Hot Air Brush

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  1. luvmesumhair

    luvmesumhair Well-Known Member

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    Has/does anyone here use this brush? It is used to blow dry. Somewhat like a dominican blowout (roots only). I think this would be good to use after you rollerset and want to straighten out your roots.

    What do you think?

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  2. PinkAngel

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    :yep::yep:Yeap I do. I have a revlon one and I use it after rollersets when I want my roots straight.
     
  3. luvmesumhair

    luvmesumhair Well-Known Member

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    How is it. do you recommend it for people (like myself) that don't see me having a dryer in one hand and a brush in another trying to blow out my roots! :nono:
     
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    :lachen:I think you'd like it. It's much easier to use than the round brush + the blowdryer. This is the one I have except it's pink.


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  5. luvmesumhair

    luvmesumhair Well-Known Member

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    OK. Cool. Thanks.
     
  6. luvmesumhair

    luvmesumhair Well-Known Member

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    One more thing Misshic...Did you order yours online or brought it from a BSS? Thanks.
     
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    PinkAngel New Member

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    I think I got it from Wal-mart or was it Target? No, I think it was Wal-mart. Sorry, i can't exactly remember:ohwell:...but you get the idea:spinning:
     
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    Thanks OP for posting this thread!! I had meant to inquire about this over the holidays when I saw one of these in Ulta.

    misshic---what brand is the one in the pic you have posted here?

    Also:
    -Does it have a temp setting?
    -Does it actually BLOW air out (like a blowdryer does), or does the metal-looking part of the brush just heat up?
    -How straight does it get your roots (is this all you have to use after rollersetting to get your roots straight)?
    -How much did you pay for this one?

    Sorry for all the questions, but it looks like a tool I could really use! :drunk:
     
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    It's a Revlon. Mine is a Revlon 1200 ION Select Ceramic. The temps are High, Low & Cool + an ION select Dial. It does blow air out like a blowdryer. It straightens my hair just as a roundbrush would after blowdrying and yeap it's the only tool I use besides water. If I remember correctly it was $20-$30. Sorry, I don't remember the exact amount I've had it for awhile now.
     
  10. luvmesumhair

    luvmesumhair Well-Known Member

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    This is so cool!!!:grin::grin::grin:

    I will be using this especially after I get my PIBBS and start rollersetting. I would like to blow out my roots like Marcharie (sp) Yep!:yep:
     
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    im scurred of that thing.
     
  12. luvmesumhair

    luvmesumhair Well-Known Member

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    Why sweetie???!!!
     
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    lol it looks like it will pull my hair out. I have never used one before tho.
     
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    Ok i saw the video. Not bad:grin:. And it was boar bristle!
     
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    ME TOO!!!! :grin:
     
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    I have one too! This is the link to mine:
    http://www.sallybeauty.com/Blue+Lightening+Hot+Air+Brush/SBS-345167,default,pd.html

    It's a Jlbere Blue Lightening Tourmaline Hot Air Brush. It's great for blowing out the roots, I only use it on the cool setting and it work's beautifully. I bought it because I couldn't do the whole brush and dryer thing, it cost me between $30 and $40, but I got the Sally's warranty when I bought it.
     
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    Crackers Phinn Either A Blessing Or A Lesson.

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    ME THREE!!!!
    :lachen::lachen:
     
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    I have the Revlon one in pink and got it with a coupon from Ulta for $18.99. I love it and here is a pic of how it looked right after I used it when I was finished with my rollerset. I didn't get the greatest shot though:

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    ETA: When I do my hair again this weekend, I'm going to take better pics so you can see it clearer.
     
  22. luvmesumhair

    luvmesumhair Well-Known Member

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    I just got mines tonight from my local BSS store! I paid $23.99. It is the revlon! I am so excited!

    This is it:[​IMG]The pink one. 1200 Watt Hot AirKit.
     
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    luvmesumhair Well-Known Member

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    For the ladies who have the Revlon brand, have you experience it pulling any of your hair out when you blow your roots?

    Now I am wondering if I should have gotten the Babybliss one with the boar bristles? Or would I be ok being that I am only doing my roots?
     
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    I have this one - it's the Babyliss Pro Tourmaline one. It is basically a boar bristle brush and hot air dryer in one - this is perfect for blowouts. That other contraption looks like it would rip your hair out :perplexed

    I have seen the set (hot air brush and flat iron) turn up frequently in Marshalls and TJ Maxx for $39.99.

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  26. luvmesumhair

    luvmesumhair Well-Known Member

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    Ladies who have a Hot Air Brush but without the boar bristles, how is it doing to your hair?

    Thanks
     
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    Anyone use this on natural hair? Results?

     
  28. lana

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    Guys I think this would rip my hair out from the roots and I'd see breakage everywhere and I'm texlaxed. I think this is for people with a way less kinky hair pattern than my 4a/b roots and hair. :blush:

    But, I wish it were for me, cause it looks fun. :yep:
     
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    OK ladies. I am hoping someone would chime in on my question.

    Please? Pretty please?:look:
     
  30. DDTexlaxed

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    I have a plastic one. It doesn't rip my hair out. When I was natural, my hair laughed at it. It does OK for my relaxed hair. I will get the Babyliss one in the future.
     

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