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Jilbere Hot Air Brush
Wattage: 1000 Watts
Sally Item # SBS-345825
- Online Price: $39.99
- Beauty Club Card $38.99
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- Ceramic technology eliminates frizz
- Ultra lightweight professional motor
- Smooth nonstick ceramic barrel
- Perfect for all hair types
- Heats Up to 446°F.
The Jilbere Hot Air Brush's ceramic barrel styles and dries hair simultaneously. Use it to create volume, texture, curl, or smooth and straighten. The unique non-stick ceramic barrel technology evenly spreads maximum heat transfer for faster styling.
Ceramic technology eliminates frizz and emits negative ion reflectives which enhance the vitality of hair. With 1000W of power and two heat settings, the Jilbere Hot Air Brush is perfect for all hair types.
Two heat settings that allows the iron to heat up to 446°F. A 360° swivel professional power cord prevents the cord from getting tangled or damaged.
Wide Waves: partially dry hair, then use brush to create lift, volume and large, soft curls.
Tousled Hair: beginning at crown area, take section of hair and place brush near root area. Slide brush toward ends, then wind toward root area. Hold for about 10 seconds, then gently unwind the hair without tension. Continue throughout hair.
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The Best Product Sally Carries This hot air brush is by far the best product Sally's has ever carried. I have one, my mother, sister, friends, 70% of my female clients have one. Very durable will not tangle in long hair like other hot air brush dryers. If your not all that hand coordinated with the round brush this is a must if you want salon styled hair ever day. My only wish is to have a smaller barrel. June 20, 2010
Wish I could return it! I regret wasting money on this. I was hoping it could replace my cheap $18 Conair dryer brush that I've been using for 15 years and do a better job at smoothing. It doesn't even come close. I have medium texture thick shoulder length hair. I dry it about 80% with a ceramic brush and blow dryer and then use the dryer brush to do the final smoothing/styling. Problem with this brush is the brush doesn't grab onto hair. The brush bristles are very soft and flexible and my hair just sits on top of the bristles even when spinning the barrel as you would moving down the hair shaft. My hair never gets into the brush or down to the ceramic part of the barrel. This might work for someone with very fine, thin hair, but I'll be sticking with my $18 Conair. November 23, 2014
Hot I bought this based on all of the positive reviews, but I found the product to be totally unacceptable. This hot air brush IS hot. Too hot. Perhaps it is suitable for longer hair where the brush wouldn't be near the scalp, but I have shorter hair, and, even on the cooler setting, burned my scalp. October 19, 2014
Good air brush I have super straight long asian hair. Thin to medium (in terms of thickness of.. my pony tail if that clarifies things), and medium to fine hair (in terms of each strand). ANYWAYS, so I wish the brush would grab on to my hair better, but it doesn't. It's not a big problem for me, I'm just glad it doesn't tangle my hair at all. I can make do with it not grabbing my hair enough because I use my other hand most of the time to help it. I also do blow dry more than halfway before using this styling brush. This air brush DOES help make my hair look and feel smother. July 17, 2014
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I am trying to grow out very short layered hair. It's very curly around the sides and back, but not over most of the top of my head. Could this be used to smooth out the curls and make them softer?
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