Babyliss Sheer Volume Rotating Brush £53.33 Argos
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Babyliss Sheer Volume Rotating Brush £53.33 Argos

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Found 13th Dec 2017
Been looking to purchase this as a Christmas gift, has been £79.99. Looked today and has been reduced, some other retailers seem to have dropped the price (John Lewis & Boots) so this may be due to price matching?
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Ordered one of these hairdryer brushes a year ago for £40 on Amazon. Used it exactly 3 times. Waste of money!
Edited by: "muntyflumple" 13th Dec 2017
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muntyflumple5 m ago

Ordered one of these hairdryer brushes a year ago for £40 on Amazon. Used …Ordered one of these hairdryer brushes a year ago for £40 on Amazon. Used it exactly 3 times. Waste of money!



This isn't a hot air brush for drying your hair, this is more of a styling tool to be used on dry hair. We have the hot air brush already and it has replaced our hairdryer completely.
Edited by: "Bonzo_34" 13th Dec 2017
Bonzo_3447 m ago

This isn't a hot air brush for drying your hair, this is more of a styling …This isn't a hot air brush for drying your hair, this is more of a styling tool to be used on dry hair. We have the hot air brush already and it has replaced our hairdryer completely.


Please can you tell me exactly which one you are using currently cos ive been after a hot air brush that rotates, styles and dries your hair..if such a thing exists...! TIA
Bonzo_3455 m ago

This isn't a hot air brush for drying your hair, this is more of a styling …This isn't a hot air brush for drying your hair, this is more of a styling tool to be used on dry hair. We have the hot air brush already and it has replaced our hairdryer completely.


So, £53 for a brush then???
afnoor8 m ago

Please can you tell me exactly which one you are using currently cos ive …Please can you tell me exactly which one you are using currently cos ive been after a hot air brush that rotates, styles and dries your hair..if such a thing exists...! TIA


I have the Babyliss one (amazon.co.uk/gp/…age?ie=UTF8&psc=1) and wouldn't recommend it, it actually creates more static for me
muntyflumple4 m ago

I have the Babyliss one …I have the Babyliss one (https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00E91T0OS/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1) and wouldn't recommend it, it actually creates more static for me


Thanks no wonder i still havent found the right one
The babyliss rotating hot air brushes are brilliant. If you've got super thick hair then it will struggle but normal to fine hair they're great.
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afnoor2 h, 24 m ago

Please can you tell me exactly which one you are using currently cos ive …Please can you tell me exactly which one you are using currently cos ive been after a hot air brush that rotates, styles and dries your hair..if such a thing exists...! TIA



I have the complete opposite opinion to muntyflumple I have the Babyliss Big Hair. It rotates and dries & I can honestly say it is the best thing I have ever had for my hair. I am not a natural when it comes to making my hair look good, but this makes it very easy. argos.co.uk/pro…305
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muntyflumple2 h, 19 m ago

So, £53 for a brush then???



Hardly muntyflumple. People spend in excess of a hundred pounds on styling tools for their hair (straighteners for example) I can not comment on how good this brush will be, I hope it lives up to expectations as it is a gift for my daughter.
Bonzo_341 h, 30 m ago

Hardly muntyflumple. People spend in excess of a hundred pounds on …Hardly muntyflumple. People spend in excess of a hundred pounds on styling tools for their hair (straighteners for example) I can not comment on how good this brush will be, I hope it lives up to expectations as it is a gift for my daughter.


Yes sorry, I should have said a hot, rotating brush. I hope you have more luck with it than I did. I had to semi blow dry my hair, then use the brush, then straighten it afterwards with my £100s straighteners... GREAT VALUE
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