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Helen of Troy

Helen of Troy Professional Curling Brush

This quality brush iron has been designed and tested for performance, durability and handling ease.
$8.99 - $13.99
 

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  • Dolly
    Orleans,indiana
    The Tip Gets Too Hot
    does anyone have an idea as to what to do about my curling brush burning too hot to hold on to when i curl my hair?
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  • Linda
    What's Difference Between Curling Brush + Hot Air Brush?
    Can anyone tell me the difference in results are between using a hot air brush and a hot curling brush? I have curly/frizzy hair and have been trying the hot air brush...but I get a straighter but still frizzy look. Will this item help me?

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    • Kitten
      A hot air brush is essentially a ROUND BLOW DRYER WITH A BRUSH OR TEETH/TINES. A curling brush is essentially a CURLING IRON WITH TEETH/TINES.The former tends to get EXTREMELY, and I mean EXTREMELY hot while using and will tend toward more damage to your hair.The latter, a curling brush is used AFTER the hair is dry, just like a curling iron but it doesnt sit in the hair like a curling iron and fry it. It gives you MUCH more control than an iron and is far easier to use.Some models feature a "barrel unwind" button on the handle so that you just push it to unravel after you curl rather than do that "clink clink clink" thing that you do with a curling iron.Some models also feature steam (use distilled water or bottled or softened (but NEVER Reverse Osmosis)water.Minerals/iron from tap water will make your hair crunchy and bleached hair yellow AND shorten the life of your curling brush. Minerals are essentially pulverized rock and who wants to bake pulverized rocks into their hair???Reverse Osmosis water will get way too hot and you can get a very serious burn from it. Thats why you never ever should use R.O. water in a microwave. (I worked many years in the water treatment industry and have heard horror stories)Another nice feature that I have on mine is heated tines (not really teeth, theyre more like little triangle shaped metal "tines". Its super quick. I have bleached very curly hair about 3 inches past my shoulders and between my ceramic tourmaline wet~dry dryer~straightener and the curling brush Im good to go in about 10 minutes. And NO, Im not kidding. Been livin a LONG time with this hair and Ive got it down to a science and it wasnt easy!!! LOL!Hope this helps! No matter WHAT brand you choose when choosing a curling brush if you choose to do so, make SURE it has the quick release button on the handle to "free" your hair with each curl. Elsewise it is absolutely inevitable that one day you WILL get a snarl that you cant get the brush out fast enough to save your strand of hairs life!I have a hot air brush too. Rarely use it. Only very very very rarely on my bangs. It gets way too hot to do much else with.

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  • Muriel Ponder
    Micro-mini Curling Brush
    Why are manufacturers ignoring those of us who love our hair short? I cannot find a 3/8 inch curling BRUSH anywhere! After 10+ years, the brushes on my Windemere gave up the ghost and I cant find new ones even in a thrift store!
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    • Lynn Wallace
      I was just wondering if you had had any response. I am in the same boat you are-Im using an old Helen of Troy 1/2" one that just doesnt do the job. I have been online looking for another Windemere a couple of times with no luck. Ive gone the Goodwill store route, too.

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