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Does the job
InStyler straight away is okay and does the job. I have thick long hair. I bought it at Harris Scarfe for half price. Easy to use heats up fairly quickly. Takes a while to get through my thick hair
This product doesn’t have as higher heat setting as its “brother” the brush,
If your hair responds to low heat this will work, or if you had done your hair the night before and wanted to go over it,
Definitely less likely to burn yourself on this product,
It works well, other then the highest heat setting being on the lower side
Purchased in May 2021.
Great for quick style
I find the InStyler comb easy to use, it heats up quick and glides through brushed hair with ease. It dose an alright job but not an amazing job like the adds showed for the similar product (InStyler Brush). I use it mainly to tame my curls. If your looking for a super smooth and straight finish I suggest using a flat iron/straightener.
Better than my straightening tongs
This comb, which is triangular in shape and not to be confused with other straightening brushes, works extremely well. I have used this heated straightening comb three times to straighten my short bob cut. I have fine, but thick and curly hair. This uses less heat with more little heating plates and it is therefore so much quicker to do your whole head. I am so surprised it worked better for me than my flat iron tongs. I was able to angle the comb into the roots without burning myself at all. I had to get my technique right and grip the hair as...it goes through, curving it under as I went (same as with tongs) but this is much better for the hair than squashing it with the tongs and with less heat. Seriously, I suggest anyone who uses tongs to try this tool.
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