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Quick Dry Brush is a brush designed with water absorbing microfiber encompassing each bristle. The fibers in question help to absorb water from the hair as you are brushing. Run the brush through your hair the same way you would normally brush and watch as the water content diminishes, especially after a shower. You will need to brush through your hair multiple times before you get the desired dryness but it will remove about half of the water in your hair.
The cost of Quick Dry Brush is $10.00 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Quick Dry Brush by paying an extra fee of $6.99 for a total price of $23.98.
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It cuts down the amount of “blow out” time in half. This likely refers to the amount of time it takes to blow dry your hair.
It does work well in removing some of the water from your hair, if you continually brush through your hair.
This hair brush uses a special designed padding, microfiber to be exact, which is built around the bristles. Such a design is meant to absorb water as you use it. So theoretically, as you are brushing your hair out, the water trapped in your hair is transferred to the water absorbing microfiber in the brush. Materials like these are fairly common among dish rags and towels, particularly in hotter places. Behind these brushes is not the ability to remove all water, but rather, to remove about half of the water so that the remainder of your styling time is cut down.
It does work, but not to the degree you might be thinking. Behind the design, you need to give the microfiber a chance to absorb the water. If you have particularly thick hair, with more water than most, the fibers could swell to so big a size that they meet with the tips of the bristles. In such a case, you are not really brushing your hair anymore. Additionally, you cannot just brush through a strand once and have it be completely dry. Instead you will be brushing through a few times before the water is absorbed.
The blow out time in question does not take into account fully drying your hair. Realistically it refers more to getting most of the water out of your hair. Bangs, shorter hair, and top layers are the first to get dry, but longer hair will still take a long time.
The ability to remove water is not necessarily the only reason people use a hair dryer or other styling tool. This brush is a nice way to remove the majority of water out of the hair.
However, it will not style the hair. In fact, using a blow dryer is often done because of the lift it offers. Without the lift, you still need to add lift through some other styling tool. As such, the use of this brush might cut down the time it takes to dry your hair. Note that said time is made right back up when you have to style it or add lift yourself.
There are many brushes out there which have the exact same science behind them, and appeal. In fact, all of them have the precise same benefits, uses, and details. While marketed presumably by different companies, they all share the design and structure of this brush.
These use microfiber bristles too in order to remove about forty percent of water. They massage the scalp while working. If you so choose, you can alleviate most or all of your hair drying by just settling for forty percent of water removal. With an antimicrobial microfiber built into the product you can rest assured that it is clean. Side vents on the brush give air flow to help reduce hand fatigue as you are drying your hair.
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