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23-10-2019, 06:19 PM
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Heated electric brush.

Do you use one?
..it's a styling brush...
I am fed up of putting heated rollers into my hair.

Saw one in Sainsburys ..it was reduced down..from 30 to 20,

Thought I would ask,before I purchased,I don't want to waste my money.
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23-10-2019, 06:43 PM
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Re: Heated electric brush.

I had a heated brush years ago and couldn't get on with it , the brush gave me split ends and got tangled in my hair .

I use a hair drier and ceramic brush with bobbles on the bristles to 'liven up' up my hair if I am going out .
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23-10-2019, 06:57 PM
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Re: Heated electric brush.

Originally Posted by Meg ->
I had a heated brush years ago and couldn't get on with it , the brush gave me split ends and got tangled in my hair .

I use a hair drier and ceramic brush with bobbles on the bristles to 'liven up' up my hair if I am going out .
Do you think they might be more advanced now,Meg?

I may look online,to see the reviews..is your hair long?

Mine is short.....I did but some tongs last year,when I went into hospital..heated by inserting gas cartridge ,they were absolute rubbish.very disappointed .have kept them..in case my rollers die on me.
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23-10-2019, 08:49 PM
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Re: Heated electric brush.

I keep all heated things away from my hair, it doesn't like heat, goes all brittle and breaks, no hairdryers for me. I use styling mouse on the shorter layers on the top of my head.
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23-10-2019, 09:07 PM
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Re: Heated electric brush.

Originally Posted by Roxy ->
I keep all heated things away from my hair, it doesn't like heat, goes all brittle and breaks, no hairdryers for me. I use styling mouse on the shorter layers on the top of my head.

You have beautiful hair Rox...I forgot about the constant heat,from the styler...have decided not to buy it ,thank you,Meg..Rox,
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23-10-2019, 10:26 PM
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Re: Heated electric brush.

Originally Posted by pauline3 ->
Do you think they might be more advanced now,Meg?

I may look online,to see the reviews..is your hair long?

Mine is short.....I did but some tongs last year,when I went into hospital..heated by inserting gas cartridge ,they were absolute rubbish.very disappointed .have kept them..in case my rollers die on me.
Pauline I wouldn't think they are more advanced, a heated brush is pretty basic .
My hair is a chin length bob so not long.
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23-10-2019, 10:29 PM
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Re: Heated electric brush.

Originally Posted by Roxy ->
I keep all heated things away from my hair, it doesn't like heat, goes all brittle and breaks, no hairdryers for me. I use styling mouse on the shorter layers on the top of my head.

I agree, Roxy.
I wouldn't use tongs or heated rollers either because of damaging my hair.
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23-10-2019, 10:39 PM
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Re: Heated electric brush.

Same here can’t be dealing with all that anyway .
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23-10-2019, 11:26 PM
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Re: Heated electric brush.

I was finding the weight of my hair was pulling it down and there was no height anymore, so I had some layers put in the top. When it's wet I put in some mouse foam and brush it upwards, as it drys naturally I run my fingers upwards through the top every now and again, by the time it has dried I brush it upwards then add some gentle hold hair spray. It gives me the height and a load of volume with no damage.
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23-10-2019, 11:32 PM
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Re: Heated electric brush.

Originally Posted by Meg ->
Pauline I wouldn't think they are more advanced, a heated brush is pretty basic .
My hair is a chin length bob so not long.

I will just keep using my heated rollers..my hair is shiny,in good condition ,a heated brush may damage it...I have a layered bob....my rollers give it that extra body.
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