Our hair reflects our mood and personality for the day. So, there should never be an occasion where we are left without our basic tools for hairstyling! Basically all a woman needs to create the best and most suitable hairstyle is a hairdryer and a hairbrush.
With the Jilbere Hot Air Brush Iron, these two essential hair tools are reduced to one handy gadget.
How It Works
The Jilbere Hot Air Brush is a hair dryer and hair styler that comes in one neat package. It is a hollow round brush with holes in between the bristles. It connects to a dryer and when attached, the warm air blown by the dryer comes out through the holes of the hollow round brush to dry your hair as you comb or style.
To straighten and untangle your hair, all you need to do is brush through your hair with the heat setting at maximum. The brushing action will untangle your hair and the warm air blown through the hollow round brush will dry your hair.
For curling and styling, all you need to do is brush and coil your hair around the round brush manually twisting your Jilbere Brush in whatever direction you like, curl inwards to create more body and bounce or curl outwards to make your hair flare out. You can also do both, in combination, to create a fuller dimension.
Based on some Jilbere Hot Air Brush reviews, this product is a great hair “untangler” and straightener. The usual way of straightening and untangling the hair is with the use of a separate hair dryer and a comb or brush. With the hair dryer on one hand and the brush on the other, you have to stretch a batch of hair strands one at time and let the hairdryer warm the full length of the stretched batch of hair.
The Jilbere Hot Air Brush Iron reduces this process to the combing action of one hand. The direct benefit is that you don’t tire easily as your right and left hand can take turns in working on their respective sides. Some say that the Jilbere Hot Air Brush is a good hair “volumizer”. Because it is so easy and convenient to use, you can do it over and over again providing for more body and bounce to your hair.
The handle is a bit bigger than the usual curling iron. While this may look as a disadvantage with the initial perception that it’s a bit unwieldy, it a misconception because it is actually less stressful for the finger and palm muscles to grip and maneuver larger handles.
The construction of the Jilbere Hot Air Brush Iron is a bit bulky creating an impression that it would be impractical to take it along in long trips where travelling light is a necessity. But considering that will already take the place for your hair dryer, the Jilbere Hot Air Brush might still be the most convenient hair tool to bring along even with its box to protect the bristles.
Again, based on some Jilbere Hot Air Brush reviews published online, some customers said that the bristles on the brush could not accommodate long thick hair and can’t do very much in styling them. For these women, their Jilbere Hair Brush only served the purpose of a bang styler.
This air brush can only provide body and volume to your hair but it cannot create intricate curls. A lot of it has to do with the way you release your hair from the coiling. With the ordinary curling irons and non-bristled curling rods, you can release the coiled set hair by sliding them towards the tip of the rod thereby keeping much of the curl.
With the Jilbere Hair Brush, you have to release the coiled batch of hair by rolling them back to straight position to break loose from the bristles. This process removes a lot of the curl and reduces it to a slight wave.
Now for the more serious problems, most women who bought the Jilbere Hot Air Brush Iron immediately noticed that the air its emitting is hotter than the normal hair dryer so there is a bit of discomfort. Some customers also reported that their unit eventually over heated which proves the suspicion that the Jilbere Hair Brush cannot handle its own heating capacity. For some units, the bristles melted because of too much heat.
Now, this is a very serious matter because more than just the issue of a malfunction or inferior material, this can also lead to hair damage. If plastic bristles cannot stand the heat that the Jilbere Brush is producing, the human hair may be burned from its use.
Should You Buy It?
There are a lot of customers who are saying that the Jilbere Hot Air Brush Iron is a good buy. But, there are also a significant number of complaints about its heating feature and it may be too hot for your hair as well. So, the final verdict is this – consider the product as an option but proceed with caution.