|Remmington Flocked Rollers, purchased at ULTA|
Let me wrap up this post by giving you a piece of unsolicited advice. Do NOT use a freaking brush on your hair. Unless absolutely necessary. And when I say necessary, I mean, you are finishing up blow drying your 60% dry hair with a round brush. I do not brush my hair. People visit our house and have forgotten theirs, and ask to borrow mine, but I have none. What I do have is a 'beach comb' (buy one here - not being paid for that) which I have had for just about ever (meaning, over 10 years). This helps eliminate stretching to the point of breaking hair off, you aren't roughing up the cuticle. You are keeping your hair pretty, shiny and over time will have less breakage in general.
Did you know I used to be platnium blonde? Well I was. Currently I am my natural hair color with a few highlights. But truth be told, even when I was a platnium blonde, I had minimal breakage. All breakage that happened was from the chemicals, and was kept to a minimum because my girl Sam knows what she is doing.
What happens when my hair is snarly? Well I take a shower, shampoo it up, condition it down, let it set while I tend to other things, and then comb it out, and rinse. When I dry my hair, I like the air to do it's work, if I don't have time for that, then I will use a little heat protectant, and blow dry it out to about 80%, comb it, and call it a day. I am fortunate to have hair that wants to be straight (most of the time). So I don't blow dry it 100% generally by the time I reach my destination, my hair is dry.