Sunday Independent (Ireland) - Life - - BEAUTY -

I came across this DAFNI hair­brush on the in­ter­net, and hon­estly thought it was a bit of a spoof. It looked kind of too good to be true.

It popped up a few times again, but it wasn’t un­til I saw MUA Lisa Eldridge on Snapchat, us­ing it, that I thought, ‘OK, I’ve got to get my paws on that’, as I trust her judg­ment and she has sim­i­lar hair to me.

So I tracked one down, and then the fun be­gan! The DAFNI Ce­ramic Hair Straight­en­ing Brush, right, €180, avail­able from dafni­ or, is a quick and easy al­ter­na­tive to reg­u­lar straight­en­ers. You sim­ply brush your locks, rather than clamp­ing hair be­tween two burn­ing plates — and you don’t have to sep­a­rate your hair into dif­fer­ent sec­tions. Ain’t no­body got time for that! You sim­ply brush your hair as nor­mal. Go on, google it to see what I’m talk­ing about. Now, it’s noth­ing like a pro­fes­sional blow-dry, but it is su­per quick and easy, and all my friends love it when we’re play­ing Triona’s Hair Sa­lon in my house, up­stairs at my dress­ing ta­ble. Nor­mally af­ter a few drinks. From our re­search, we have found that it works best on the less kinky-haired gals. On thick, dry or un­ruly hair, it’s not so good.

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