When I saw the concept of a blow brush, my first thought was, “Why didn’t they think of this 20 years ago?”
It seems brilliant. A brush that blows hair. Those of us who spent our teenage years and perhaps part of our twenty-something years blow-drying our hair could have only dreamed about this.
When I first saw the blow brush, I thought it was the coolest thing. As a mother of young girls, we don’t blow hair often, but those days are coming. When we do blow-dry hair, like before a simcha or Yom Tov, it is pretty time-consuming. Also, the part I like the least is having to reposition the brush everytime I run the blow dryer down their hair. Super annoying.
When I bought my daughter this blow brush for Chanukah, I thought it was more for me than for her…it would be so much easier to blow hair, and maybe she’d just do it by herself!
Turns out, she loved it more than I ever expected. First of all, it is stronger than our other blow dryer so it blows more efficiently (that was one thing I was skeptical about…what if it’s not as good…but it’s better!). And she loves blow-drying hair herself! It’s so easy! Maybe, as a mom, I’ll get to retire from blow-drying hair before I barely even started.
How does it compare to more expensive models, like Drybar’s Blow Brush? The truth is, I don’t know, but the Revlon model was both well-priced and highly rated, so that was perfect. There’s lots and lots of versions on Amazon, but none have feedback that compares to the Revlon either.
Bottom line: Love it!
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