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HAIR: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

WOW FACTOR: BALANCE OF A HAIR BRUSH.

Patricia Coyne & Michael Victor Better Balance Reduced Fatique

WOW FACTOR: BALANCE OF A HAIR BRUSH.

How often have you used a brush that's caused fatigue on your hand and arm or are you a victim of Carpal tunnel syndrome? Maybe you need BALANCE in your brush.  The Hot Heads Speed Brush is designed for BETTER BALANCE . The patented Captive Ends allow you to hold the brush on the inner Captive End creating better balance and reduced Fatigue. Now look at the  Grooming/ Paddle Brush Again we create a better balance by shaping an area to hold which joins the paddle and handle together giving this brush optimum balance. Notice: the S shape to the handle No one has...

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BOAR is BACK BABY

Patti Coyne & Michael Victor

BOAR is BACK BABY

The STORY behind Styling brushes: Aerated vs BOAR If you are a user, you will understand what we are about to discuss. If you are currently using aerated brushes here is something to think about. Over the decades the most famous stylists had a passion for BOAR BRISTLE BRUSHES. In fact there is a cult following using BOAR BRUSHES. BOAR bristle brushes were considered old school for a time and the aerated styling brushes crept into the world of blow drying. It may have been they were originally created for the retail market as they are generally cheaper the manufacture....

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SCIENCE OF AN ERGONOMIC PADDLE BRUSH

Patti Coyne & Michael Victor

SCIENCE OF AN ERGONOMIC PADDLE BRUSH

Concept of PERFECT BALANCE. This is so important to relieve both STRESS and reducing FATIQUE in the hand and wrist areas for both stylists and clients Until now there are only two options to hold a Grooming Paddle Brush The HANDLE HOLD most commonly used. This puts a lot of stress on the hand and wrist when styling /Grooming hair. This creates an INBALANCE of WEIGHT due to the distance from the hand to the brush pad, and has a very limited manoeuvrability if your trying to style with a paddle brush. MILITARY HOLD With a PADDLE BRUSH, you are...

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THE PADDLE BRUSH and PERFORMANCE PART 2

Patti Coyne & Michael Victor

THE PADDLE BRUSH and PERFORMANCE  PART 2

The composition of THE PADDLE BRUSH and it's PERFORMANCE   PART 2 THE BODY This is the hard structure the PAD and BRISTLE is set into. For a brush style which is used  so much by so many, though has seen very little changes over the years. One of the most frequent complaints we hear from people is the handle is too short, it doesn't feel right. Most PADDLE BRUSHES are usually flat along the back, even though we do not have flat hands. Look for a brush with a SOFT "S" SHAPED HANDLE and you instantly feel the CONNECTION/ COMFORT. Changes...

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THE PADDLE BRUSH and PERFORMANCE PART 1

Patti Coyne & Michael Victor

THE PADDLE BRUSH and PERFORMANCE PART 1

PART 1 THE PADDLE BRUSH has not structurally changed much over the years. The most universally used brush world wide with many applications. STRUCTURE: PADS Not all PAD'S are created equal. This is where the bristles are add and is one of the most important features. The PAD profile matters, a LOW PROFILE PAD does not allow the bristles enough height to penetrate through the hair and scalp due to the low profile. A HIGH PROFILE PAD will elevate the bristles higher towards the peak ensuring penetration to both hair and scalp. PAD'S can also be THIN/FLEXIBLE which allows gentle...

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