How do you use a hair coiler?
Gently rub the sponge (without pressing) in a circular motion on an area of your hair. Each hole will “twist” your hair into a perfect coil. When using the sponge, you’ll want to use it on moisturized, detangled, slightly damp hair for easier motion.
Do sponge brushes damage hair?
DO CURLY HAIR SPONGES DAMAGE HAIR? Like all beauty tools, if you use the curl sponge incorrectly, damage can become a factor. The best way to prevent any damage to your strands is to follow the instructions. When using a curl sponge, it’s essential to rub the sponge on damp hair to prevent hair breakage and damage.
What does each side of a hair sponge do?
Actually, each side provides a slightly different style that gives your curls a different overall effect. Because the holes are the same size, the curls will be the same size, too, regardless of the side you use, but the flat one separates and defines the curls better.
Which curl sponge should I use?
Generally speaking, sponges that have small holes will work best on really short hair. These sponges produce uniform, tight, small coils and/or curls, depending on your individual natural hair texture. On longer hair, hair sponges that have larger holes will produce larger curls or coils.
Which sponge brush works the best?
Best Sponge Brushes At a Glance
- Our Top Pick – BEWAVE Big Holes Barber Hair Brush Sponge Dreads Locking Twist Afro Curl Coil Wave Hair Care Tool.
- Best Sponge Hairbrush With Hair Growth Technology – RioRand Magic Twist Hair Sponge.
- Best Sponge Brush For Long Hair – BIGEDDIE Sponge Hair Brush.