks to the firm bristles. Small caps on the bristles protect the scalp.
Tip: Brush the hair in different directions while blow-drying, this gives it volume at the roots. Also good: blow-dry your hair overhead with it.
If your hair is thick, wavy, or unruly, you will need a mixed bristle brush. Short natural bristles and long nylon bristles lie close together here - a powerful combination that gives restless manes well-groomed volume.