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John Frieda JFHA5 Hot Air Brush
Yet another extraordinary hair-styling tool from John Frieda
Transform your hair with the NEW Hot Air Brush (JFHA5) from the experts at John Frieda. This premium Hot Air brush features advanced ionic power and gives volume and shine to your hair while it simultaneously dries each strand. Instant heat up makes drying fast and safe all while delivering high heat. It's convenient and easy to use.
A premium hot air hair brush that creates luscious styles of volume and shine
This premium 500-watt hot air brush creates luscious volume with a 1-1/2-inch titanium ceramic-coated barrel.
The tangle-free anti-static bristles work through your hair eliminating the moisture out of each individual strand.
Advance Ionic Technology for healthy, smooth results
Designed with advanced ionic technology, generates up to 50% more ions, the JFHA5 allows you to achieve smooth, frizz-free hair that is shiny and more manageable.
A lightweight and comfortable design
The JFHA5's lightweight, ergonomic design makes it easy to use from any angle. Whether you have long hair or a short cut, the JFHA5 is well-balanced for easy movement, and the contoured handle makes it comfortable to grip even for long periods of time.
Size: 1.5 inch
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Best for shorter hair, have the 1 1/2 inch, love it too, depends on length of hair. My hair is chin length bob with layers and bangsPublished 4 hours ago by lisa ross
I've been using this for over a year now. While it may not make styling your hair quite as easy as the ad says, it is a good tool to have in my hair care arsenal. Read morePublished 1 day ago by BSis2
This really works! My hair can be hard to style due to multiple cowlicks, and using this has made my mornings great! I recommend this.Published 1 day ago by Katherine Hogsten
This is really a smoothing tool. I had an old Conair that worked to finish drying and styling at the same time with some curl. Read morePublished 3 days ago by K. Haynie
I have bought this hot air brush twice and both have burned out after only a few months of use. I never use it on wet hair, only damp hair for styling, not drying. Read morePublished 3 days ago by VWOLF