InStyler GLOSSIE Styling Ceramic Brush
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InStyler GLOSSIE Styling Ceramic Brush

$69.99

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  • Exclusive Precision Press™ Design
  • Powerful Ceramic Heaters
  • Tourmaline Ceramic Heated Plates
  • Cool Tip Ionic Bristles
  • Digital Heat Temperature Control
  • Lightweight Ergonomic Design
  • 4 Heat Settings 300°F, 350°F, 400°F, 450°F
  • 7’ Professional Swivel Cord Automatic Shut Off
(24 customer reviews)

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The GLOSSIE Ceramic Styling Brush instantly delivers shiny, straight and smooth styles that last. Transform your hair in a single pass with the 65 powerful ceramic heated plates that simultaneously section and style as you effortlessly brush through hair. The exclusive Precision Press™ design applies optimal tension to efficiently straighten hair from root to tip, while offering the styling versatility to create face-framing flips.

  • Exclusive Precision Press™ Design
  • Powerful Ceramic Heaters
  • Tourmaline Ceramic Heated Plates
  • Cool Tip Ionic Bristles
  • Digital Heat Temperature Control
  • Lightweight Ergonomic Design
  • 4 Heat Settings 300°F, 350°F, 400°F, 450°F
  • 7’ Professional Swivel Cord Automatic Shut Off

24 reviews for InStyler GLOSSIE Styling Ceramic Brush

  1. TerraDactyl

    I won’t lie, this brush takes some getting used to. I’m sure it came with directions, but I’m not the type of person to read them, so I didn’t pay attention. It took a little trial and error to figure out the correct way to straighten my hair with this, but once I got the hang of it, it was pretty easy. And so far it seems to be slightly less damaging than using a traditional straightener. I will say though, I docked a star because it does kind of catch my hair a bit. I have pretty thin hair, and it just tends to get caught in between the bristles. I’m unsure so far if it’s better than using a regular straightener or not. The price is fair though, so I’d suggest buying it and giving it a try yourself. Based on the reviews, it seems this works better if you have thicker hair.

  2. TerraDactyl

    I won’t lie, this brush takes some getting used to. I’m sure it came with directions, but I’m not the type of person to read them, so I didn’t pay attention. It took a little trial and error to figure out the correct way to straighten my hair with this, but once I got the hang of it, it was pretty easy. And so far it seems to be slightly less damaging than using a traditional straightener. I will say though, I docked a star because it does kind of catch my hair a bit. I have pretty thin hair, and it just tends to get caught in between the bristles. I’m unsure so far if it’s better than using a regular straightener or not. The price is fair though, so I’d suggest buying it and giving it a try yourself. Based on the reviews, it seems this works better if you have thicker hair.

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