Bethany Emerson Hair Brushes July 24th, 2018 - 10:40:45
Some upmarket stores sell hairbrushes that are still made the old-fashioned way with natural bristles but as these brushes tend to be quite expensive many opt for the brushes made from synthetic materials that are available everywhere. Different shapes and design of hair brush are made to suit different types of hair and styling requirements. A small regular brush that can easily be tucked into a handbag is fine for short hair in a wash and wear style while high maintenance long hair that needs to be blow-dried needs a large circular brush to simplify drying. There are specialist brushes made to detangle Afro-Caribbean woolly curls and gentle soft bristled brushes to brush fine and thin hair without scratching the scalp. Whatever type of hair brush you choose is not going to be a cure all solution to your hair care problems but with the wealth of innovative hair care products available in the marketplace today you are sure to be able to solve any hair issues you have without much difficulty.
Yikes! Women are not the only ones who appreciate the value of a good brush of course. Many of the worlds most dashing men use brushes to style their hair today. Even the Vikings a bunch of the roughest toughest men who ever lived cared for their hair by using combs and brushes they made hundreds of years ago! In 1942 Walter moved to Chicago and began contacting salons selling specially crafted products such as beer shampoo egg shampoo hair nets ear warmers for dryer use and brushes with wooden handles. In 1944 Walter and his wife Fern went on their honeymoon to New York City and squeezed in working at the International Beauty Show. In the early 50s Walter created the Walter Sporn Company which is now known as Spornette International.
Featuring tourmaline bristles this brush actually helps to drive moisture into the scalp and hair shaft. The bristles are heat resistant and static free so hair is brushed without leaving behind frizz or fuzz. A ceramic core works with the heat of the blow dryer to dry the hair completely and evenly leaving behind shiny and smooth hair. One great feature about the Cricket Technique brush is its versatility. It can be used with a blow dryer to straighten hair due to its ability to grab the section of hair tightly and provide just enough resistance to smooth away curls or waves. It can also be used to add volume and body by wrapping the hair around the brush and blasting with the blow dryer.
Laser hair brushes can also correct the overabundance of a substance called DHT (dihydrotestosterone) triggered both by age and genetics that can begin to weaken hair on a follicular level targeting the roots. Use of laser hair brushes is non-invasive and painless as they are designed to penetrate deep within the tissues without causing heat or damage. Some laser hair brushes I reviewed contained only LEDS (light emitting diodes) but if light-emitting diodes were as effective as therapeutic lasers they would already have replaced lasers in the clinic due to their relatively low cost. The best quality laser brushes I have found contain 17 diode lasers focused through clear conical shafts that are the "bristles" of the brush. Many less expensive types put a combination of lasers and LEDS that may look the same but do not deliver the same results.