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There are very few people who have mastered the art of blow drying with a round brush, which is why getting a professional blow out is such a treat. But we've been doing a happy dance ever since we discovered Spornette's Porcupine Rounder Brush, which helps us easily replicate blowouts at home. The brush's unique combo of nylon and porcupine bristles gently grips strands to make it easy to style, while also adding amazing shine.
I was looking forward to having a new brush that claims to "replicate" a salon blowout. However, the bristles hurt my scalp and when attempting to straighten my wavy air the brush just caused nothing but frizz.1
I have really long and thick hair - there's literally a ton of it so that could be why this brush didn't work for me. The bristles are super thick and made it really difficult for it to work well with my hair.1
I read the reviews and had high hopes for this brush. After using it twice I noticed bristles all over my bathroom floor. At this rate I don't think the brush will last longer than 6 months or so. Works fine otherwise but quality is not there.2
Does a decent job adding volume to my roots while drying, only down side is the bristles are falling out all over my bathroom. Not just a few either, quite a bit. At this rate the brush will probably be bare in about a year. Wouldn't recommend it to a friend because of that.2
This Brush seems to be too rough on my hair. I have fine long hair but alot of it. I feel like it makes it more frizzy then my other round brush I use. So I didn't have the best of results with this brush.2
So I really wanted to love this brush but my hair wasn't feeling it. I have shoulder length curly hair that I straighten a few times a week. The plastic bristles melted with my amika dryer and my hair was still a bit frizzy. The size of the brush is good and the wooden handle is great... if only my hair liked it.2
This brush didnt really hold up to my hair dryer. I had to keep it far away from the dryer because my powerful dryer ended up melting some of the plastic. It also did a terrible job picking up my thick wavy hair.2
I was very excited about this brush when I saw it on BB and read such great reviews. When the brush arrived I realized it would likely be difficult to manage with my shoulder length bob (I have thin fine hair) and small hands. I've been using the brush all week in the hopes that it will finally work, but sadly it's just too big for me to handle. While I do get good blowouts the brush handle is too big for my hands (I'm petite with smaller hands and have arthritis). The brush is high quality so I think if someone had longer, thicker hair without the arthritis problems then it would probably work well.2
Bought this to reduce the awful winter frizz and static during winter months, but that was a disaster. This brush is fine, but definitely doesn't keep strands sleek.2
I like it but it's not for me. Since I have long hair it takes me forever to do the whole thing with this brush the only good thing is it dries my hair faster but the bad thing is you have to be careful because it'll make my hair frizzy at times.3