MONROE GLAMOUR hourglass round styling + finishing brush

BRUSHOPOLIS Monroe Brush

M2245-G-1

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Proudly Manufactured in USA, the Monroe Glamour will make fine to medium hair straight and smooth, without the damaging heat of an iron. Perfect for lengthening bottom layers and refining fringe. PRODUCT DETAILS HAIR TYPES: fine-medium • curly • very curly • dry • processed RESULTS: Straight + Smooth + Added Shine BARREL: hourglass round PolyDynamic High Heat Retention Core speeds drying time by up to 40%, is very durable, resists chipping, and holds the heat for creating multiple styling effects BRISTLE: mineral infused 100% first-cut boar bristle for super smooth, silkier strands with less static SIZES AVAILABLE MEDIUM: perfect for hair lengths and layers that are from chin to just below shoulder Medium 10.23" length. Medium 1.77" core diameter (43mm). Green with Natural Bristles and Black Foam Handle

Detangle the hair with the Monroe Prepping Paddle. Using a professional blow dryer with a directional nozzle, work the hair in a circular motion to get rid of the excess water. Get the hair about 70% dry. Tie hair in a bun with a sectioning clip, leaving out a perimeter of approximately 2 inches all around. Step 2: STYLE Get your professional blow dryer ready and the Monroe styling brush that's right for your hair. Use the dryer at maximum speed with the nozzle of the dryer always parallel to the handle of the blow dryer. Position the blow dryer in a perfect perpendicular position to the hair, allowing the heat to actually help the brush close the cuticle of the hair. Allow a minimum distance between the nozzle and the hair. The nozzle should always point to the working area without actually touching the brush, much less the hair. This will avoid burning the scalp or the brush; it will also allow the evaporation of water molecules without actually burning the hair. Choose sections that fit comfortably with the bristle-area of the brush, make sure the section is untangled. LOAD a section of hair on the brush near the scalp. LOCK hair onto the brush by turning approximately 1/4 rotation and pushing the bristle towards the section of hair, creating some tension. PULL THRU without the need for repetitive twisting, following with the nozzle of your dryer. You should not have to do it more than twice before the section is dry. Otherwise, the hair was too wet.
PolyDynamic Core, First-Cut Natural Boar Bristles, Foam Handle