Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer & Volumizer Brush: Coarse, Curly Hair Review

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Aquí les dejo este pequeño video de mi primera vez probando el cepillo de @revlonhairtools One-Step Dryer. Lo cierto es que no sabía que esperar ya que sólo veía chicas con el cabello fino usarlo y no creia que iba hacer mucho por un cabello grueso rizado. Hace un buen trabajo en dar cuerpo y volumen al cabello pero recomiendo ir en pequeñas cantidades ya que así podrás suavizar la raíz del cabello mejor. Creo que esa fue la parte más difícil para mí porque ahora mismo no llevo ningún químico y hay bastante humedad últimamente pero si tu cabello no es tan rebelde el resultado será incluso más positivo. Si quieres que tu cabello quede con volumen, este cepillo es para ti. Si te gusta tu cabello súper sleek y tu cabello es como el mío vas a tener que retocar un poco con la plancha después de acabar. Lo más importante a recordar es usarlo en cabello húmedo no mojado. Mi cabello estaba 50-60% seco y apliqué un protector termal. Usé un laciador de Keratina aunque la próxima me gustaría probarlo con una cera. ¡APROBADO! Ya no tienes excusa para andar desgreñada en la cuarentena. 🙋🏻‍♀️💗 #revlon #revlononestephairdryerandstyler
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Greeting from quarantine! Woah! I haven't updated this blog in quite sometime! One thing is for sure, 2020 has been a roller coaster ride for all of us with this Coronavirus pandemic. The world will certainly be different after this, but they say that intelligence is the ability to adapt to change. We just gotta make the best of it.

Today, for my comeback post, I wanted to review this Revlon One-Step Hair Dyer & Volumizer Brush that has been going viral and I wanted to put it to the test on my coarse, curly hair. I had only seen people with straight hair using this and very few with curly hair, I wasn't really convinced this did what it says it does.

I washed my hair and applied a keratin based heat protectant spray called Keratinex, and then proceeded to grab hair by sections to ensure the brush reached the root of the hair. I had some issues with this at the beginning but as I kept going it went a little smoother. One of the most important things about using this brush is to not use directly on wet hair. I recommend letting dry at least 50-60 percent and grab smaller sections.

It took me a little while to get through all my hair, I'm not going to lie I got a little exhausted because I have a crazy amount of hair. After finishing, my hair felt silky smooth and voluminous and quite straight which I was impressed by because I didn't expect it to be as good. I will probably go over with my flat iron on the roots in some areas that weren't smoothed out as I'd prefer but other than that the brush is solid.

I totally recommend it, specially now during lockdown since hair salons aren't operating. Once you get the hang of it you will love it just make sure to use heat protection and not over use it. I hope you guys enjoyed this little review. Stay safe everyone!

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