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TRESemmé stylist, Tyler Laswell, offers his top Brush Tips in this hairstyling how-to video.
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TRESemmé stylist, Tyler Laswell, offers his top Brush Tips in this hairstyling how-to video.
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    When it comes to choosing your brush, this is one of the most important parts of choosing your hairstyle. Your brush will totally affect the finish and the look of your style. The paddle brush is a great tool to use when you want to smooth down your hair or straighten it. The bristles on the paddle brush are very important. Paddle brushes have boar bristles or boar bristles with nylon bristles. The boar bristles should be used for smoothing out and getting rid of any flyaways. The nylon bristles should be used when straightening your hair. When choosing your round brush there are generally about three types to choose from: the wood, the vent, or the metal core. The teasing brush is used to tease hair. Its bristles allow you to tightly pack in the tease at the scalp and then brush over it to smooth it. The tail of your rat tail comb is made so you can create a clean, precise part and its bristles are there to brush away any flyaways. If you have breakage and frizz, you need a wide tooth comb. Be sure to never brush your hair when your hair is damp or in the shower since this will cause about 90% of your breakage. Use a wide tooth comb instead. It is always a good idea to use a detangling product like Split Remedy Leave-In Conditioning Spray.

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