The Wet Brush is so much more than just a pretty brush!
There is literally a Wet Brush for everyone, and we must admit, these Christmas styles might just be some of our favorite yet! But the Wet Brush is so much more than just a brush… Read on to find out why we love it so much!
The Wet Brush revolutionized the way we brush our hair with its unique technology.
Hair is weakest when it’s wet and pulling at it can snap it like a rubber band. This is why you should brush with a tool that gently loosens knots without pulling or breaking hair. The magic of the Wet Brush is in the specially formulated IntelliFlex bristles with SofTips. IntelliFlex bristles are thin, strong and very flexible. The adaptive flexibility of IntelliFlex bristles combined with the gentle SofTips eliminates all tugging, tearing, pulling and ripping, gently separating the hair. SofTips are The Wet Brush exclusive poly tips that are “twice-dipped”, ultra-soft and guaranteed to remain soft, full and intact. The poly tips are extremely gentle and aide in the prevention of hair loss and are ideal for people with sensitive scalps! As a result, no split ends, no hair loss, no mess, no fuss, above all, creating the perfect transition from wash to style.
The Wet Brush makes the perfect brush for men, women, kids, travel. It can even be used on wet or dry hair! They’ve even designed a new Flex Dry brush allowing for increased air flow and flexibility, greatly cutting down drying time! They are safe to use on wigs or extensions and come in multiple sizes and styles. Stop in one of our salons to see what our collection of Wet Brushes looks like right now – it’s always changing! Find out which style is best for you!
The Wet Brush:
54% Less Breakage
56% Less Effort
100% Happier, Healthier Hair!
Hairstyle Inn Salons is a family run Saskatoon hairdressing and salon business with 3 generations of artistic hair design. The design team members have trained thousands of stylists and they are regularly used by major manufacturers to showcase their color, cut and texture design techniques.
Need a new hairstylist?
Looking for a new hairstylist can be a daunting task. Word of mouth is one of the best ways to get recommendations. Ask your friends, family and coworkers who does their hair. Even if you see a hairstyle you like on a stranger, ask them who their stylist is! Check out reviews online of salons and stylists to help narrow down your options. Make sure the salon is somewhere you can see yourself going. Research potential hairstylists on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram to have a look at their portfolio and check out their style of work.
Once you have narrowed it down to a particular stylist, you can either have a consultation or make an appointment and go for it! Open up and let the stylist know what your looking for. Be realistic, know your own hair type and how much time you are going to spend styling everyday. Bring pictures along of hairstyles you like and discuss them with the stylist. He or she should be able to suggest what will look best and offer more alternatives if needed. It takes time for your hairstylist to get to know you so it’s best to keep up the relationship for at least a couple appointments to see how it works out. The better you get to know your stylist, the better they get to know you and what works for your personality and lifestyle!