I tend to receive a lot of questions on my hair. So I’m partially answering by going over my absolute favorite hair tools. I use at least one of these tools every single day, and my hair would not be the same without them.
My hair is naturally thick and wavy, but I like to blow dry and style it a couple times a week. These tools keep my hair looking healthy and pretty.
First we’ll talk about brushes. I just got this $10 Number Four detangling bush and it really helps to minimize hair breakage when I brush out my wet hair. I use a large round boar bristle brush (sorry my exact one is sold out so I linked a similar one) when I blow dry it to smooth out the edges near my face. If I don’t use this brush then everything is a frizzy mess.
I always keep a ribbon hair tie around. They are soft and prevent your hair from snagging on rubber like the cheapo hair ties. My cats like them so they are always disappearing. A good old fashioned claw clip helps me section my hair when I’m curling it. And a typical handheld mirror (nothing fancy) allows me to check the back to make sure I didn’t miss any pieces.
I just bought this T3 Whirl Trio curling wand. I found it on eBay for $180, which is, believe it or not, a great discount. Here are some eBay options if you want to try that. Now, before you lament at the price, let me just say how life changing a curling iron ca be! It heats up in 5 seconds and I swear it makes my curls last so much longer. It also gives my hair a shine once the curls are done. My favorite is the 1 inch straight barrel.
I also really love my Hot Tools curling iron. This one has clamp, which gives me a different kind of look depending on what I am going for. Hot tools curling irons are amazing for the price – you really can’t go wrong. I bought mine at Ulta but sometimes they are lurking around TJMaxx or Marshalls.
My blow dryer is a cheap one I picked out at Target when my last one broke. The cord keeper is a really nice feature.
Finally, I know there are not exactly “tools” but I’ve recently been enjoying the Klorane dry shampoo and the Aveda Smooth Infusion cream. I use dry shampoo almost every day, and Klorane doesn’t dry out my scalp as much as others do. My stylist used the Aveda smoothing cream on me last time I saw him and I had to get it! It is a frizzy girl’s prince charming!
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Have a wonderful weekend!
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