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I have really thick frizzy hair and it takes ages to straighten properly with traditional hair straighteners. I bought a brush from amazon, not the JML one and I was actually surprised, I brush my hair with a normal hairbrush and put it in a ponytail then use the heated brush on my 'tail' it's not perfectly straight but it gets rid of the frizz and kinks. You wont get perfectly straight hair, but I do think it has its place and useful as an everyday tool
I bought a cheap one of Amazon too! I love mine. I have fine frizzy hair but loads of it and this brush soothes it beautifully with out making it look totally flat like my GHd's do. So if u want less frizzy smoother hair but with volume then yes they are decent. Xx
I have a babyliss one and I absolutely love it. I have long, quite fine wavy hair prone to frizz, and this leaves it shiney and groomed in about 5 minutes, without the dead straight / lank look I get with straighteners.