Monday, March 7, 2016

Brushing up on Hair Care with Goody Hairbrushes

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Last week I got my hair cut about two and a half inches. It doesn't sound like much, but it made a big difference to me to snip off all of my dead ends. I love taking care of my hair - whether it's getting my hair trimmed, using quality products, and using the right hairbrush. I recently picked up some Goody Hairbrushes at my local Walmart. Why more than one brush? Because there are so many different brushes that should be used for different hair processes and for different hair textures! 

Goody Brushes are a must-have so you can look and feel good about your hair without compromising style, quality, value, or comfort. Walmart is definitely a one-stop shop when it comes to anything I need for my hair.

Today I'm sharing my "weekend hair" routine using Goody Hairbrushes.
Since I have more time on the weekends, I usually curl my hair on Saturdays and Sundays :) After washing my hair and letting it air dry, I like to brush out my hair using the Goody® Clean Radiance™ Oval Cushion Brush to get ready for styling. This brush has copper bristles that massage the scalp and work through hair to reduce natural buildup that is produced over time. Its flexible cushion pad makes brushing comfortable! For best results, use on dry hair. Be sure not to use with a blower dryer, since the copper bristles may get hot. I love the combination of the white and copper... it's a pretty brush! ;) 

Although my hair is mostly dry, I like to finish off with a good blowout! After using some heat protectant in my hair, I clip off my hair in sections and blow dry using the Goody Amp It Up Medium Round Brush. This brush is beneficial when you want to straighten, smooth, or create volume in your hair.

Once my hair is nice and warm and has some volume created, I go ahead and curl my hair! Again, I use a clip to section off my hair to make it easier to curl. After my curling is done, I use the Goody Detangle It Vent Brush. Because of the vents in the brush, it allows for increased airflow. You can use this while using a blow dryer, but I like to use it to brush out the tight curls to make loosen up the curls. This works because it's a lighter brush and doesn't completely ruin the curls. This brush also helps to take out any little tangles that may be in my hair from all the twisting and curling I've done. If you have really tough tangles, choose a brush with short, stiff bristles and detangle it in sections working from the center of the tangle out.
Click here for more Goody Brush tutorials, and be sure to stop by your local Walmart to pick up brushes for your hair!
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