Monday, February 22, 2010

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Brush Lab Pure Ceramic Hair Brush : An Oddly Shapded Styling Tool

Some of you probably noticed that I don't talk much about hair products on my blog. Out of all the beauty products, hair tools are probably the least that I invest in for the fact that I am quite lazy when it comes to styling my hair. A while ago, I reviewed a few of the Brush Lab hair brushes, which really impressed me a lot. Recently, I am very lucky to be offered another opportunity to test out the new Brush Lab Pure Ceramic Hair Brush ($10.98), which is ideal for curling and styling with your blow dryer.

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I have had long hair almost my whole life, but this past summer, I decided that it was time for some changes. Currently, I am loving my shoulder length hair. I color treat my hair usually 2-3 times per year, which as a result, caused my hair to be a bit damaged, thin, and fragile. Due to the fact that my hair break easily, I often have to be extremely cautious on the type of hair tools I use. 

Made with ceramic-infused thermal barrel and heat resistant nylon bristles, this brush gives you great control with the pointy handle, which also comes in handy for hair styling. I love using this to curl my hair because it not only gets the work down fast and well, it also gives a lot of volume so it is perfect for someone like me who has thin hair. 

As much as I love using this to style my hair, I have to admit that improvement is definitely necessary. The ceramic-infused thermal barrel doesn't really affect or shorten my blow drying time , and the nylon bristles often scratch me when used too close to my face. Overall, I would say I do like the brush but definitely not blown away by it.

Pick It or Not ? 
  • Quality: 30 (out of 50)  
  • Packaging: 15 (out of 20)  
  • Price: 20 (out of 20)   
  • User Friendly: 4 (out of 5)   
  • Availability: 5 (out of 5)
Angela's Ultimate Pick: C
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