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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 hoping to love this brush, but I am using my old round brush more than this new one. Not what I had hoped for in a porcupine brush.3
I have chin length, fine hair and it helps to add volume it stays looking great all day. Only bad thing is because it doesn't have air holes/vents it takes longer to dry my hair than some other brushes so if I am in a hurry I use it more as a finishing brush rather than to completely blow out my hair.3
The only reason I took one star off is because I didn't realize how big this brush was going to be when I purchased it. It looks thinner in the photos so watch out-- but it's great quality, will last for years, and provides amazing volume and shine to my hair.4
This brush was a long time coming. It leaves hair smooth and well styled. The only issue is the very slippery handle. Odd complaint, I know.4
I like this brush a lot, when I use it to blow out my hair the results are awesome. Big smooth shiny hair! Yay!
My one criticism is that the bristles are kind of painful and also they seem to be slightly too short. Sometimes they don't really grab my hair properly. Maybe I'm just doing it wrong.
Otherwise, an awesome brush that gives great results, even when you're not that good at blowing out your hair (like me).
This is a great brush! I have fine hair that tends to go a bit flat, and this really pumps it up without pulling at the strands. However, it can give me some static, so I'm careful to use it on my hair when damp and with product. It's not vented, so use it with hair that's mostly dry.4
While I still haven't mastered the art of the round brush, I'm just happy I have found one that didn't get all tangled in my hair! So this brush is perfect. It's just my skill that is defective!4
I'm a hairdresser and this is by far my favorite boar bristle brush. It's a little hard to use at first but once you get the hang of it you're in for a treat.4
This brush is nice, However the handle hurts my hand when it moves, I wish it had a rubber grip or something!4
I have fine hair that has a tendency to get caught in the joints of most rounding brushes. I love that the Spornette Porcupine Rounding Brush is one piece, my hair doesn't get caught. I use the brush on shoulder length straight fine hair. The brush smooths the fly-aways. I would have given the brush 5-stars but it doesn't dry/style my hair as well as a ceramic barrel.4