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lee7smith

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Went to Aston fincher today and saw this new brush design where the handle locks off and you can leave the brush part in the hair for curly blowdrys ... Have any of you geeks used this yet ?? Think you have to buy the set of 9 to start with ?
 

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Not impressed to be honest! If your gonna do that use rollers! :)))😃
 

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Used these years ago, but tbh I wasn't impressed so I've got 8 of each of the 3 smaller sizes from The Big Brush and do the same but obviously leaving handles on x
 

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Ah I thought they would be better as more light weight - I have a few ladies where I take the brush out and replace with a roller so as not to be in the way .. So waste of £100 ?
 

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Yes personally, carry on with what your doing :)
 

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Thanks for the advice :)
 

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