Fhi Heat, Inc. FHI Heat Stylus Thermal Styling Brush - Green

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Quick to heat and easy to use, this brush offers options for styling all hair types. Six rows of short, sturdy nylon teeth allow for tangle-free glide. The tourmaline technology (red area) reduces static, locks in moisture and leaves hair silky smooth. EZ-Hold ridged tip offers maximum styling control red light indicator flashes until perfect styling temperature is attained heats in 30 seconds to 2 minutes, depending on heat level selected ceramic heater creates super-fast, even heating across the brush no-slide handle five fingertip-control temperature settings from low 250F to high 400F for styling from fragile to coarse hair one-hour auto shutoff 9' 360 swivel cord 40W Imported. JCPenney limits the sale of all salon products and salon special purchases to 8 of any one item, up to a maximum of 12 items, per customer, per month.

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Mount Healthy, OH
188 reviews
This is a great styling tool for all hair types! You can use it to create waves, curls, straighten or just add a healthy dose of volume! This brush is so versatile that I don't even feel like I need any other products. Mine came with hairspray, clips, and a fine toothed comb. I love that you don't have to worry about burning yourself with this baby either. This is a must have for all hair lovers.
This is a great styling tool for all hair types! You can use it to create waves, curls, straighten or just add a healthy dose of volume! This brush is so versatile that I don't even feel like I need any other products. Mine came with hairspray, clips, and a fine toothed comb. I love that you don't have to worry about burning yourself with this baby either. This is a must have for all hair lovers.
Black / Brittleness, Color Protection, Damage / Dry, Wavy, Coarse
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