Olivia Garden Ceramic Ionic Thermal Brush
After I left the salon, I was so excited to have another hairbrush. It is that feeling of, "maybe this will be the one." I had to quickly hide it from my hubby since I already own about 5 roller brushes. Into the beauty cabinet it went, as the five hairspray bottles tumbled over. I really should organize it someday. Maybe I can get some tips from Aby over at Creative Organizing.
Later that evening, I decided to get a little crazy and style my hair after my evening shower (who does that?). After I was done, wow! Did my hair look good! The brush was smooth and didn't get tangled in my hair and the handle was perfect and didn't slip. I also appreciated the ion-charged bristles that seemed to dry my hair faster. As a mom, you can always appreciate a few saved minutes on your primping time.
This brush is awesome and I would highly recommend it for anyone. My hair length is above the shoulders and I found the second size to be a little big. I am currently growing out my hair so I wanted to invest in the size I will use next year. I think I will also buy a smaller size so it works better on my shorter hair.
This brush is eco-friendly with natural bamboo, has ion-charged bristles, ceramic coating for anti-static, an ergonomic handle and is anti-bacterial. The brush is also very light which I liked.
If you would like to buy one of these brushes, they can be found online at http://www.oliviagarden.com/. You can also buy one at Studio S in Tucson or call Sierra and tell her I sent you!