Oh I love this little guy
Ok I just got this yesterday afternoon and used it for the first time this morning. I LOVE IT! My hair is almost collar bone length and I am almost a year into growing out my gray. My gray is very frizzy (temples and underside), and I have been using a small flatiron to remedy that, but all it does it flatten it (which it is supposed to, I get that), and I have burned myself a few times. I was drawn to this brush bc I would hopefully have more control, not burn myself on hot plates, and it would allow me to curl it under a little, so I could style my hair while smoothing it. The gray tendrils and the underside of my hair are my problem spots. I pretty much have to flatiron those areas every day so I don't look like Albert Einstein. I was immediately impressed by how quickly this worked...my hair was immediately smoother and I loved that I could just brush through it and get the results I wanted. I went over the tendrils a few times (they are really frizzy), but the underside only took one or two brush throughs and I was good to go. The downside of this little guy is it gets really hot and there is no temperature adjustment. You have to be careful bc the paddle of the brush is hot to the touch, but I didn't find it was as bad as scalding my face on hot flatiron plates. I'm impressed and will definitely keep using this!
This is gonna be a NO from me
Honestly, I had such high hopes for the Baby Brush Crush. My hair is short (in-between my shoulders and chin) & wavy so I didn't think there would be an issue with this — I was incorrect. Generally, my hair can get flat ironed & be totally smooth in about 10 min. I sectioned my hair into 4 chunks & literally had to go over each area MINIMALLY 4x's before it got "straight." I was so frustrated with how terrible the brush was working, I eventually just used my flat iron over everything I just did. Oh, and make sure you have ZERO tangles in your hair because it WILL get ripped out — I had a few baby tangled and my hair came out, so love that for me. I think if your hair is naturally fine and straight, this brush would work out for you — maybe when you just wake up & have hair all over the place. I would absolutely not suggest this for anyone with thicker hair or hair that has more than a slight bend to it naturally.
Small, fast + efficient
My hair is curly (between wavy and coils), fine but I have a lot, and bleached.
My first impression was with my bangs, which I've been pulling back because I cut them too short, and they look amazing. It only took 2 passes to get rhem exactly how I like rhem. I moved in the the rest of my hair and it did a great job of straightening and smoothing. I think a flat iron leaves it slightly smoother and shinier, but for the time savings I will use this more than a flat iron or hairdryer.
I didn't give up and found the perfect thing.
I have curly hair but started the transition to blonde last August so it doesn't actually curl like it used to, and hopefully will again one day, so I like to straighten it instead. I dislike spending too much time on my hair, and the term "little sections" is the worst. I started searching for a straightening brush so I could straighten it quickly and gain a little volume too. I assumed straightening brushes do not achieve stick-straight hair, and that is primarily true. I purchased the Bed Head Heated Straightening Brush from here and the Amika Hair-dryer straightening brush elsewhere, which includes a setting for straightening without the blow-dry function. Out of the two, I preferred the Bed Head, as I could control the heat and I didn't feel it damaged my hair like the Amika brush, however, they are both clunky. My hair looked nice for a brief time after styling with both brushes, but not too long after, I just had wavy locks that looked like they may have been straight the day prior. Ironically, I found both brushes to be better for re-styling hair that had been straightened the day prior.
THE BABY BRUSH CRUSH. I am considering the clunkiness to be an issue because of my hair's length. It's passed my shoulders but not far. This Baby Brush Crush by Drybar is THE ONE. It's the perfect size to get shiny, straight hair for someone with shorter to medium length hair. It's fast and ideal for touch-ups. This is going to be a staple in my routine. My only complaint is that we can't control the heat (400 degrees F, 200 degrees C), thus the handle becomes RIDICULOUSLY hot, ridiculously fast. It features dual voltage which I appreciate for travel purposes.
Great Tool For Thin Hair
I have thinning hair and this tool works perfect to straighten & add body where i need it. Heats up quickly, easy to pack when traveling.
I love this brush
I love this brush it's so easy too use and heats up so fast. I love that's it's small and so easy too handle.
I love this!!
I have extremely wave and curly hair! This totally works at smoothing my hair and my stubborn grays. I absolutely would recommend this product 💜