Heated brush. - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit

Heated brush.

£0.00 @
I'm one of them People that puts others first and myself last but seriously this frizzy hair is getting e down especially with all the wet weather of late. I've never used straighteners etc before as … Read More
louisebarker Avatar
6m, 2d agoPosted 6 months, 2 days ago
I'm one of them People that puts others first and myself last but seriously this frizzy hair is getting e down especially with all the wet weather of late. I've never used straighteners etc before as I think heat will make it worse but a Friend was saying she uses a heated brush. Are they any good or will they destroy your hair more. Any of you frizzy hair People out there that have had the same problem please pass on your tips xx
louisebarker Avatar
6m, 2d agoPosted 6 months, 2 days ago
Options

All Responses

(3) Jump to unreadPost an answer
Responses/page:
#1
I can't believe you have never used straighteners!
I look like a caveman when my hairs just been washed and not straightened, I couldn't cope without them. They make my hair much more manageable and certainly get rid of the frizz. My hair is thick and very frizzy, straighteners are fine as long as you use a good heat protection spray. I would also use an oil after washing if your hair is thick. If it is thin and flyaway then get straighteners you can adjust the temperature on as you won't need it so hot.
The heated brush I tried wasn't very good on my hair but neither are normal straighteners. I use GHDS. I can honestly say in all the years of straightening my hair never seemed to get damaged. The only thing that did damage it was highlights.
Give straighteners ago and see what you think!

Even with straighteners and hair products your hair will start to fuzz if it starts to get wet or humid. The only product I found to stop that was John Friedas 3 day straight. its great and will give you salon sleek hair but you do need to use straighteners on your hair to set it.
(For products if you have thick hair I would look into getting Fushi Organic Argan Oil and the Phillip Kingsleys Elasticizer - pricey but well worth the cost, one for the christmas list maybe?)
If your hair is thin then skip the oils and just use a good heat protector spray.
#2
Eeesh, even as a guy i've tried straighteners (didn't wanna visit the barber and was going out). X)

Give 'em a go!
#3
ilovepinkmilk
I can't believe you have never used straighteners!
I look like a caveman when my hairs just been washed and not straightened, I couldn't cope without them. They make my hair much more manageable and certainly get rid of the frizz. My hair is thick and very frizzy, straighteners are fine as long as you use a good heat protection spray. I would also use an oil after washing if your hair is thick. If it is thin and flyaway then get straighteners you can adjust the temperature on as you won't need it so hot.
The heated brush I tried wasn't very good on my hair but neither are normal straighteners. I use GHDS. I can honestly say in all the years of straightening my hair never seemed to get damaged. The only thing that did damage it was highlights.
Give straighteners ago and see what you think!
Even with straighteners and hair products your hair will start to fuzz if it starts to get wet or humid. The only product I found to stop that was John Friedas 3 day straight. its great and will give you salon sleek hair but you do need to use straighteners on your hair to set it.
(For products if you have thick hair I would look into getting Fushi Organic Argan Oil and the Phillip Kingsleys Elasticizer - pricey but well worth the cost, one for the christmas list maybe?)
If your hair is thin then skip the oils and just use a good heat protector spray.
No I haven't I never bother with myself but have had enough of this big thick frizzy mop! I have always believed they would make it worse and been told by hairdressers not to use them but you are making me wonder if I should. Thanks for all your tips x

Post an Answer

You don't need an account to leave a response. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!