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Hot air brushes

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trudijoy
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Talk to me about hot air brushes, BR. 

im increasingly intrigued by the concept and my hair dries pretty fast so wondering if one would  be a great addition to my 'on the road a lot (when it's not COVID) supplies.
Lisa-Lou
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Never used one! Off to google so I know what you are talking about:-)
Lisa-Lou
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Ohhhhh my mop would wrap itself around that many many times! Looks great for short hair
MareeB
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I hadn't heard of them either, so I had a look. I wonder if they're quite drying to hair? I'd love to hear some opinions too.
Susilia
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Hello, I've got a silver bullet one, it's a bigger sized round brush, 32mm, at first it was tricky to use and still is sometimes, but I can have a blowdry like I just came out of a salon. I always struggled holding a round brush in one hand and hairdryer in the other hand, hence why I got it. Usually with hair straighteners my hair is nice and straight but there's no body at the roots, but the hot air brush gives a lot of volume which I like, however hair doesn't stay straight as long as with hair straighteners. I never use it on wet hair, I always either wait until my hair dries a bit or I use my normal blowdryer first, it's really no good on very wet hair as it gets stuck and also literally no point to go in there with it when your hair is dripping wet, it's for the end stages of drying to get volume and shape.
I hope it helps you decide, but sorry if it was too long and bore you! :D
MrsO
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Hi, my Son bought me a Philip's Stylecare Auto-rotating Airstyler for Christmas. Just reading off the box, it has ions for extra shine, keratin coating and three attachments. It is barrel shaped, has a revolving brush attachment, an air curling attachment and one for just drying your hair. I find it super easy to use the drying and rotating brush bits, haven't tried the curling part yet, looks easy, press button, sucks hair in and curls it, press again to release.
trudijoy
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Thanks guys. Ideally I want an all in one situation I can use when I'm away easily that dried and smooths and adds a bit of volume. Was wondering about the ghd rise but looks like loads of things to look into! 


probs need a haircut first anyway tbh lol
trudijoy
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I caved and used an influencer discount to buy one. I got this 
MareeB
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I'll be keen to hear how you go with it Trudi.
trudijoy
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Will let you know, maree! I have fine, lightweight, fast drying hair so am hoping this is a quick 'dry and tidy with volume and shine' option 
Lisa-Lou
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That sounds good Trudi.....I'm interested to see how it goes too.
tabucutie
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Never heard of that brand but look forward to hearing what you have to say about it.
trudijoy
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Still getting my head around best usage but I love the results. Seems to work better when hair is half dry to start with but have used it to finish hair off after half drying it with the hairdryer and I can def get a salon looking blow wave with some extra volume and swish pretty easily. It CAN 100% dry my hair but it takes aaaaages to do that so much better to chuck 5 mins of normal drying at it first. Glad I got it :) 

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