At least 3 to 4 times a week I find myself sitting on the floor of my office literally willing my hair to dry faster. The thing about chemically treated hair, especially hair that’s been bleached, is that it can sometimes take forever to dry. One of the things I try to do less of is blow drying it because the heat will only damage it more but sometimes I need to get up and get ready and I don’t have time to wait for it just to air dry on it’s own. Enter the Ultimate Air Dryer from Eco Tools.
The Ultimate Air Dryer is a very unique brush, it’s specifically designed to dry hair 40% faster* for less heat damage and quicker prep time. This is something that I have been looking for in a brush for as long as I can remember. It’s easier for me to go ahead and get ready with the quickness and dry my hair fast with this brush.
The Ultimate Air Dryer is also great for detangling right out of the shower with anti-tangle bristles that surpremely nurture your hair and scalp while brushing and styling for a smooth, shiny blowout.
The unique, patent pending, shape allows the Ultimate Air Dryer to work as a diffuser. Air travels through the brush to create gorgeous, natural-looking waves and curls. It dries your hair so quickly that it’s super easy for an everyday straight style as well.
What does quicker dry time mean for us? Less heat damage, an earth-conscious morning routine and the ability to get out the door quicker.
This brush is great for prep as well if you’re going to go ahead and do some other styles. You can use this brush for wet or dry hair, for dry hair you’re able to refresh your luscious locks and smooth out the cuticle. You can also use it for volume by creating a small backcomb at the crown of your head. You can also do a messy ponytail. My hair is super short so messy ponytails are an illusion but I still wanted to show y’all how to get it down. This is a simple style to make you’re morning routine even quicker and easier. EcoTools Beauty Team experts Teni Panosian andChristine Symonds have the perfect, quick looks to help you do just that.
Head over to the Looks You Love: Back To Routine post on the Eco Tools site to get the instructions for this tutorial!
*Tested versus a leading brush.