Which Hair Brush Should I Use for Styling?

April 24 2018


Every brush has its own benefits, you’ll want to choose the correct one for the style you're trying to create. Here’s a guide to brush types, which you can shop right from our website.

ExpressIon Round® Brush 
Paul Mitchell created the perfect round brush. It creates gorgeous curls when paired with your hair dryer. The barrel is aluminum and heats up to help create voluminous curls. It also speeds up dry time and helps prevent static, for smooth, silky hair. You can choose from 4 different sized brushes depending on the curl size you’d like to create. 

Sculpting Brush 
If you’re looking for a sleek updo or polished bob, this hairbrush is perfect for the job. It’s great to detangle hair when wet or dry and to be used when blow-drying hair to create the perfect hairstyle. 

Styling Brush 
If you’re looking to create beautiful wavy hair or dramatic hairstyles, Paul Mitchell’s Pro Tools 407 Styling Brush is perfect for the job. This rounded hairbrush has nylon bristles, which glides smoothly through hair without pulling. Your hair will look smooth and silky.

Detangler Comb 
This comb detangles your hair when it's wet or dry, with ease. You’ll prevent hair breakage and pulling due to the bristles that are spaced wide apart. It also keeps your hair and scalp clean due to its anti-bacterial protection. 

Paddle Brush 
The paddle dry is a lightweight brush that’s perfect for styling. You’ll be able to shorten drying time due to the wide paddle of the brush which grabs large sections of hair. It also helps to create volume and lift.

Teasing Brush 
Teasing is a breeze with Paul Mitchell’s Pro Tools Teasing Brush. The tip of the handle is pointed to easily section off hair, and the densely packed bristles add volume and lift.

Neuro® Round Brush 
Create the perfect blowout with the Neuro® Round Brush. When used with a blow-dryer, your hair will finish shiny and smooth. The bristles are heat resistant up to 500°F, and the brush is designed to retain heat and reduce drying time due to its vented barrel.

If you’re still not sure which brush to use for the hairstyle you’re trying to create, ask your stylist at Meraki Hair & Makeup Studio. They’ll enjoy showing you which brush is best and how to create the look. You can find us at 1281 Arthur Kill Road in Staten Island or call 718.966.6601. You can also download our app for free from iTunes or Google Play.