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HairArt H3000 Hot Air Styler

HairArt H3000 Hot Air Styler is a ceramic tourmaline hot air brush with retracting boar and nylon bristles in two different sized brush heads.
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  • Pat
    Replacement Parts
    I love the H3000 hair styler and I use it almost everyday. My brushes are wearing down and was wondering if you could get new brushes. If anyone knows where I can get them please let me know. Thank you.
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    May 7, 2014
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  • Matilda D.
    Albania
    The Functioning Of Hairart H3000 Hot Air Styler
    I would like to know whether this brush rotates and blows hot air simultaneously? For me is very important that the brush rotates itself.

    Can you pls give me an answer on this?
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    Feb 22, 2012
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    • Kady
      Misleading Product Ads
      I have just received my HairArt H3000 Hot Air Styler. There are no instructions included with the styler, just safety info. I have been trying my best to find out how to make it rotate. After reading additional reviews, I find that it doesn't. All of the ads I read state "Rotating barrel design helps prevent tangles". I bought it under the premise the barrel would rotate like the In-Styler. At the time I was shopping, they hadn't made smaller barrels and option yet. I should have done a little more review before I placed my order since this was the first item I chose to purchase. Also had to read reviews & to learn how to retract & expose the bristles. Currently very disappointed. I hope after a week of using the styler I will change my mind.

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      Jan 13, 2013
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    • Megan
      Not Rotating
      This item does not have a rotating head, it only blows out hot air and has the option to retract the bristles.

      If you are looking for a rotating head, try the Conair Infiniti Pro 2" Spin Hair Brush at this link: http://www.folica.com/tools/brush-hair-dryers/conair-infiniti-pro-2-spin-air-brush

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      May 30, 2012
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  • Brittny
    Question
    Hi , was wondering if it can be used if your hair is dried ?
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    Dec 22, 2011
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    • Megan
      Similar To A Hair Dryer
      This item is just like a hair dryer, so you can use it on dry or wet hair. It is great to use on dry hair if you are just trying to get some extra volume or oomph into your hair.

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      May 30, 2012
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