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Hair straightener brush review
Hair straightener brush review

Hair straightener brush review: One of the most recent hairbrush heating tools to hit the market, the Simply Straight Ceramic Hairbrush is far from the first. Heated hairbows have been on the market for some years and every new generation offers a better, more modern hair tool with additional advantages and better results. You can purchase the Simply Straight Brush for a reasonable price. You get a new generation straightening tool at that price basically. It feels like a large hairbrush with a ceramic covering. The braids are also ceramic and the bag is covered with plastic. The handle is attached to the cord connected to the nearby outlet.

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Hair straightener brush review
Hair straightener brush review

The brush claims to straighten hair while eliminating the risk of heat damage. Straightening brushes are safer to use on hair than traditional straighteners with plates, but as with any other hair tool, you should use a good quality hair protection spray or something similar before styling.

What’s great about these straightening brushes is that they don’t press your hair together; instead, they glide over hair, smoothing and straightening it with heated bristles and body. Because it reaches a high temperature, this brush is also suitable for thick, long hair (including Afro hair types) (up to 185 degrees Celsius).

Hair straightener brush review
Hair straightener brush review

It looks like a regular hairbrush, but it has a cable that you can plug into a source of electricity. The idea is to straighten hair as it pins. But so you can’t use it on wet hair, the first thing to do is to make hair dry. Wash, dry, and spray thermal protection, although the ceramic technology is always a prize for sleek hair without frisk.

The brush was easy to use, but I felt that heating was taking too long. It’s relatively thick, but my hair is very dry and I’m very carefully watching over it, tending sparingly to use warmed hair tools.