A Cult-Favorite Hairstyling Tool
The Revlon Round Brush has been around for years; however, I do not feel that they have taught their audience how to use it properly! Over the past year during this Revlon trend, I have had many guests express concerns of hair damage.
While consulting with my guests I have found out that they use this tool constantly, even with heat protection, and experience major frizz, dryness, and even breakage.
Revlon and other brands have caused a lot of tension and pulling on their hair. It can also get HOT. This tool can be very damaging if not used properly.
The problem these brands have encountered is that they have not explained to their audience how to use the protect correctly. These products have been promoted to dry the hair and style it all together. Sadly, this is not true.
This tool was made for convience and easy styling, but it can really affect the health of your hair!
Here are the best tips when using the Revlon Blow Dry Brush
- DRY your hair first. I know this is counter intuitive, but it is important to use this tool on dry hair. It is made to give volume and style, not dry your hair for you.
- Do not use this tool every day. This tool will constantly pull and snag the hair which can cause breakage.
- HEAT PROTECT, heat protection is important for all heat styling, but these tools have direct contact with the hair, and it needs to be protected. Read my blogs for recommended products to find a good heat protectant for your hair.
- Use a medium setting. These products have very high heat settings and is not needed for your hair if you are rough drying first. The higher heat setting wil only cause more dryness and potential frizz.