Diamonds in a hairbrush? Yes, it's true. This straightening brush has diamond-infused ceramic panels that remove any curls. Combined with a 400-degree Fahrenheit high heat, it eliminates frizz and leaves hair with a natural, healthy shine. No shine sprays required. And it's great for last-minute straightening sessions thanks to the quick heating element.
Conair Infiniti Pro Diamond-Infused Ceramic Hot Paddle Straightening Brush, $39.99 at Target
Get straight strands in any location with this portable styling tool. It's perfect for travelers thanks to its lightweight and compact design. It also comes in a sleek case that fits easily into any carry-on or overnight bag. The heated styling tool has a detachable cable and dual voltage capacity, making it perfect for international travel. And it stands up to other heavier duty brushes thanks to Smart 3D Technology that allows the brush to maintain an optimal temperature of 365 degrees Fahrenheit. It also has 10 times the surface area of a traditional flatiron for a quicker styling session.
Dafni Go Hair Straightening Brush, $99.99 at Ulta
Heated Styling Brush
There's actually nothing negative about this ionic straightening brush. The negative ions combined with ceramic plates help smooth even the unruliest of curls. Just like the name implies, the brush heats up almost instantly and it's able to reach a maximum temperature of 446 degrees Fahrenheit. As it straightens, it gently massages the scalp without burning it. It's the perfect option for busy girl bosses.
Beautyko Thirty Second Negative Ion Hair Straightening Brush, $25.64 at Walmart
Brushing hair just got even more effective thanks to this styling tool. It heats up in 30 seconds, so users can take advantage of the ceramic brush's straightening function ASAP. And there's no need to worry about awkward kinks or bumps because the tool doesn't clamp hair. Choose between pale pink and white designs.
StraightFix 2-in-1 Hair Straightening Brush, $69.95 at StraightFix
Sleek and Straight
It doesn't matter whether hair is straight, wavy, curly or coiled, this straightening brush will get rid of flyaways as it straightens strands. It is designed with infrared heat and double anion spray technology, which ensure mega shine minus the frizz. It reaches a hot 450 degrees Fahrenheit, but can be adjusted to the optimal temperature for each head of hair. And there's no need to stress about forgetting to shut it off. The clever tool automatically shuts off after an hour. Phew.
Frizz and flyaways be gone! This digital hair straightening brush heats up in two to four minutes. The three-in-one design functions as a ceramic iron straightener, detangling brush and anion hair massager. The result is a brush that smooths waves while massaging — as opposed to burning — the scalp. It has an anti-scald design and it even has an anti-static finish, so there's no need to keep the frizz serum handy.
Coastacloud Digital LCD Electric Hair Straightening Brush, $22.99 at Walmart
This brush is hot, hot, hot thanks to the bold pink color and the 450 degree Fahrenheit maximum temperature. It's made with heat-retaining ceramic plates and utilizes infrared heat to tame frizz and curls. It has five different heat settings and a digital display to ensure the correct temperature for each hair type. The rubber-tipped, flexible bristles ensure that the brush glides through strands without getting caught. And international travelers will be happy to know that it has dual voltage capacity.
Eva NYC Healthy Heat Straightening Brush, $60 at Target
One part straightener, one part hairbrush, this hybrid styling tool successfully merges the two together. It's also different from a lot of tools because it's steam powered. Fill it up with filtered water, then watch as the steam adds shine, while the heated ceramic bristles help get locks pin-straight. It heats up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit, so it's just as powerful as other electric styling tools.
Ion Steam Pro Straightening Brush Iron, $79.99 at Sally Beauty
For Straight Strands
Sick of how long it takes to straighten hair? Well, this brush that straightens hair does it in half the time of a flatiron thanks to the wide, ceramic, heated plates and ionic bristles. Run the brush over a section of hair and it will smooth away kinks in one stroke. The effective tool has a swivel cord and cool-tip bristles for a smooth application. It also has seven different heat settings that range from 330 degrees Fahrenheit to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.
InStyler STRAIGHT UP Ceramic Straightening Brush, $59.99 at Ulta
Professional Straightening Brush
Get shiny, smooth strands simply by brushing your hair. The secret is this heated styling brush. The 100 percent titanium ceramic brush plates make quick work of unruly strands. The digital control allows users to choose a temperature between 330 degrees Fahrenheit and 450 degrees Fahrenheit. The 360-degree, no tangle cord makes the tool as easy to handle as a manual brush. And there's no need to go back home to ensure it is turned off. It has a safety 30-minute auto shutoff.
