I have been using a new tool for my hair this past week and I thought you would be interested in it also , especially if you are trying to get an easier straighter look with your locks without the use of hot iron hair straighteners so here is my review on the Straight 'N' Go Hair Straightener Brush from Highstreettv.com
When I received this through the post , I was unsure what it actually done .
I could clearly see it was a clamp style hair brush , but how I used it and when, was the uncertainty.
Luckily for me , there were some instructions included and with those life saving diagrams added to the written instructions, it made things a lot more easier for me to give them a try .
For me, I have very long and thick hair so from washing to styling my hair , it can take up to two hours before the process is complete which as you can imagine with being mum to 7 ( and one on the way) it can be a lot of time taken up, especially when I have not got much time to spare .
The only time I get to really enjoy that length of time to pamper myself or do my hair is while the children are at school as even on the afternoons, by the time I have made teas, homework, showered and put the tribe to bed, its too late to be even bothered to mess about and it often feels more of a chore than a treat which I really wish it did not.
What do they say about this product?
Straight 'n' Go is the amazing new hair straightening brush that makes straightening your hair at home a breeze. The dual-sided ceramic plates work with your hair dryer heat for fast drying that ensures a smooth and sleek straightening performance.
The vented design allows air to circulate freely through the brush for fast dying.
How to use -
On either side of the brush there are vents which you can use your hair dryer against .
My Thoughts -
My first thoughts (except how I actually used them) was that I liked the bag that they came in, I love how they have their own pouch to store them away in just like my hot iron straighteners and hot curling iron, it means it can go neatly in my drawers with no worry of getting anything in the bristles which is one of my bug bears.
I was sent the black brush but it is available in Hot Pink also which if my daughters had the option to have these , the pink would certainly be their first choice.
For £9.99 the price is actually pretty good considering my usual hair brush costs this anyway and if you don't want the damage of Hot electrical straighteners and looking for something to save using them then this is a great idea.
You can buy these from Argos.co.uk as well as Highstreettv.com
Usually if I was not using my hot iron hair straighteners I would use a paddle brush to get that straight finish on my hair , I find that the paddle brush straightens them out rather than a round brush which is ideal for curling hair.
The problem I have is that my hair is too thick so when I try to grab the hair with my usual brush , it releases on its own will and I tend to struggle to keep it in place whilst getting the hot air of the hair dryer at the same time, if only we had more hands !
The Straight 'N' Go hair straightener brush is very easy to use and also hold in the hand and in fact with only a nipping action with just two fingers, you can get an easy grip of the hair in between the brush.
On the outside of the brush head, there are solid plastic bristles and the centre of the head of the brush is then filled with interlocking bristles which not only helps with the grip but gives a smooth and healthy shine to the hair.
The ceramic plates on the inside of the brush make it easier for the hair to glide at ease and also heats up with help from the hair dryer giving that extra boost to help straighten .
The best thing for me though is that it is cordless , safe and best of all not damaging to my hair .
I found that having short handles , just like a usual brush helped me to get a better aim to where the hair needed most attention and although I needed to use heat on the end of it, I had no aspect of burning my hands what so ever and the result of frizz seems to have been lessened when I use this brush.
To get that crisper straighter look, I used this with the hot iron straighteners but now I feel more comfortable just using this instead and as intended , it saves me more time and gives a more natural look to my finish rather than that fake straightened look which I do believe was out of fashion quite a few years a go now , its all about natural looking big hair and although my hair is not big it looks healthy and straight but not ironed.
So I am having a great experience with this product, but what do you think , would you give this a try or go back to the hot iron straighteners?