Last week, we tried out the Halo Blow Dry Bar and we were impressed. While it didn’t last the way we’d hoped (the next day, the hair spray they’d applied had left me with mushroom hair) it was nice to look great for that day. I’d like to try it again and this time focus on ways to make it last more than a day.
Recently I got one of these. I love it. Tara has a similar one called the Conair Infiniti Pro Spin Air Brush, but hers spins and I just couldn’t get the hang of it. I like this one better. And it gives me salon hair.
What’s great about this brush system is that it’s like a round brush and hair dryer in one. So it’s easier than holding a brush and dryer at the same time. It doesn’t spin, it just acts like a round brush that dries at the same time. What I noticed when they did my hair at the Halo Dry Bar was that they used round brushes to dry my hair, then left them in as the hair cooled. I think this works similarly, because it gives a similar result to the dry bar. You can get some volume while getting out the bumps and frizz. There are also two brush sizes, the larger of the two works better for straightening hair. I find it easy to maneuver it through my hair and it has definitely cut drying time.
You can find this for about $20 – $25 at places like Target and Amazon.