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    Default Hair straightener brush-worth it?

    Just wondering if anyone has a hair straightener brush and if so what's it like? I keep getting posts on fb about them and they look good but just wondered if they are for real. I've got naturally wavy hair and with 2 kids just don't have the time or energy to dry and straighten it so mostly wash it at night and go to bed with it wet. I then have to tie it up all the time as its so crazy. Would be nice to use something to tame it a bit with little extra effort!

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    I'd like to know too.

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    No help but subbing as if it works it could be life changing!

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    It will never be straight like using a flat iron. It should have a similar effect to using a brush and hair dryer - it will be straightish. Also I believe it is on dry hair too so I (personal preference) would just be using hair dryer and brush.

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    Default Hair straightener brush-worth it?

    I have one but much prefer using a GHD as it makes my hair smoother.

    Sorry ladies....

    The GHD is just as quick too.

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    Default Hair straightener brush-worth it?

    I've got the Dafni hair straightening brush , it's great for every other day or touch ups when you just need to get a few waves out of your hair but it does not straighten as well as my GHD and your hair needs to be dry, it's just quicker as it straightens as it brushes ( I can totally straighten my mid length hair with it in less than 2 mins and it's straight but not as ironed as my GHD which takes me about 5 mins)

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    I have one. Not entirely sure how I feel about it yet. The first time I used it, it worked great but mind you it wasn't in the "2 minutes" they advertised. I also put a little spritz of argan oil in it otherwise it was a bit of a puffy straight.
    I often use it when I'm in a rush for work and just brush my pony tail a bit. If I'm going out, I'll use the cloud nine.

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    I had one...it really didn't work well at all (but then again my hair practically untameable somedays). Gave up and bought a ghd instead.

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