Monday, February 15, 2010

hairfree hair brushes - review and giveaway

hairfreé™ brushes are unlike any other styling brushes on the market today. hairfreé™ brushes are very versatile, in that, no matter your ethnicity or the type of hair you have, be it fine, thick, curly or straight hair hairfreé™ brushes work well. hairfreé™ brushes can be used as, a regular styling brush or a vent brush. To the best of my knowledge there are no other brushes on the market today that can do that! (from website)

My daughter and I both have long, thick hair, and tend to shed a lot :) Our brushes are always clogged with hair, and it's difficult to get all of the hair out! I'm guilty of tossing several hairbrushes because I hated all the hair that was caught in the bristles, and just didn't have the time or patience to thoroughly clean them. hairfree brushes have ended that dilemma - you just slide the button up and the ceramic plates push all of the hair up making them a cinch to clean! hairfree brushes are patent pending, versatile styling brushes that uses ceramic technology.

I got to try both the flat and round brush out, and I love how easy these are to clean! Plus, their ceramic plates create a smoother, shinier look and helps protect against static buildup. Both brushes can be used as a normal styling brush, or as a vent brush - just slide the button to the halfway point, positioning the ceramic plate about halfway up the bristles. Using as a vent brush speeds up the drying and styling process. The flat brush even includes a mirrored back, perfect for when your on the go :)

hairfree brushes were included in the gift bag event at the Sundance film festival and the Miss America Beauty Pagaent and will also be included in the gift bag event for the Bachelors wedding (the ABC TV show) in February and the gift bag event for the Oscars in March, but are priced at a fraction of what you'd expect to pay!

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Purchase:

Hairfree brushes can be purchased online. The round brush normally retails for $15.95 and the flat brush normally retails for $9.95, but are currently on sale for $11.95 (round) and $7.45 (flat) or purchase both for just $15.95!

Win!

hairfree is generously offering one SSF&G reader a set (one round, one flat) of hairfree brushes of their own! Giveaway is open to US residents and ends 3/2. Winner selected via random.org and will have 48 hours to respond. Brushes provided, and shipped directly by, hairfree of their affiliate.

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254 comments:

  1. a full hairbrush is an unproductive hairbrush

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  2. Again using the ceramic technology is not why I designed/invented the brush but it now turns out it is the brush’s best feature.
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  3. I love their website's layout!

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  6. your button is on my blog- sexywomenread.blogspot.com
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  7. you are on my blogroll- sexywomenread.blogspot.com
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  8. most blow dryers reach a top heat of about 175 degree while the heat generated from a flat/curling iron starts at about 200 degrees and can reach a top heat of upwards to 450 degrees, depending on the make and model of the flat/curling iron

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  9. I learned that hairfree can currently only be purchased over the internet.
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  10. I follow your blog!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  11. dirty brushes drive me nuts! These sound so easy to clean (no more spending hours picking out fuzzies... lol) and when used with a hairdryer, they effectively straighten hair without all the damage of irons

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  12. hairfreé™ comes with a 100% money back guarantee, that, if within 30 days of purchase you are not completely satisfied with the performance of hairfreé™ simply return it for your money back. No questions asked.
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  15. I love that these are for all hair types!
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  17. A Flat iron heat starts at a higher heat than a blow dryer.

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  18. Would love to try both the round and the flat brush. Love the look of both of them.
    Thanks for doing this!
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  19. I found out the the designer had grown up in a household with 6 women, her mother and five sisters.

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  23. this sounds amazing!! I learned that this was created in Jan. of 2006.

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  26. I learned that flat irons can cause damage when used daily because of the high heat involved (and I can attest to that myself!)

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  27. More times than not, the user, when using a flat/curling iron inadvertently burns and damages their hair.

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  30. I like how easy it's going to be to keep it looking tidy!
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  31. She grew up with numerous sisters and a mother who used her hairbrush which later in life made her develop this brush

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  35. healthier alternative to using a flat/curling iron to style your hair. mverno@roadrunner.com

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  36. I found out that In January of 2006 I designed/invented a round self-cleaning hairbrush aimed at solving the problem of cleaning a dirty brush.

