There’s more to backcombing than Snooki’s infamous pouf—trust us. Stylists rely on the technique to create volume for those with even the finest of hair, and they’ve been turning to Spornette to get the job done since the ’50s. This genius brush parts, teases, and styles like none other, whether you’re going for tousled waves or a glam look that screams red carpet cameo (just so long as it’s not reminiscent of a certain former show set on an East Coast shoreline).
How it Works
Boar-nylon bristles penetrate hair without snagging to create fullness and volume. The pointed handle parts hair and picks up sections with ease. Big Wonder is ideal for longer hair.
How to Use
Use the tapered handle to separate dry hair near your crown into smaller sections. Brush towards the root in quick, sharp motions, ruffling the cuticle to achieve shape and volume. Gently smooth over your teased hair with the brush or your fingers, and then style into a ponytail or bun. Add a spritz of hairspray to keep your ’do in place from morning ’til night.