How To Use A Straightening Brush

Our Straightener Ceramic Brush is a tool aimed not only to detangle and straighten, but to ionize your hair, recovering its brilliance, natural strength, and beauty, making it silky smooth. Due to an installed heating element, this brush helps create a stylish hairdo in just a matter of minutes, and the special technology of ionization relieves your hairdo from static electricity for a long time. Thanks to this tool your hair will be left looking much healthier and well cared for. Here are some tips on how to prepare and straighten your locks without any damage:

Wash Your Hair

Wash your head thoroughly with shampoo and conditioner. If your hair is very curly, choose a conditioner with high moisturizing features, as this type is usually much drier than others. It is advisable to apply a mask or balm, which contains argan oil, like our Rejuvenating Argan Oil collection. Cleanness is compulsory, if not, straightening will not be effective and long-lasting.

Use Heat Protectants

Do not neglect to apply special thermal protective products, such as sprays, lotions, serums or mousses before using the straightener to avoid loss of hair and to enhance the effect. Work any of these products evenly through your wet hair and let it dry naturally.

Dry Your Hair Before Styling

Use your brush straightener on completely dry and well-combed locks; otherwise, you risk burning your scalp and could damage the hair structure. Try not to use a blow dryer, as your hair can get over dried.

Do Not Straighten Hair With Split Ends

If your hair is splitting, do not try to straighten the tips — they will look ridiculous and messy. Get them cut at a professional salon.

Tool adjustment and suitable temperature levels

Turn the power button on and choose the appropriate temperature mode, which is shown on an LCD panel. In order to change the mode, use a switch on the handle of the brush. While the device heats up (it takes 30 seconds), you have time to part and section your locks. Use pins and bands for this.

Time to Straighten!

Temperature Hair structure  Hair shape
290-330F (140-170C) fine or slender naturally straight
330-370F(170-190C) fine/dyed hair of middle thickness straight and almost straight
370-390F(190-200C) fine slightly curly/wavy
390-410F(200-210C) dense slightly curly/wavy
410-450F(210-230C) thick curly/very curly

Take a small lock and slide the brush in slow gentle combing motions from top to bottom. If your hair is long or tangled, comb the tips first, gradually moving up. Devote several seconds to every lock. Do not keep the brush in one position for longer than 2-3 seconds.

The entire process lasts 5-15 minutes depending on the hair length, thickness, fuzziness, and structure.

 

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