- Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 7 x 24.5 cm ; 145 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 159 g
- Item Model Number: Remington
- ASIN: B06WLKMW7N
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 15 August 2018
- Customer Reviews: 60 customer ratings
Remington Accessories T-Studio Thermaluxe Cushion Brush
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- Ionic Ceramic Technology - The ceramic content of the brush helps reduce static and frizz during brushing, leaving hair silky smooth and beautiful
- Detangling Nylon Bristles - The soft nylon bristles are ball-tipped to detangle and brush without snagging or pulling
- Flexible Cushion Base - The Thermaluxe brush adjusts to your scalp for comfortable detangling and frizz reduction on all hair types when wet or dry
Style Name: Cushion Brush
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The Remington Thermaluxe Cushion Brush works for any hair type! Its flexible cushion base allows the nylon bristles to move comfortably through hair, removing tangles from wet or dry styles. Plus, Ionic Ceramic Technology helps reduce frizz and give your hair silky smooth results. This brush is the perfect pair for your favorite Thermaluxe straightener, dryer, curling iron, and setter.
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Here's what I like: It is lightweight in my hand and comfortable to hold. The soft, nylon bristles are ball-tipped, just like every other brush I own (that's standard these days), but as such, the tips are soft and commfortable against my scalp. I like the way this brush looks; it has a pleasing oval shape. I also like its handle's dark-purple color.
Here's what is questionable to me personally: I tend to get frizzy hair, and I can't say that I noticed that this brush is particularly useful for frizz reduction, one of it's advertised benefits. I also would not want to use this brush for blow drying. I have a square-shaped brush I use for brushing my short hair straight back, and small, round brushes when I want to impart a slight wave. This brush can't do either in a way that works for my hair.
Finally, this brush is rather large compared to my other brushes. However, some people with long hair may see that as a benefit.
In sum: As a person with short, thick hair, this brush will not become one of my favorite brushes. It is "just okay."
The bristles are thin and black. I can't say that I believe any of the super powers claimed with this brush. It's cheap - and priced cheap. It's a regular, cheap hairbrush. If you want something nicer, pay more. If you want an inexpensive hairbrush that you can brush your hair with, this is a good choice.
It's definitely not going to be a family heirloom or anything we keep around long, and it probably won't last long anyway. But for a cheap hairbrush? It does whats its supposed to.
I know, you are not supposed to brush wet hair. But there is no way any comb would go through my rats nest. This does the job with the least amount of pulling or struggling.
I like the handle which is long and comfortable to hold. I also like the wide large brush head which makes it easier to quickly brush large amounts of hair at one time. This is an unusually good brush for hard to brush hair like mine. This also worked well when I blew out my long fine hair. It straightened it and smoothed it out so much I didn't need to iron it. Frizzies are kept to a minimum, and drying time is also reduced with this since air circulates through this easily.
This is a very high quality brush and works well if you love to blow your hair out straight.
I went with the Remington brand this time, as it is a brand I recognize, and I liked the purple color and longer handle.
As soon as I began brushing my hair with the Remington brush, I knew something was different, and not in a good way.
So I got out my original brush and examined the construction. The two seemed very much alike, although the Remington bristles seemed a bit harder, and its rubbery base seemed hollower in comparison..
I tried brushing with the my original brush: much better. Less pain and no pull.
I alternated several times, and came to the conclusion that the construction of the Remington brush can't hold a candle to that of the original Wet Brush.
I can't recommend the Remington brush, it is too hard on the hair and scalp. This is especially true when compared to its main competitor.
The handle is very light and designed perfectly to fit in your hand.
It is not so super a brush for my very long, thick, wavy hair that requires a ton of detangling. And this is why I use the wetbrush. BUT, if my hair was much shorter, this would be my new go-to brush.