Access the styling advantage of straightening and grooming your hair with this all-in-one Digital Straightener Brush. The revolutionary technology brings the straightening effect of an iron into the moveable ease of a brush. The digital heat controls adjust for individual hair types, ensuring the right amount of heat for your hair’s texture. The ceramic bristles act like a smoothing and shining agent for fuss-free, stay-in-place style. Terrific for curly, wavy or frizzy hair, throw it in the bag to refresh and touch up anywhere, anytime.
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Reduces straightening time by up to half from a traditional flat iron.
Digital heat control ensures you use the precise heat setting for your individual hair type.
Anti-static ceramic bristles add luxurious shine while greatly reducing frizz and fly-aways.
Lightweight design and soft touch finish for an effortless and elegant styling experience.
Heats from 80°C / 176°F to 232°C / 450°F
Dual voltage 110V/240V
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Digital Straightening Brush
On dry hair, take a section and run straightening brush from roots to ends with a slow downward motion. Make sure that the section of hair penetrates deep in to the bristles of the brush. Brushing at a slow pace will ensure the correct amount of heat is absorbed throughout the section, making it easier to straighten.
Take sections that feel comfortable to manage, do not take sections that are too large, as the heat won't be able to penetrate deeply and evenly. We recommend paying attention to the following areas of the strand of hair.
Roots: This is where volume is added or reduced depending on hair type. To add volume to the roots, place straighening brush at a 90-degree angle from the roots and brush up and away from scalp. To decrease volume, brush hair down and close to the scalp.
Mid-Strand: This is where hair texture is the most resistant, especially on course, curly hair. If too much resistant texture is encountered, we recommend multiple passes only to that area of the hair, or setting the temperature slightly higher.