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Does anyone have this product? I have been t emoted to order it from Costco while it is $15 off, but some of the reviews say it has no temperature control. How hot does it get and is it safe for fine hair? 

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Re: Revlon stying/ dryer brush


@Trailrun23 wrote:

Does anyone have this product? I have been t emoted to order it from Costco while it is $15 off, but some of the reviews say it has no temperature control. How hot does it get and is it safe for fine hair? 


I have it and really love using it!  My hair is a fine straight bob and it makes styling easier than using a dryer with round brush.  My hiar really comes out very smooth.

 

There is a low setting and a second high setting that is cool.

 

However I make sure to use a heat protecting product so my hair doesn't dry out.

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Re: Revlon stying/ dryer brush

I use it on my fine hair, but it does get hot. I only use on my hair when it’s about 75% dry, I don’t use it every day, and I use heat protectant every time I use heat on my hair.
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Re: Revlon stying/ dryer brush

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I have one and seems safe on fine hair....I use the highest setting which isn't too hot .....the setting are cool..low.. and high... 

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Re: Revlon stying/ dryer brush

I have two Revlon Styles Dryers. One the brush disconnects from the handle. That was a newer version and one that is the older version. I like them both. Both have multiple heat choices but I use on low. I am very pleased with mine. It dries your hair fast and leaves it shiny.

 

I think this one on Costco is a good deal and smaller diameter. I would buy it. If you don't like it you can return it.

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Re: Revlon stying/ dryer brush

I have one and love it. If I'm running short on time I partially blow dry first and then use it. Makes your hair smooth and gives it lots of shine. 

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Re: Revlon stying/ dryer brush


@Trailrun23 wrote:

Does anyone have this product? I have been t emoted to order it from Costco while it is $15 off, but some of the reviews say it has no temperature control. How hot does it get and is it safe for fine hair? 


@Trailrun23 

 

Probably a good idea to get it sooner than later once you make your decision, Revlon has declared bankruptcy.  

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@elated wrote:

I have two Revlon Styles Dryers. One the brush disconnects from the handle. That was a newer version and one that is the older version. I like them both. Both have multiple heat choices but I use on low. I am very pleased with mine. It dries your hair fast and leaves it shiny.

 

I think this one on Costco is a good deal and smaller diameter. I would buy it. If you don't like it you can return it.


I ordered the newer version w/ the more oval shaped brush and did not find it worked well for my long hair (several inches below shoulders). I purchased it from HSN on a deal and sent it back. I should have gone w/ the original round brush and I will look at the one from COSTCO to see what size of brush head it has.

 

The newer version had several temp levels and I found the lowest was warm enough for me w/o feeling like it was too hot. Based on suggestions from other folks on the board, I did let my hair get about 80% dry before using.

 

If you buy one I hope you like it.

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Re: Revlon stying/ dryer brush


@rockygems123 wrote:

@Trailrun23 wrote:

Does anyone have this product? I have been t emoted to order it from Costco while it is $15 off, but some of the reviews say it has no temperature control. How hot does it get and is it safe for fine hair? 


@Trailrun23 

 

Probably a good idea to get it sooner than later once you make your decision, Revlon has declared bankruptcy.  


They filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy which is a reorganization. It is protection from creditors given to a company in difficult financial situations to give them a limited time to reorganize.

 

Chapter 7 is liquidation of assets to creditors. This when the business is closed.

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Re: Revlon stying/ dryer brush

Try it. Costco will take it back if it doesn't work for you. I use a smoothing product first (Olaplex #6) and another heat protectant from Kerastase and wait until my hair is about 50% dry.  As I live in the Sonoran Desert, that drying happens fast and I can't wait too long or my hair curls or frizzes. I love this thing! It's saved me from using the flat iron so often.