Saturday, November 26

Hair Styling: Babyliss Big Hair

Hello everyone, I am back! I've been a bit lazy lately and have been too bogged down with college work to even think about blogging. I have really missed posting as it's my main hobby.. and life gets awfully boring when all you're doing is college essays and sketchbooks.. anyway.. onto the blog post!

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The Babyliss Big Hair is an Airstyler tool that uses a multi-directional rotating bristle brush to add volume and shine to hair. The large ceramic mechanism (which looks a little daunting at first glance) dries your hair as you brush it, adding heaps of volume to the roots. It's built in 700W hair dryer creates fullness and body, but also adds amazing shine while getting rid of those pesky fly aways.

I have been trialing this for quite some time now and although it look quite a while to get used to it, I've finally figured it out! At first I thought it was some sort of hair-eating monster but after a few good hours of testing I've been given great results. I usually dry my hair 1/3 of the way before using this tool just because my hair is extremely thick (even if it doesn't look it), and then brush through in three sections. Bottom, Middle, and then Top/Fringe. It's so simple!

The styler has 2 different heat settings plus a cool setting. It's also got 2 rotation speeds- one for the wimp, and one for more adventurous. The brush also rotate in two different ways for easy use on both sides of your head. It's super easy to use and has a long cord that turns to prevent the awkward 'I'm stuck in the cord' scenario. You also get a protective shield which covers the bristle brush, therefore stopping it getting mangled or bent. Perfecto.

 

The Babyliss Big Hair Styler retails for £42.97 at Tesco Direct, where you can also pick up a good few points if you use your cheeky clubcard!

I recieved this product to review, however this does not effect my opinion whatsoever. All opinions are my own.

11 comments:

  1. Just waiting for my Mom to invest in one of these ;) haha, great review :) xx

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  2. Sounds like a good investment!
    Sophie
    x

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  3. Great review! would love to see some pics of the end results! ;)

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  4. This sounds really good and its actually quite a good price too!
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  5. So desperate to buy this! Nearly did not too long ago but ended up purchasing the Waving Wand instead! A little pricey but sounds like its well worth it, I think I might put this on my Christmas list! :-) x

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  6. I've got this on my Christmas list! My friend's got it and she loves it. It sounds brilliant xxx

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  7. Oooh! Interesting...

    Fancy doing a cheeky little tutorial video? Haha :)

    Natalie x

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  8. I've seen loads of reviews about this this atm, it sounds great, maybe a video on how you use it?

    Lucy
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    xx

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  9. Oooh this looks really interesting :) I would love to see what your hair looks like after you've used it :)xxx

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  11. Seems like a great product, I would love to try it. I'm always looking for new hairstyling tools, I love changing up my hair! <3 :)

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