ISA Professional Original Digital Hair Straightener Straightening Brush, $119 at ISA Professional
Sleek Styling Tool
Get a great brush that straightens hair for under $50. The easy-to-use styling tool reduces frizz in less time than a flatiron because of its ionic ceramic bristles. Try it on any hair type and see what a difference it makes to even the most unruly strands. It reaches a maximum temperature of 383 degrees Fahrenheit, so it's powerful enough to smooth waves, but it won't scorch them.
Esplee Hot N Straight Hair Straightening Brush, $39.99 at Target
It's not just the pretty turquoise color that makes this straightening brush brilliant. The tourmaline-infused ceramic plates result in super smooth strands. It can get as hot as 450 degrees Fahrenheit, but can be set to maintain temperatures for textured hair or thick and wavy tresses. And there's less chance of burning fingers or necks thanks to the clever anti-scald design.
Head Kandy Straightening Brush 2.0, $74.99 at Head Kandy
All-in-One Hair Tool
It's not necessary to have a drawer full of styling tools with this handy all-in-one brush. Say goodbye to blowdryers, flatirons and nonheated brushes because this versatile tool does the job of all three and more. Unlike many other heated straightening brushes, it's OK to be used on wet hair. It uses ion technology, so hair dries up to 50 percent faster. Choose between three heat settings for silky, shiny hair.
Hot Shot Tools All in One Hair Dryer & Styler, $59.99 at Sally Beauty
Super Speedy Styling
Still not ready to give up that beloved flatiron? This brush that straightens hair will be the game changer. It claims to smooth out strands 10 times faster than a traditional flatiron. And all users have to do is run the brush over their hair. The ceramic brush head is surrounded by plastic heat-insulted bristles that remove kinks and coils, but won't burn scalps.
Luma Classic Luma, $69.99 at Luma
Easy-to-Use Hair Tool
We've seen the styling tool work its magic on TV, now it's time to see what it can do in real life. Every bristle has been wrapped in ceramic and finished with a silicone tip for optimum strand smoothness. After blowdrying, run the heated brush over strands to straighten them out. The ceramic straightening brush hits a maximum temperature of 450 degrees Fahrenheit, but it won't damage hair.
Simply Straight Ceramic Straightening Brush, $19.99 at Target
Get Straight Hair
There's no need to spend ages straightening hair. This heated styling brush significantly reduces styling time. It takes less than a minute to reach 365 degrees Fahrenheit and it can be adjusted between six different temperature levels depending on hair type. There's less chance of burned fingers thanks to the patented CE- and FCC-certified design that is meant to prevent scalding. The electric brush also has a soft silicone head to reduce scalp burns.
AsaVea Portable Electric Hair Straightening Brush 3.1, $37.99 at Walmart
Press the plus and minus icons on this sleek styling tool to set it to the correct temperature for hair. It toggles between Fahrenheit and Celsius with 10 different settings between 365 degrees Fahrenheit and 450 degrees Fahrenheit. The 360-degree swivel cord makes it easy to maneuver around heads, including the backs of them. And there's no need to stress because the hot styling tool turns off after an hour of not being used.
Acuvar Straightener Professional Electric Heated Hair Straightening Brush, $14.99 at Walmart
When searching for a brush that straightens hair, flatirons are the go-to tool for many of us. They aren’t our only option, though. Straightening brushes are another brilliant styling tool that turn untamed strands into sleek and smooth ones.
A straightening brush is the high-tech version of a standard hairbrush. Instead of just removing knots and grooming strands, straightening brushes utilize the power of heat to straighten hair like a flatiron. While it may initially seem weird to plug in a hairbrush, the sleek finish the heated tool produces will be enough to convince you to switch to a brush that straightens hair. The trade-off isn’t that difficult considering the technique for using a straightening brush is very similar to using a flatiron.
To use a heated straightening brush, start with dry hair. Divide it into sections, then apply a heat protectant product before running the hot brush slowly down hair from root to tip. Try to move the straightening brush at the same speed as a flatiron as opposed to a traditional brush. Repeat if necessary before continuing to straighten the other sections.
One of the big advantages of a brush that straightens hair is that it smooths tresses much faster than flatirons thanks to the larger plates. And there’s no need to worry about clamping a piece of hair between two plates because of the tool’s open design. That means there’s less chance of awkward bends or indents in the finished look.
Brushes that straighten hair are also suitable for all hair types. They are designed to be able to glide through different hair textures without snagging or getting caught. The vast majority of hot straightening brushes also have different temperature settings depending on whether hair is fine, wavy, curly or textured. So, put down that flatiron and give one of these straightening brushes a try.
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