Style Guide & Hair Tutorials

Here you'll find our style guides and hair tutorials. If you're not sure how to use our products or aren't sure which brushes to choose from, our guides and tutorials will help you make the right choice. Our brushes come in small, medium and large sizes, perfect for all hair types.

Follow our simple six steps to that salon worthy hair you've been waiting for!

How to Blo Pro: Classic Blow Dry Step-By-Step
Step 1: After washing prepare the hair using PrepME root to tip. Comb through to detangle, protect against heat and add major shine. Roughly dry to around 60-80%
Step 2: Part the hair into small sections of the same number of barrels you will be using e.g. 6. Ensure the sections do not exceed 3 inches in width. Spritz a little BoostME to damp roots of each section for extra volume and hold and a longer lasting blo dry.
Step 3: Starting from the bottom of the hair, attach the handle to the barrel size of choice (see our brush guide for sizes and styles). Place the brush underneath the hair section close to the roots, wrap the hair around the brush once and pull through the section with your hair dryer nozzle, right towards the ends. As you reach the end of the section begin to roll the brush up. Apply gentle moving heat and unroll. Repeat until section is 100% dry, smooth and starting to create the desired shape.
Step 4: Once satisfied with the dryness and shape, pull the brush to the ends of the hair removing any tangles and begin to roll up. It is important to note that the only section of hair to be tucked into the bristles is the tips. The midshaft of the hair will sit on top of the barrel. You should not be able to see bristles poking through the hair, if you can the hair is wrapped too tightly. Once rolled up, secure with a clip and remove the handle.
Step 5: Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all hair is rolled up. For added root lift, hold the brush in place at the root and move your hairdryer in a C shape around the barrel.
Step 6: Leave barrels to cool for best results wait around 15-20 minutes. When removing the barrels, start from the bottom. Unclip the barrel and hold the ends of the barrel, slowly lift up and away from the head and the barrel will unwind. If you find your hair tangles, do not pull the barrel. Pull loose hairs from the underside of the brush to release hair. Style using VolumizeME to add extra volume at the root. Finally, work 1-3 drops of SmoothME through your hair to tame any frizz and set your style.


1.Rough dry your hair to 80 before Pro Blo’ing. You want your hair to feel damp not wet.


2.Always prep your hair with a spray containing heat protection. This will help prevent damage but also make your blo dry last longer. We recommend our PrepME. Spritz onto damp hair and comb through. PrepME is a protection and prep product so includes heat and UV protection plus detangles, smoothes, de-frizz, conditions and enhances your blo.

3.Sectioning is so important, if you don’t start with sectioning you are most likely to end in a mess! Work in neat, managable sections and ensure the section is no wider than the width of your CurlME barrel. You can section using our VolumizeME comb or just use your finger. Sectioning allows you to work around your hair in order, ensure there is no hair left damp as this will prevent any barrels being tangled when removing


4.If your hair is thin or flat spray BoostME onto your roots before Pro Blo’ing.this will give you extra height. Spray from underneath the root not on top, this will keep the top looking soft.


5.If you have a nozzle on your hiardryer, use it! Always keep the nozel pointing downwards, this will stop those flyaways.


6.Always keep your hair dryer moving, nobody wants to apply direct heat touching the hair, remember the key is healthy hair so keep the hairdryer moving and hold it no closer than 2 inches to your hair


7.Make sure your hair is 100% dry before rolling up the CurlME barrel, particualry the root. If the root has any damp or moisture your blowdry will fall flat.


8.When Pro Blo’ing the root pull hair upwards to dry, this will just add to the volume.


9.Before rolling up your CurlME barrel brush through on final time from root to tip, this will ensure the hair is smooth and tangle free when being rolled up, this also allows you to pick up any fly aways or baby hairs.


10.Don’t over roll your CurlME barrel, it needs to be rolled up but not to tight, if the bristles are poking through your hair then you have rolled to tight, don’t panic, just unroll and go again.


11.To avoid kinks from the clip your root must be 100% dry and always apply the clip from underneath.

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