Your Hair Struggles Are Over Thanks To This Magical Hot Air Brush
Whether you're a blowout expert or lit'rally have no idea what to do with your hair, the John Frieda Hot Air Brush is here for you!
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If you a) don't know how to do your hair, b) hate your flat iron, or c) have a hard time juggling a round brush and a blowdryer, BOY DO I HAVE THE TOOL FOR YOU!!!!
Let's break down how it works: It combines the smoothing effect of a round brush (peep those soft bristles) with the drying and sleekifying power of a traditional blowdryer.
It has TWO heat settings (plus a cool setting to set your style) AND ***ionic power*** to reduce frizz and add massive shine. And it has ceramic coating to reduce heat damage to your hair. AMAZING!
And I know, because I FRIGGIN' LOVE THIS BRUSH MYSELF!!!
Here's a good example of what my hair usually looks like — curly-frizzy-coarse-thick-doing-what-ever-it-wants.
And here's my hair after a quick blow-out using the brush.
All you need to do is section your hair out, depending on how thick it is, and roll it under your hair just like you would a regular round brush — but because it releases hot air, there's NO NEED FOR A HAIR DRYER!
Pro tip: let your hair air dry 80% of the way to make things quicker and easier on yourself. That way you don't need to pass over your hair a bunch of times — you can do it once or twice for gorgeous sleekness.
I'm a night hair washer, so after washing (if I straighten my hair I use this ahh-mazing Coco & Eve mask for nourishment and shine), I let my hair dry for about an hour and a half to two hours first because my hair is so thick. If you have thinner or finer hair, don't wait as long!