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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.
Most of the other reviews stated that this brush was more for women with very long, thick hair, but I use this to blow dry my shoulder-length, thin hair and it works really, really well. Best of all, my hair never gets caught and breaks.5
This is my first rounding brush that I have used. After seeing my hair dresser do it, I decided to try and master it myself. I am still working on it, but this brush definitely helps out.4
I love love LOVE this brush. I have extremely thick wavy hair and this brush has been a game changer for me. Blowdrying my hair still takes a while, but this brush is the only one I've found that can easily handle my hair without tearing/ripping. Great for just a quick dry for your bangs, or a full blowout. Plus, the wooden handle is sturdy and pretty looking.5
This is a BIG old brush. I do like it for my bangs though. Gives me good lift of my fine hair and keeps it shiny and non static!4
I am a big fan of this brush. Usually, when I try to blow dry my own hair straight, it ends up a frizzy mess. This brush really helps smooth your hair out.4
I like the smooth wooden handle so my hair doesn't have anywhere to get caught. Also, the mixture of the bristles is nice and makes for blow drying my hair a breeze. One thing I noticed is that after 2 uses, the plastic bristles have already started to melt from my hair dryers heat. So I'm not sure how long this will last.4
Amazing what a good hairbrush can do on a bad hair day. This is a good hairbrush. Now if Spornette would make a smaller version for shorter hair that would be a super good thing, too. Just sayin'.5
I havent used this yet but I have no doubt it will work just fine. It's basically exactly what I wanted. It is a little bigger than I realized which I thought I didn't want. Perhaps it will be a blessing in disguise. If i am disappointed I will edit this review!4
I have just started blowing my hair out instead of diffusing it. I have long/medium thick frizzy hair. I tried a drug store brush and found it difficult to work with (only synthetic bristles). It also had ceramic components that were heating up my hair too much and leaving it frizzy. I bought the Spornette because of the good ratings and its mix of synthetic and boar hair. One of the main things I noticed was the ease of using this brush. I was able to manage my hair quite well while blow drying. Another thing I noticed was the added shine from the boar bristles. There was a great reduction of frizz before using a finishing cream.
Overall, I am very happy with this product. My hair looks great and I love this brush.
I bought this brush mainly because it is all one piece - meaning it doesn't ever get tangled in my hair. Other round brushes I've owned have separate pieces where the bristles are and the handle, and my hair would get twisted around those areas and pull out. This one does a great job of styling my hair - leaving it smooth and full of body.5