The classic neon ball brush. Great for medium-long hair styles. With a Ball Brush, you can hold the brush in a position that feels comfortable for you while still reaching all of your hair. You can roll it, twirl it, flip it, feather it, lift it – whatever your heart desires!
What people think of The Twirler
Terrence Michael Renk - 2011 Emmy Winner (outstanding achievement in hairstyling for a drama series)
The twirler is a exciting unique brush that is quite versatile. I was surprised by the result. I can see how this brush would be useful for clients that have difficulty reaching the back of their heads and a simple solution to creating bounce and movement.
I’ve been using the same brush for years now because it worked well for me, and I didn’t see any reason to change. My friend actually convinced me to try the Ball Brush. It took some time to get out of the habit of holding my arm a certain way to brush my hair, but once I got used to it, the Ball Brush seemed a bit easier to use. I ended up ordering one of my own, and now I can’t imagine not having it.
At first, I was skeptical about investing so much in one brush. But I was intrigued by the shape of the brush head, so I thought it was worth a try. As it turns out, the Ball Brush really does make it easier to shape my hair the way I want. It’s a/so simpler to hold and position than my round brush. If I had just bought this brush previously instead of getting two different brushes to use every day, I would have saved money.
This brush works really well for my long curly hair. Instead of tight, crazy curls, I can finally have the soft curls I’ve always wanted! And it doesn’t get caught when my hair is wet, unlike other brushes. I just brush it wet and let the Ball Brush bring out the natural curls.