I was watching this video by Denman Brush http://tinyurl.com/nqv2b6p which helps you choose which hair brush you need depending on the style you want. I have a large collection of brushes but was missing the round brush for curling hair as I don't normally achieve that look. I was so curious and loved the look of the round barrel brush I had to try it out....and also the tangle tamer as my hair is super prone to tangles.
I loved the results so I thought I would give a quick tutorial on how to achieve wavy hair using the Denman round barrel brush and tangle tamer. I really like the below effect as it has more life and volume than straightened hair yet doesn't look wild at all. I know you guys have seen my natural wild effect which is great for growing out your hair, but sometimes, a curl needs to look a little more tamed....especially if you're going out!
Achieving this look:
I used the following tools:
Prep the hair
- Wash your hair with shampoo and conditioner
- Towel dry
- Spray hair with Elnett heat defence
- Section the hair into quarters ear to ear
Curl the hair
- using the Denman round barrel brush take inch strands and blow dry from root to tip curling the brush around the hair and pulling down
- Work your way across each section then spray with hair spray
- Work on the fringe separately and pull away from the face to give more bounce
- Use the Denman tangle tamer to brush through the tight curls to loosen them to give more natural look
Picture overload as usual, sorry guys!
But I hope you like the wavy hair look that I achieved with Denman Brushes. I felt a bit like Rapunzel and it was soo far from my usual poker straight hair I couldn't help fiddling with it all day.
They're available from www.denmanbrush.com or from Boots.
*brushes ent for consideration and review