Summer is the season for touchable texture, so we spoke to two pros, Andrea Sampson, national director of education and shows at Dannyco Professional, and Joseph Gossen, Kevin.Murphy Style.Master, on how to use the new BaByliss Pro Wood Blow-Dry Brushes and Kevin.Murphy range of bamboo brushes to give your clients that summer vibe.
Pro Tip #1:
“The best way to start would be to rough-dry the hair before using the brushes,” – Andrea Sampson, national director of education and trade shows at Dannyco Professional
Pro Tip #2:
“When the hair is about 75 to 85 per cent dry, beginning at the crown of the head, do a roller set with the BaByliss Pro Wood Blow-Dry Brushes (using the smaller one for shorter hair and the bigger one for longer hair) and just let the hair set.” – A.S.
Pro Tip #3:
“I find the Kevin.Murphy Small.Roll.Brush versatile for many clients. Split the hair into four sections and roll the hair onto the smaller brush on a vertical angle.” – Joseph Gossen, Kevin.Murphy Style.Master
Pro Tip #4:
“When you pull the brush out of the hair, do it in a spinning motion, so it keeps the curl in. By rolling it vertically, you get a much more natural modern-beachy look.” – J.G.