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HAIR: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

REDUCING YOUR DRYING TIME IN HALF without ALCOHOL or CHEMICALS

Michael Victor Prevent heat damage Reduce your drying time in half

REDUCING YOUR DRYING TIME IN HALF without ALCOHOL or CHEMICALS

HOW TO REDUCE YOUR DRYING TIME IN HALF as well as improving the performance of your Hair Dryer. The most common way today to speed up drying time is created by styling products using alcohol and chemicals which will also dry your hair and dehydrate the internal moisture damaging your hair. The patented design of our SPEED BRUSH captures more air flow from your hair dryer controlling ,concentrating and wrapping the airflow around the barrel of the brush. Faster and hotter air flow means less drying time to achieve your style. This approach helps prevent frizz and adds shine. drying the hair faster helps prevent heat damage leaving your...

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TAKING THE HOT AIR OUT OF HAIR DRYERS/ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW IS THE BASICS

Patricia Coyne & Michael Victor The right hair dryer

TAKING THE HOT AIR OUT OF HAIR DRYERS/ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW IS THE BASICS

Choosing the right hair dryer will make your blow drying easier and less stressful. What you need to know:  WEIGHT:  Is it too heavy or too light only you can make that call. BALANCE: Usually that is determined by the length and shape of the handle. Does it fit your hand comfortably. AIR SPEED: 26 MPH - 70 MPH is the range. How to judge air flow, turn on the dryer without heat and place your hand in front of the barrel move your hand closer and away from the barrel. try a couple of dryers you will soon get the idea what will work...

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HAIR: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW THE ANATOMY OF A HAIR BRUSH

Michael Victor BRUSH FOR HAIR BRUSH HOT BRUSH STRAIGHTENING BRUSH

HAIR: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW  THE ANATOMY OF A HAIR BRUSH

Purchasing the right brush can solve and prevent more hair problems than you think. Getting the right brush is the KEY. THREE components you need to know: Handle, Barrel  and  Bristles HANDLES: come in many shapes and sizes. Larger Foam are for those who have difficulty holding a brush. Narrow Wood or Plastic handles can be difficult  to grip and can create fatigue your hand quickly. BARREL: size is important. How to judge the size for curling, you have to be able to rotate the  brush  1 1/2 times minimum around the barrel to create a single curl. To smoothen hair...

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