Cricket Technique Barrel Brush Medium

Cricket Technique Barrel Brush Medium
I have collarbone-length straight hair – there is a lot of it but the individual strands are fairly fine. If I air-dry it, it’s a little wavy and frizzy. So, every workday, it’s a long session with a warm blow-dryer and up until a few years ago, a plastic vent brush. Every brush i’d ever tried that looked anything like this (with the profusion of porcupine-like little bristles) has been a nightmare; tangling and snarling (and painful, time-consuming un-snarling of my hair from the brush) and at the end, a headful of frizz for all my trouble.But then a couple years ago I switched salons and the stylist used this brush when blowing out. I gave the brush such a look when she brought it out that she laughed and said, “I’ll bet you’re worried this will tangle, aren’t you?”I loved the smooth, sleek final result (and the fact it never caught in my hair) so much that I plunked down $22 for this brush that very day – the salon price.Been using it nearly every single day for 2 years and still LOVE it. It gives a nice frizz-free finish, allows me to put curl on my ends without the dreaded, hair-killing, curling iron, and never EVER gets tangled in my hair. It’s been dropped, chucked in suitcases, and suffered every sort of abuse and is still in pretty good shape, although sometimes the handle starts to work loose and I just have to push it back together. It’s very easy to clean, too – the hair pulls out easily from the “tines”, and any remaining stray strands are easily removed using the “pick” that’s stowed in the handle.I’m back online today to add the “330″ model to my shopping bag. LOVE THIS BRUSH.

Cricket Technique Barrel Brush Medium

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