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Q: Why does a HOT HEADS hair brush grip so differently from other styling brushes?

First preparing the hair is VERY important,view blog on PREPARING YOUR HAIR

A: The BRISTLE PATTERN is designed to offer 3 features, Grip, Adjustable Tension and Shine.

When starting out using a HOT HEADS Brush you need to be aware less effort is required.

While pulling through the section if you lift UP SLIGHTLY and turn towards you, you will create more tension by dropping the brush down with a SLIGHT turn away from you, you will experience less tension with more slip.

Adjustable tension when you need it!


A: Combination of traditional bristles of boar and porcupine for quality finishes

and THERMAL CONDUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY for speed and efficiency.

Patented designed CAPTIVE ENDS prevent tangling and FOCUSES AIR FLOW improving any hair dryers performance with less effort, heat and time.

CAPTIVE ENDS offer a perfect balance making HOTHEADS brushes the easiest hair brush to use.

This is a true HYBRID HAIR BRUSH


Q: Why does a regular heat styling brush tangle in my hair?

A: Simply poor design. Our Speed brushes have patented captive ends helping prevent the hair from tangling…


Q: How does the Speed brush speed up drying time?

A: The Patented Thermal Conductive Technology on the brush actually Heats up in 18 seconds and Cools down fast to give a stronger finish to the hair. Its not only the heat as in ceramic and tourmaline based products but the Cooling that is Most important that is featured on the Speed brushes.


Q: Your paddle/grooming brush has a hole in the cushion is there a bristle missing?

A: The hole is a vent. As you brush you hair the cushion pad follows the contour of your scalp. The hole is there to allow our air to slowly escape from the cushion. It is also there if you need to wash the brush so that water can easily escape.


Q: Why do you use pure boar bristles in all the brushes?

A: Pure boar bristles are great to maintain hair condition. They also help keep the hair clean as the bristles actually pick up dirt, environmental pollution and excess hair products removing them for the hair when brushing. They are also known to help distribute natural oils and sebum from the scalp through to the hair ends. Helping create Glossy hair.



Care & Maintenance:

To insure maximum performance of your brushes remove loose hair from the bristles regularly. 

They can be hand washed with a little shampoo rinsed thoroughly , pat dry with a towel  and left to air  dry .

Store away from heat and sunlight.


Q: Can you please clarify if we would need to wet our hair before going into SALT water? (the ocean).

A: Before heading into salt water if the hair is dampened even with just tap water before hand, it decreases the salt water getting into the hair even better is applying a leave in conditioner/product specifically for salt or chlorinated water for protection prior to hitting the beach.

Q: Also is this product for 4c hair types?

A: It seems 4C type hair comprises of corkscrew coils and the MINI-G is designed with a double pinned nylon which will penetrate the hair easily and detangle gently also due to the melted tips on the nylon, plus the natural boar both BLACK and WHITE will help to distribute oils or protection products applied to hair. Remember ALWAYS detangle from the ends up, ,instead of the roots down working up the hair shaft to the root area.


September 7/2017


I received my new paddle brush today I love it and I also have the Mr Smoothy brush and I love that as well.

Now my question, is the large Speed Brush does it have the same technology and lightness as the Mr Smoothy?


To answer your question, the large Speed Brush is a slightly heavier , but does contain the same  Thermal Conductive Technology. 

The bristle is the same boar BLK & WH but the nylon is a single pin and is dipped on the end. 

This combination of bristles used is an all round brush for fine to thick hair of various textures. 

MR SMOOTHY is designed for coarser unruly hair types.


NOV 26th 17

Q:What round brush size is best for me?

A A: Choosing a brush size depends on your needs, lets look at it from creating curls first.

It takes 1 full turn & 1/2 to create a full curl in the hair.

If you want MORE CURL you will need a smaller diameter brush allowing you to have more turns which will create more curls.

If you want a SMOOTHING EFFECT than you  will want a larger diameter brush so you may only need to drop the hair on the brush bristles and pull to the ends to get a smooth finish.