Happy Wednesday! Oh my goodness, it’s November already and soo close to Christmas. You’re in for a treat today, if you or a friend/family friend has frizzy hair then this is the post for you!! Plus, there’s a sneaky giveaway at the end of this post.
Today I’ll be reviewing the new Philips EasyShine Ionic Styling Brush. This brush is designed to de-frizz and smooth out the hair. So if you have the troubled frizziness then you’ve got to try this brush out. When I was researching on this brush, I found that it’s super popular in Asia and there’s a couple of more designs compared with what was released in the Australian market.
Static electricity exists everywhere especially in dry environment. That’s why your hair gets frizzy and messy easily. To help you get rid of this annoying issue, we bring easier solution: ionic styling brush. The ionizer generates negative ions to neutralize positive charge of static electricity. It helps to reduce frizz and bring back smoothness and shine to your hair instantly.
Let me describe my hair to you. My hair is straight and thin. There’s been a few occasion when I go to the hairdresser and they ask me if I have permanently straightened my hair and I say no. They give me a confused look, especially after washing my hair, it’s dead straight. The only time my hair frizzes up is when I roll around too much in bed and the following morning my ends are frizzy.
The most effective way to use this brush is when hair is a little damp and brush through from the roots to tips. So essentially, I use this brush the following morning and not after I’ve washed my hair. I would wet my hair and then brush through my hair especially at the ends.
The Ionic magic is activated by flicking the switch on the right of the brush, the Ionic icon will illuminate and that’s when you know you have some Ionic action happening.
The bristle cushion has just enough pressure so that it provides even distribution around the head. The brush is not waterproof so please don’t bring it into the shower. The brush bristles can be easily removed and washed by pressing the button under the bristles.
Being clumsy and uncoordinated, I would have preferred if the brush had a handle because I’m really prone to dropping things. However since I’ve been using it for 3 weeks or so, I haven’t actually dropped it yet and it does fit quite well in my hand.
The brush is operated with 1 AAA battery which is included in the box so it can be used straight from purchase.
This RRP for this brush is $39.95, it’s reasonably priced so great as a Christmas present.
In collaboration with Philips & Beauty and Things, we will be giving away one Philips EasyShine Ionic Styling Brush.
To win this fabulous prize, all you have to do is tell me in 25 words or less “What do you do to de-frizz your hair?”
- Open to Australian Residents Only
- Must comment on this blog post
- One entry per household
- If you are under 18yrs old, please make sure you get your parents permission
- No serial compers
- Winner will be chosen by me and an email will be sent to the winner
- Winner must respond within 2 days or a new winner is selected
- Giveaway ends on the 25th of November at 5pm Melbourne time
- Winner will be announced on this post on the 29th of November – please check back
- Postal details will be passed onto a PR representative who will then mail out the prizes.
- Beauty & Things will not be held responsible for lost or damaged mail
- Beauty & Things reserve the right to change the terms of this giveaway at any time
Product was provided for consideration. This has not influenced my opinion in any way.