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Two types: Aerated. Brushes feature hundreds of small openings in the brush barrel to encourage rapid air flow thru the hair to reduce styling time. Non-Aerated. No openings. Long bristles are folded in half and are anchored into the brush. Hair is styled by direct heat. Round brushes have a multitude of styling uses. As a general rule, the length of hair section to be styled/dried/brushed determines the diameter of the brush to be used. This is why many women have a couple of diameters in their collection.
A rounder brush, or round brush, is a hairbrush with bristles that go around an oval or circular-shaped barrel. Rounder brushes can come in many sizes and bristle types.
Rounder brushes are perfect for styling the hair while using them in combination with blow-dryers. Rounder brushes are ideal for smoothing and drying hair while adding incredible volume. You can straighten, curl, or add waves with different round brushes.
Rounder brushes can eliminate the need for other hot tools like curling irons.
Use a rounder brush on hair that is 70% dry and already detangled. Section the hair and start from the bottom. Work in small sections and slightly twist your wrist to create tension in the hair with the brush. Brush through the hair, guiding the dryer along with it. Work through the hair until 100% dry.
Most round brushes work well for all hair types. However, if you have thick or coarse hair, it is best to use a nylon bristle brush. Or a nylon and boar combination brush. A 100% boar bristle brush can’t penetrate thicker hair types but work well for fine or normal hair.
Yes, the size of your round brushes matters. For a general rule of thumb, the longer hair you have, the larger barrel size you will want to use. For bangs, short layers, and short hair, you’ll want to choose a small-sized barrel for precision styling.
To extend the life of your rounder brush, it’s best to clean it regularly. Remove hair strands from the bristles daily or weekly. To clean, use a mild shampoo and warm water. If it needs a scrub, use a toothbrush for this purpose only. Do not fully submerge your brush in the water. Rinse away all soap residue that remains.
If properly cared for, a professional-quality Spornette rounder brush should last for many years.
Make sure to regularly and properly clean it to extend your brush’s life. Be sure to store it with care as well to prevent any damage to the bristles.
If you use a rounder brush to try and detangle your hair, it may get stuck in your hair. To prevent this from happening, use rounder brushes for styling previously detangled hair. Be sure not to wrap your hair too many times around the brush either, or it may become stuck.
Using a rounder brush to style your hair creates optimum lift and volume. It also allows you to style your hair as you dry. Styling while drying lessens the amount of heat used on the hair and limits the number of styling tools you need.