A well-made brush that's ideal for long, thick hair thanks to its 2" barrel. The nano thermal ceramic barrel combined with natural boar bristles do a great job eliminating frizz and smoothing hair.
Though it may be too thick in circumference for short hair and the occasional bristle my fall out, it has earned many happy customers.
Earns praise for delivering the similar results as larger nano thermal round brushes, but at 1.3" in circumference, it's a great choice for shorter lengths. Has natural boar bristles and a slim handle that is easy to grip.
If you have thin or long, coarse hair, you may have a difficult time getting all of your hair unwound from the barrel. Some complaints of the barrel breaking off the handle.
Affordable mid-sized brush by a reputable company in hair care. Sports ball-tipped bristles, heat-retaining metal barrel, and easy-to-grip soft ridged handle – nice features for the price that delivers nice results on curly, thick, or coarse hair.
Not as effective on thin, straight, or very short hair. The short bristles may cause it to get stuck in hair if not used properly. They are also on the stiff side.
A large but easy-to-use nano thermal ceramic brush with 2.1" barrel that does a good job styling hair that's long and thick. Has boar bristles and a soft handle that is easy to grip.
It's large – possibly too large for some shorter hair lengths.
With its 1" barrel and slim design, it's a nice round brush for styling very short hair and a good pick for men's styles. The size and ball-tipped bristles are ideal for adding body and lift.
Gets tangled very easily in longer hair. A bit stiff, and bristles can fall out over time.
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