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 Post subject: Hot air brush used as tiny blow dryer
PostPosted: 18:05 on Sunday June 18th 2017 
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I have settled on using a hot air brush, with the brush part removed, as a tiny mustache curler.

These devices are designed to curl a lady's long hair. But, I found one at a thrift store and cut off the brush part. This turned it into a tiny hair dryer. Later I saw one that has a removable brush, which would be even easier to convert. Her is a link to one, https://www.conair.com/c/1g11/2in1-hot- ... -brush/314

The way I use it, is to first grab the part that needs curled, and form the base of it over my thumb so that part gets curled first. Then, I use my fingers to form the rest of the hair into a curl. Sort of like a lady's tight pin-curl. Of course, your fingers block some of the air. But I found, that by simply holding it in place a few seconds, it had sufficient heat from the blower to do its job. I think this technique is especially useful on shorter hair.

I tried an actual hair pin once to hold the curl in place while it dried. But that was not necessary, and was more a hassle than an help.

-Joe


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 Post subject: Re: Hot air brush used as tiny blow dryer
PostPosted: 4:30 on Monday June 19th 2017 
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hmmm, and interesting option.


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