As I mentioned before I think hair is one of the most important accessory you wear everyday, if you have a bad hair day- no matter what you wear you still wouldn’t feel good. So spending extra money for hair products is necessary. My samples of the FHI Heat Professional Brush Series arrived a few weeks back and I’ve just started using the brushes. The new brushes features the Nano-Fuzeion™ technology- the process employs tourmaline, which creates negative ions. “The negative ionization seals the hair cuticle, especially in the presence of heat, locking moisture into the follicle and resulting in strong, supple, glossy hair.”
I personally never really paid much attention to my brushes but after using these new brushes, I’m glad I’ve upgraded. My old brushes does not have a good grip and the bristles get are all bent from the heat and falls off quickly. These new FHI Heat brushes are lightweight and features vents along the core for air pass-through while blow-drying, as well as comfortable, soft-touch handles. I also like that they’re anti-bacterial as I share with the whole family and heat-resistant- they utilize FHI Heat’s thermal plastic bristle. Each brush retails for $19.99, not cheap but with all that technology fused in one- pick one that fits your hair needs the most and you’re good. According to Les Haverty, Artistic Director for the brand, he recommends the Paddle and Round styles for blow-drying, and the Cushion style for finishing.
More pics after the jump…