Revlon 2nd Day Hair Straightening Heated Styling Brush, 4-1/2
Price Category: Value
- $49.99 Retail
- Digital Heat Settings
- Two in one!
- Did pull on the hair a little
- Didn’t give me the results I really wanted
- To a long time and many more passes than a flat iron would
- Outdated technology
The Revlon Salon One-Step Straight And Shine XL Heated Hair Brush is another heated hairbrush which claims to quickly smooth your hair, leaving it shiny and sleek. It claims to quickly glide through your hair, leaving it smooth and beautifully shiny. This heated hair brush features an extra-long, ceramic-coated surface and promises smooth straight results in just one easy step.
Comparison to Standard:
The standard is set by TYMO type of brushes. The new technology in heated brushes has made all the paddle type of heated brushes outdated. Even the best paddle type of brush can not compete with the worst type of TYMO type of heated brush.
This tool didn’t wow me. I think these heated hair brush tools are more for people who have thick, coarse hair with texture. For my fine, thin hair, using a flat iron is much faster and leaves me with much better results. I love a shiny, sleek look and this brush required several passes on my hair and still didn’t smooth it out as much as I hoped. Out of all the heated hairbrushes mentioned in the video above, the Revlon Salon One-Step Straight And Shine XL Heated Hair Brush bristles are definitely my favorite. If you have thick, curly, and coarse hair, this might work well for you! It is under $50 which is great. Overall though, I won’t be reaching for something like this over my flat iron.