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  37. This was created in 2006. Thanks for the chance.
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  38. I learned that "Currently the only colors hairfreé™ is available in is black and gold. In the future hairfreé™ will be made in different colors."

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  39. "Aids against static build-up" - yup, that's what my daughter and I need! Sarah especially wanders around looking like she's played with a balloon all day, poor thing.

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  40. Don't need as many styling/conditioning products by using the hairfree. That's really cool. Always about saving money!
    Thanks for doing the giveaway!
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  41. I learned the first Hairfree Brush was designed in January 2006.
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  42. The brushes can be used as a regular brush or a vented brush.

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  43. I learned that originally the goal was just to create a easy to clean brush, the benefits of the ceramic plates were discovered along the way
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  47. I like that you can heat the ceramic core with your blow dryer and skip the flat iron!

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  50. I learned that Hairfree brushes can achieve the same outcome as a flat iron without damaging your hair.

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  59. Love that you don't have to use a straightener anymore!

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  61. hairfree uses ceramic technology which creates
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  66. I love the way you clean these brushes it is so easy.

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  67. There was a lot of info about high heat involved with hair dryers and flat/curling irons. What caught my attention related to how using these products equated to 'burning' your hair and the damage would accumulate with each use

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  69. I found that they use ceramic plates to evenly distribute heat and promote smooth and undamaged hair. :)

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  72. oops, i guess using a curling iron pretty much destroys my hair. argh! i must have one of these things!
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  75. I learned that "when the brushes were used with a blow dryer the user got the same sleek, shiny, sexy hair style as if they had used a flat/curling iron."

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  76. I am signed up for the hairfree newsletter
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  77. Hairfree offers a 30 day money back satisfaction guarantee on their products. Thanks!

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  85. if within 30 days of purchase you are not completely satisfied with the performance of hairfreé™ simply return it for your money back. No questions asked.

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  89. "most blow dryers reach a top heat of about 175 degree while the heat generated from a flat/curling iron starts at about 200 degrees and can reach a top heat of upwards to 450 degrees, depending on the make and model of the flat/curling iron."

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  90. I learned that these products can be purchased only over the internet, not currently available in stores.
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  94. I learned that dermatologist Paradi Mirmirani MD spoke to a group about the harmful threat curling irons have on your hair.
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  98. The owner grew up in a house with 6 girls and found that her sisters were constantly using her brushes and leaving them full of hair and leaving her with the chore of cleaning them if she wanted a clean brush. In 2006, she designed the hairfree brushes to solve the nasty problem!

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  102. Flat irons can damage your hair if used daily.

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  110. I learned that this brush Aids against static build-up! Loooove that! Especially during this time of year!
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  117. I learned this:
    hairfreé™ with its ceramic coated plates is making use of the most current hair drying technology and methods.

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  118. I learned that the inventory grew up with 5 sisters and his mom... that's a lot of women in one house!!

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  127. They can only be purchased over the internet.

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  128. I didn't know that a curling iron can get over 450 degrees. Ouch! Thank you for the lovely giveaway.

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  131. Yikes - I learned that most blow dryers reach a top heat of about 175 degree while the heat generated from a flat/curling iron starts at about 200 degrees and can reach a top heat of upwards to 450 degrees.

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  132. Subscribe to hairfree newsletter (with this e-mail).

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  133. I learned that hairfreé™ comes with a 100% money back guarantee.
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  139. I learned that the damage one does to one’s hair does not show right away. The damage continues to manifests itself over a short period of time. Each and every time a flat/curling is used on your hair, your hair is being burned.

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  144. I like that it helps manage static. That's my biggest enemy!

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  145. The inventor came up with the idea of a self cleaning round brush in 2006.

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  146. I learned that damage done to hair doesn't show up right away.
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  147. I love the technique to smooth out wave and curl, I could use that on certain days.

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  149. I learned that when using a flat/curling iron you can inadvertently burn and damage your hair

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  161. The brushes can be used as a regular brush or vent brush

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  162. The brushes eliminate the need for flat irons. I have curly, curly hair and these would be great.

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  163. While some hairstyles come and go, the pin straight style of hair seems to have lasting staying power. There needs to be a way to achieve that without the damage that flat irons often cause. Enter, hairfree brushes! Apparently they achieve the same effect as flatirons without all the damage! Yay!

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