Babyliss big hair

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Notsoyummi Fri 18-Nov-16 18:04:05

Anyone got one of these thinking of treating myself are they any good or a waste of money honest reviews please!

Dailymaildailyfail Fri 18-Nov-16 18:08:30

They're brilliant and worth investing in, but they're not a quick option. A good blow dry on medium length, medium thickness hair would take you about 30 mins if you do it properly. Also get hair 50% dry before starting and watch YouTube for tutorials!

Birdsgottafly Fri 18-Nov-16 18:10:45

QVC sell them and has a no quibble 30 day return policy.

WhenSheWasBadSheWasHorrid Fri 18-Nov-16 18:11:35

I love mine

plumstone Fri 18-Nov-16 18:12:42

Love mine - transformation on my hair is amazing!!

LuckySantangelo1 Fri 18-Nov-16 18:13:23

Great device. I get my hair 80% dry and then I can style it with the big hair in 10 mins. I have thick hair longer than shoulders.

mudandmayhem01 Fri 18-Nov-16 18:14:05

I love mine, I probably don't do it properly but if I let my hair dry naturally until it just slightly damp I can get my thick frizzy hair to look smooth but with some volume in about 5 minutes

Notsoyummi Fri 18-Nov-16 18:15:36

I have been using round brush and hairdryer takes me 20 mins but poor arm is knackered afterwards does it give same effect as brush and hairdryer?

susieqoo Fri 18-Nov-16 18:17:52

They are great. I have the 'mini' (pink cover) one which I use on just below shoulder length hair. I dry hair to about 80% (first wrapped in towel and then with hairdryer) and then use the BBH for five minutes or so. It would take too long to dry hair from soaking wet with just the BBH. The smaller head one is on offer for £30 in asda at the moment. It really gives your hair that lovely bounce that you get with a very good professional blow dry. I wouldn't be without mine now.

susieqoo Fri 18-Nov-16 18:21:51

Ps mine is the 42mm one and plenty big enough. Yes, same effect as big brushes and hairdryer. In fact much more body & bounce. I can't recommend highly enough! In fact I keep a brand new spare one in case mine ever breaks.

PoochiePoo Fri 18-Nov-16 18:27:51

I love mine. In my opinion better than a dryer and brush.

ProseccoBitch Fri 18-Nov-16 18:28:08

I love mine. I get my hair 75% dry before using it.

shins Fri 18-Nov-16 18:28:19

Love mine, it's indispensable. I use the smaller one and it gives me that vaguely put together look.

Hissy Fri 18-Nov-16 18:40:00

You won't believe the difference !

They have a 3yr guarantee too, brilliant bit of kit!

Sixisthemagicnumber Fri 18-Nov-16 18:41:36

I love mine. It gets my hair smooth and straight and I have very naturally curly hair.

Aedh Fri 18-Nov-16 18:50:07

Greatest invention since the wheel. Or fire. Whatever....

vastknapsack Fri 18-Nov-16 18:54:18

Definitely better than dryer and brush... I'm going to buy another at the weekend as mine has packed in.

shellistar Fri 18-Nov-16 19:04:15

I'm on my third one! Bought my first in Jan 2010 and it broke just in warranty and Babyliss replaced it for free. Then that one went about 18 months ago and they sent me another FOC! It's worth speaking to them if yours is broken.

shellistar Fri 18-Nov-16 19:05:20

Ps... they're ace! I have super thick, wavy/frizz loooooong hair and I look all sleek and glam when I use it

wowwee123 Fri 18-Nov-16 19:06:30

they were on amazon daily deala yesterdat for £25.

Whatgives Fri 18-Nov-16 19:07:25

Brilliant, but my hair isn't long enough for it anymore!

anyoldname76 Fri 18-Nov-16 19:07:38

i have one but even using that i still have to go over with straighteners, but i do have very frizzy hair

winterisnigh Fri 18-Nov-16 19:08:41

whats the difference between BBBh and this

www.argos.co.uk/product/6087670?rec=webRespPDP:4440305:alt:CWVTPUBOOT:6087670

shellistar Fri 18-Nov-16 19:13:05

The Argos brush will straighten and flatten. The BBH will lift and add volume. On my hair it adds sleek waves at the ends of my length and on my friends extreme curls she ends up with gorgeous ringlets

winterisnigh Fri 18-Nov-16 19:15:18

thanks shellistar. for me its just anything closer to a blow dry look i am after whether curls a bit or not. my hair is thick and has strange kink in it which looks really scruffy.

does the hair not get tangled up in the BBHB thing?

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