Hair Heating Brush Hacks Every Beginner Should Know

Hair Heating Brush Hacks Every Beginner Should Know

Quick Heat-Up Tricks

Hey there! If you’ve recently started using a hair heating brush, especially something as versatile as the B.R.U.S.H. 30/40, you’re in for a treat. Getting the hang of it can be quick and fun, especially when you know some handy tricks. Let’s dive into some quick heat-up tricks to help you get the most out of your styling tool.

Pre-Heat Like a Pro

A hairbrush with a heat limit feature, designed to prevent hair damage and breakage

First things first, always preheat your B.R.U.S.H. 30/40 before using it on your hair. This thermal brush heats up to 356°F (180°C), which is the perfect temperature for styling without causing damage. Turn it on and wait for a minute or two. You’ll know it’s ready when it feels warm to the touch.

Section Your Hair

B.R.U.S.H 30 for medium hair and B.R.U.S.H 40 is for long hair

While your brush is heating up, take a moment to section your hair. This will make the styling process more efficient and give you better results. For medium to long hair, use the B.R.U.S.H. 40, and for short to shoulder-length hair, go for the B.R.U.S.H. 30.

Quick Heat Boost

Here’s a little trick: if you’re in a rush and need your brush to heat up a bit quicker, wrap a towel around it while it’s heating up. The towel traps the heat, making the brush warm up faster. Just be sure to remove the towel before using it!

Keep It Clean

Make sure your B.R.U.S.H. 30/40 is clean. Residue from hair products can insulate the heating elements and make them less effective. A quick wipe-down with a damp cloth after each use can help maintain optimal performance.

Perfecting Your Curl Technique

Now that your B.R.U.S.H. 30/40 is ready to go, let’s talk about perfecting your curl technique. Whether you’re aiming for tight curls, loose waves, or something in between, this brush can help you achieve your desired look.

The Basics of Curling

Start by taking a small section of hair and placing the brush at the roots. Slowly glide the brush through your hair, rotating it as you go. For inward curls, twist the brush towards your face, and for outward curls, twist it away from your face.

Volume and Body

Hairbrush featuring MAK technology with an oil-infused barrel containing macadamia oil, argan oil, and keratin

For added volume, lift the hair at the roots as you curl. This technique is perfect for those days when you want to add a little extra bounce to your look. The B.R.U.S.H. 30/40, enriched with macadamia oil, argan oil and keratin ensures your curls are shiny and healthy-looking.

Consistent Twists

Consistency is key. Make sure you twist the brush evenly through each section of hair. This will give you uniform curls and a polished finish. If you want a more relaxed wave, loosen your grip and twist more gently.

Don’t Overdo It

One common mistake is over-curling. You don’t need to hold the brush in your hair for too long. A few seconds are enough to create beautiful curls without damaging your hair. The built-in ion technology of the B.R.U.S.H. 30/40 helps reduce frizz and static, leaving your hair smooth and manageable.

Avoiding Common Pitfalls

Even the best tools can’t guarantee perfect results if you’re making some common mistakes. Here are a few pitfalls to avoid when using your B.R.U.S.H. 30/40.

Skipping the Prep

Never skip the prep. Using your B.R.U.S.H. 30/40 on unwashed or damp hair can lead to uneven curls and potential heat damage. Always make sure your hair is clean and dry or towel-dry before you start.

Using the Wrong Brush Size

Choosing the wrong brush size can affect your results. The B.R.U.S.H. 30 is designed for short to shoulder-length hair, while the B.R.U.S.H. 40 is perfect for medium to long hair. Using the right size ensures you get the best curls with minimal effort.

Neglecting Heat Protection

Although the B.R.U.S.H. 30/40 is designed to be gentle on your hair, using a heat protection glove can save your fingers from accidental burns. This is especially important if you’re new to using thermal brushes.

Ignoring Maintenance

Regular maintenance of your B.R.U.S.H. 30/40 is crucial. Clean the brush after each use to remove hair and product buildup. This ensures the heating elements remain effective and your brush lasts longer.


Avoid over-styling your hair. Using your B.R.U.S.H. 30/40 too frequently can lead to heat damage, even with its protective features. Give your hair a break between styling sessions to keep it healthy and vibrant.

Final Thoughts

All-in-one hair tool suitable for every hair type

Using the B.R.U.S.H. 30/40 can revolutionize your hair styling routine. With its unique combination of macadamia oil, argan oil and keratin it not only styles your hair but also nourishes it, leaving it shiny and healthy. Remember these tips and tricks to get the most out of your B.R.U.S.H. 30/40 and enjoy salon-quality hair every day.

Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, mastering the use of your B.R.U.S.H. 30/40 is all about practice and patience. Follow these hacks, avoid common pitfalls, and soon you’ll be styling like a professional right in the comfort of your own home. Happy styling!