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BOAR/ NYLON Styling round brush review PART 3 What comes next

BOAR/ NYLON Styling round brush review PART 3 What comes next

PART 3  WHAT COMES NEXT, after the traditional boar bristle brush. HOTHEADS HAIR BRUSHES what makes them stand out? By addressing the deficiencies of the traditional boar bristle brushes. SPEEDING UP DRYING TIME: Creating a design structure to CONTROL AIR FLOW around the brush, allowing the air flow to redirect to the middle of the brush and wrap around creating more AIR and HEAT on a larger surface. Patented CAPTIVE ENDS™ Patent pending THERMAL CONDUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY™ adding a combination of elements and other materials which aid in FASTER HEATING but more important FASTER COOLING then most common materials now in use...

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Nylon Bristle AERATED Round styling brush review

Nylon Bristle AERATED Round styling brush review

Facts and Performances An aerated brush is typically a round cylinder with holes and a center wire inside with nylon bristles twisted through in which bristles protrude through the holes in the barrel about 1/4 to 1/2 inches in length and are  cut flat and very scratchy on the scalp. They are usually extremely LIGHT WEIGHT  no gripping quality therefore your hand must do more work when dealing with the hair. Especially thicker hair creating fatigue and may cause CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME due to the repetitive spinning of this brush type in your hand. SPEED of DRYING, it's suggested that the...

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A GUIDE for choosing the RIGHT SHAMPOO for THINNING HAIR

A GUIDE for choosing the RIGHT SHAMPOO for THINNING HAIR

Not all THINNING HAIR SHAMPOO'S are created equal, but they are all in a category of deep pour cleansers for the scalp. This category has 2 functions IMPROVING MICRO CIRCULATION and dissolving DHT to improve the scalp and hair growth. The single biggest mistake is to use the shampoo like you would a regular shampoo. We recommend shampooing twice as this will improve the results. The first lather is to remove the styling products and sebum. This sets the scalp up for a second lather which is now clean and moist , allowing the actives easier access to the pores....

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POROSITY and CURLY HAIR: Question, how does it effect my curly hair?

POROSITY and CURLY HAIR: Question, how does it effect my curly hair?

POROSITY is another way of describing the hair's internal damage and it's ability to absorb water. More damage more POROSITY Less damage less POROSITY. Most CURLY HAIR looks better when it's wet as water contains the most numerous bonds H2 O2 but are also the weakest in the hair and that is why it looks good when wet. When the water evaporates the hair appears limp and frizzy. Very CURLY HAIR with more POROSITY/damage means more water is absorbed adding more weight, holding down the curls and therefore looking it's best. For this type of curl, styling products should be thicker and...

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BORN AGAIN BLONDE #2

BORN AGAIN BLONDE #2

Born Again Blonde Chapter 2 Toning Once the bleaching is completed and you are thinking Toners this is what you need to know. The hair needs to be restructured with a  low PH protein, this will make the toner last longer and create an even finish. Just think of the skeleton structure of your body without this we couldn't stand straight .The hair needs bone structure as well in order to accept and retain color/toner evenly. Generally the roots of the hair tend to be healthier whereas  the ends have  less structure.  A  treatment will even out the hair structure preparing it and...

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