By Cheryl Gushue
As a curly haired girl, I’ve always struggled getting my mane of waves in a straight, orderly manner. In fact, people that have known me for years have no idea I have a macaroni spiral curl when I air dry. My hair has been the high maintenance bane of my beauty existence.
Working in the hair industry for two decades has taught me a few things – one of them is how to do a good pro blowout. Sculpted shoulders is a great side benefit due to years of self administered bi-weekly blowouts. I find giving myself a good blowout utterly exhausting (insert inappropriate joke here). I literally have to take an arm and heat overdose break from my forty five minute ordeal. A good salon blow dry is one of my most favourite and rather necessary indulgences.
As of now, I may have found my home blowout saviour. The Hot Tools Blowout brush does the trick of a brush and dryer in just one-step. The bristles are made from Boartech2™ bristles with activated charcoal that smooths out the hair and gives a faster drying time. The styling surface is made with Thermaglide™ ceramic for consistent styling results with ION TECHNOLOGY® for faster drying, increased softness, shine and reduced frizz.
Today, I blow dried my hair with the Blowout brush and here is what I discovered. Being a blow dryer/brush you get consistent even flow of air from the root to end. The oval shape makes it easy to direct especially on the opposite side of the head where it’s harder to control and reach. It’s got room to maneuver because of the very long nine foot professional swivel cord.
Kirsten Klontz Canadian Ambassador for Hot Tools shows us how to use the Blowout brush.