Q: How hot of a temperature does Boost get?
A: Boost has two temperature settings, the first stays between 320 F- 325 F and the second between 350 F - 375 F
Q: Does Boost work for my hair type?
A: Boost works most effectively on thin, short hair. If you have thick, long, or curly hair, it may not do much for your locks as the weight of your hair will pull down volume and the low temps though safe, are not as effective.
Q: Does Boost straighten or curl my hair?
A: Boost has a few functions. It can be used to curl, leaving a more natural curl style, or it can be used to straighten like with a round brush. It can also be used to tease your hair.
Q: Can I use my volumizing brush on wet hair?
A: It is not recommended to use Boost on wet hair.
Q: Can I use my volumizing brush on synthetic hair?
A: Yes, Boost can be used on synthetic hair if it is heat resistant. We recommend that you keep the temperature on the low setting to keep from damaging the synthetic hair.
Q: How long does it take for my Boost to heat up?
A: Boost may take 7-10 minutes to fully heat up to the highest setting.
Q: Can I use Boost on coarse hair?
A: Boost is designed for thin, flat hair types. You can use it on coarse hair if completely brushed out, but the effects will not be as noticeable as on someone with thin hair.
Q: How hard are the bristles on Boost?
A: The bristles on Boost are firm plastic, but they are mildly flexible, not stiff straight. We recommend brushing thoroughly through your hair before use, as knotted, curly hair can be tangled in the bristles.
Q: Can I burn myself using my boost?
A: Most points on the boost are protected from plate exposure, but there are a few points near the top and bottom of the bristles where the barrel is exposed. Be careful and do not hold your hand down for too long on the top portion of your Boost.