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Sensational Ceramic Hair Brushes

Ceramic hair brushes work much the same way that ceramic flatirons do: They hold heat from your hair dryer longer and distribute it evenly throughout the brush. Not only do ceramic brushes dry your hair faster than wooden or metal models, but they also protect hair from excessive drying and eliminate frizz. After switching to a ceramic brush, you will undoubtedly feel the difference in your light, silky smooth hair. Here are a few of my recommendations.

The Luxor Brush Tifi Collection features soft, pure-boar bristles combined with individual nylon "porcupine" tufts to help grip and penetrate even the thickest of hair. They're perfect for controlling frizz, waves, and curls. The brushes are available in four sizes: small for $14.25, medium for $16.50, large for $19.50, and extra-large for $25.50. Buy one here.

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The Ceramic Mega Vent 5-Inch Round Brush is crafted with a huge open space, so that your hair dryer actually fits inside the brush head! It is also made from pure-boar bristles and includes a vent designed for maximum airflow and quick drying time. This is a terrific size brush for straightening long, coarse hair. Buy it here for $17.99.

The T3 Tourmaline Ceramic Brush is super lightweight and comfortable and helps maximize your hair's shine and polish. It is made from crushed Tourmaline jewels, which are believed to help eliminate static electricity and breakage. You can buy the extra-large brush here for $23, and the medium sized brush here for $20.

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SoCalSugar SoCalSugar 8 years
Does ceramic really make a difference? Anyone tried these?
t0xxic t0xxic 9 years
honeysugar28 honeysugar28 9 years
What a great idea! I can't live without my iron. I should use it less.
Adriana42 Adriana42 9 years
i wish i could use those rigid hair brushes but my hair is too thick ..i have T3's hairdryer and flat iron though.
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