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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.
This brush is nice, However the handle hurts my hand when it moves, I wish it had a rubber grip or something!4
This is a GREAT brush for the price. I've been using mine for almost 2 years and love it. Very comparable to much more expensive brands.5
I have been looking for a great round brush for a while and I finally found one. This is very high quality, does the job, and is easy to use!5
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
Great brush for long, wavy hair. Used with a blowout it smoothed out my frizz and left my hair with volume and shine.4
Spornette is a great brand, and have seen good consistency with this brush. It definitely adds softness and shine to hair, is a good size and comfortable to hold.4
I have long fine hair and this does the trick. I'm not particularly good at doing blowouts on myself but this was certainly better than other cheap drugstore brushes I have used. I was able to obtain better results with this brand.4
I received this brush as a gift after requesting it based on the reviews on Birchbox. I do love it - the handle is easy to grip and does not leave your hand tired, and it leaves my hair looking silky after use.4
This brush is ok, it cuses frizz when I brush dry hair with it however it is easy to hold and doesn't get stuck in wet hair3
I must admit I am not a expert at using a round brush while blow drying my hair so I do not have the ability or patience to use this on my whole head. However I do always use this when blow drying the hair towards the top (the crown) of my head and my bangs. My last round brush didn't hold up very well with the bristles becoming bent and burnt easily, but this brush as help up to the wear and tear. It helps give my bangs the perfect curl and natural movement so that my hair doesn't look so flat and lifeless after straightening.5