I flat iron my hair on the reg, so you'd think I would have mastered the whole "brush and flat iron" thing by now, right? I'll be honest when I say: not at all
. That's why I've found it's smart to combine both actions into one game-changing hot tool, and you'll find the right one for you in this list of the best straightening hair brushes
. With one of these multitasking gadgets on hand, you can easily jump on board, too.
If you frequently sport your hair sleek and straight, taking a peek through this straightening hair brush guide
could be the one style-simplifying step that de-stresses your morning. After all, having just one of these smart hair styling tools
means not worrying about juggling a handful of them at once. These innovative hairbrush straighteners
do everything that your favorite brush and straightener would do — leaving you with smooth, frizz-free hair that's shiny and detangled.
From a straightening brush
that uses cool steam to flatten your mane to a best-selling straightening brush tool that heats up ASAP (for when you hit snooze a few too many times) and massages your scalp as it straightens your strands, you'll want to snag one of these 2-in-1 hair tools immediately. Trust me, with these must-have hair straightening brushes
, you won't miss the old flat iron days.
FemJolie Hair Straightening Brush, $30, Amazon
This best-selling hair straightening brush
heats up in just seconds, and it's fully equipped with a bright LCD screen for adjusting to the temperature that works best for you — whether you're working with fine curls, thick waves, or something in between. The cord swivels 360 degrees, so you can tackle tough angles with ease, while its silicone bristles gently massage and stimulate your scalp as you straighten for an invigorating styling session miles above your everyday flat iron
. One user, who's a professional hairstylist, raved about this straightening brush, saying it was the best $49 she ever spent on a hair tool. Not sure? You have a 60-day, no-questions-asked money-back guarantee with purchase. Go ahead — get your sleekest style yet in much less time.
Dafni The Original Hair Straightening Ceramic Brush, $66, Amazon
On top of being one of the first-ever hair straightening brushes, the famous Dafni brush is a Bustle-approved option — in fact, one of our editors tried it and totally fell in love with how well it straightened her thick, wavy hair. It heats up in just one minute and maintains a temperature of 365 degrees, allowing you to quickly smooth your hair in a snap. One of the best parts: you're way less likely to burn yourself because any part of the brush that's black is safe to touch, making it easy to tell which areas will be super hot versus cooler.
Apalus Hair Straightening Brush, $20, Amazon
This pretty pale pink straightening brush by Apalus automatically maintains a standard temp of 365 degrees, suitable for all hair types, but it heats all the way up to 450 degrees for thicker or wavier hair that needs an extra burst of temperature. If you're nervous about getting burned, don't fret — the massaging ball tips of each bristle max out at 125 degrees, so you won't wind up burning your scalp or hands. The best part: it features an auto shut-off mechanism, which is perfect if you're the type of person who's always worried you left your straightener on.
This hair brush straightening tool is easily portable because of it's small size, but don't be worry — this thing heats up right away, and is equipped with 23 ceramic heating pieces to let you straighten larger portions of hair all at once. It'll give you professional results without scalding your scalp, and it'll keep hair frizz-free and smooth.
If you have thin or bleached hair, this gentle hair straightener brush has low heat settings and a wide design that will make straightening your hair much faster and a lot less damaging. It also emits negative ions to ensure that hair is smooth and shiny, and will straighten and get rid of knots in under ten minutes.
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