Hair straightener brush

(6 Posts)
LifeIsGoodish Fri 28-Oct-16 15:23:04

Saw this Babyliss advertised, thinking of getting it for dd, but it's a bit ££££.

Can anyone recommend similar, but cheaper? Dd has long, thick hair, straightish, frizzes easily.

I've heard of Babyliss, know they're a decent make, but never heard of all those others listed underneath!

LifeIsGhoulish Wed 02-Nov-16 15:52:55

Anyone?

ilovecherries Wed 02-Nov-16 16:57:14

I bought an AsaVea - I've looked, but see that Amazon isn't selling it anymore, but Asda has a very similar one. It was around £25 - bought a cheap one as I wasn't sure if I'd like it, but it's great. Doesn't do glass-like straight, but smooths out all my frizz - my hair usually looks as if I went to the hairdresser yesterday (rather than today, if that makes sense!). My intention was to buy a babyliss if I liked it, but 6 months later my cheapie is still going strong.

ilovecherries Wed 02-Nov-16 16:59:30

Oops, found mine. I'd tried to use the re-order link to find it for you, but it wasn't working. Search turned it op, though price has gone up a bit. www.amazon.co.uk/Hair-straightener-straightening-brush-AsaVea-Pink/dp/B01M0RQV7B/ref=sr_1_3_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1478105871&sr=8-3&keywords=asavea+brush

Redglitter Wed 02-Nov-16 17:02:03

I got a JML one for my birthday. It's really good. My niece had a shot of it and loved it so I've got her one for Christmas smile

Redglitter Wed 02-Nov-16 17:03:02

Oh and Boots sell JML ones so if you've got a Boots card you could get a bargain

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