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John Frieda Salon Shape 1.5 Inch Hot Air Brush
- Advanced ionic technology provides up to 50% more ions
- 2 heat settings plus cool setting
- Titanium ceramic coated barrel
- Enhanced air control
- Swivel cord
- The airflow is minimized for styling
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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
Top Customer Reviews
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4 years ago my trusty old conair dryer brush fell apart. I've been through 3 dryer brushes since then, none of which worked worth a darn, and didn't hold out much hope of finding one at all that would work with my thick longish hair.
Well...my hair looks fabulous...BETTER than when I get it done at the salon. Seems no one at the salon ever listens to me and does my hair *exactly* the way I like it. Don't have to worry about that anymore. I can go back to doing it myself, and it looks just the way I want it. My hair is slightly curly and when left to air dry, it gets frizzy...and if they don't dry it COMPLETELY at the salon...it gets frizzy. No worries with this - I dry it until it slips through the bristles like silk and I know it's perfect. The bristles on this brush are really great with my hair. Most of the ones I've tried in the past few years have "hair type bristles" that will not go all the way through my hair and are a real pain. The bristles on this are a combination of hair and hard plastic bristles...exactly what is needed for thick hair...they work great.
I saw where several people complained about the controls...I didn't find that to be a problem for me at all. They are right at the perfect place where I can easily slide it from low to high or to cool. I usually only use high anyway, but I didn't think it was an issue.
I will post a video review when I get time.
LOVE this product!
*ADDED COMMENT* January 15, 2015: I am still using this dryer brush and still love it! I am purchasing one for my Mom, in fact.Read more ›
I'm no beginner when it comes to hair tools but I've never been able to master the art of a blow dryer and a round brush. Randomly I ran across this product as well as the Conair Infinitipro styler. Initially I thought this rotated like the Conair version but it does not. Turns out what I thought I wanted doesn't work like I expected and the John Frieda version is much, much better.
If you don't want to read the whole review the bottom line is this: For a true salon quality looking blow out, go with the John Frieda device and NOT the Conair rotating hair brush.
---- After several comments, I'd like to add that your mileage will probably vary according to your hair type. I have long (mid-back), semi-thick wavy hair. This may have something to do with why the different stylers had such different results. The Conair just couldn't get through my hair----
I did a (literal) side by side comparison of the Infinitipro Spin Air Rotating Styler, Black and the John Frieda JFHA5 Hot Air Brush, 1.5 inch. Let's just say after 30 minutes or so on one side with the Infinitipro brush, I gave up. That was even on the side that I typically find easier to style.Read more ›
I got tired of trying to do a professional blowout on myself using my hair dryer with a regular round bush. My hair always came out frizzy, burnt, and just dead. After searching for a hot air brush I came upon the John Frieda brand and was amazed by the reviews, so I decided to give it a try. When the product finally arrived I was so happy! I tried it right away. I recommend letting your hair air dry first and foremost. If you're like me and it takes your roots forever to dry then go ahead and use your regular hair dryer with the flat nozzle thingy to dry your scalp first and just let it air dry. I was extremely happy with how easy it is to use.
A little tip to all you ladies having trouble achieving volume, waves, etc. it all depends on how your hair is cut and don't forget to divide your hair in sections! I had long hair and was having trouble getting volume.I asked my hair dresser to give me a cut with lots of layers and volume and once I blow dry it I am always pleased with the results. At times I even do the Kate Middleton blowout! I even attached a picture of my every day hair using the hot brush.
I even took it with me to Mexico this May only to sell it to my aunt because she was just as amazed as I was.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had to return because it would not dry my medium thick hair. I prefer my old Conair Infinity Pro. Amazon lists the Infinity Pro at 700 watts and this John Frieda at 500 watts. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Stephanie Jakus
I like it but I have pretty straight hair already...its not really that effective for curly hair.Published 4 days ago by christina
Cuts on and off while in use after 2 months of use. Very frustrating!!!!!Published 4 days ago by AmazonFan