Simply Straight is a ceramic hairbrush that promises it will give you perfectly straight salon-quality hairstyle in just minutes. Simply Straight boasts it combines the power of a flat iron with the gentle styling of a brush and adds it straightens your frizzy hair with just one pass, saving you time.
What’s so hot about Simply Straight Brush that makes it so great for straightening my hair?
Simply Straight Brush is a flat oval-shaped electric bristle brush that claims using it is as easy as brushing your hair. Simply Straight Brush claims its secret is that each bristle is wrapped in a ceramic coating, which they claim allows it to lift hair at the root and deliver gentle heat around every strand.
Simply Straight Brush boasts that this prevents the brush from flattening or frying your hair and will make it healthy, shiny, loaded with volume, and most important of all, straight with just one pass.
Simply Straight Brush states it’s perfect for all types or lengths of hair and will tame unruly curls or frizz, allowing you to change your look in just minutes and without the expense of a salon or damage from a flat iron.
How much do they charge me for a Simply Straight Brush frizz-busting hairbrush?
Simply Straight Brush offers their ceramic hair straightening brush for 2 payments of $19.99 plus $6.99 processing and handling for a total of $46.97 (you can also pay for the whole thing at once). In addition, the default order adds a 2nd Simply Straight Brush for another $6.99 in fees so if you only want another one you need to un-check the “YES!” box.
Is there a money back guarantee for my Simply Straight Brush?
Yes. Simply Straight Brush offers a 60-day money back guarantee. It should be noted that this does not include the processing and handling fees for either brush, nor what it will cost you to ship them back to them.
If you would like to reach Simply Straight Brush customer service call 800-613-0526 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an RMA in order to send it back to them.
Bottom Line: Is Simply Straight Brush a great brush that will help me straighten my hair quickly without damaging it?
Maybe. Simply Straight Brush is still new as of this writing so there aren’t any reviews yet from people who bought it. But there are a few things we can tell you about ceramic brushes like these.
Generally speaking, ceramic brushes are great for straightening hair and getting rid of frizz because they heat up quickly, have a constant even temperature, and emit negative ions, which help eliminate static electricity and reduce frizz.
However, not all ceramic brushes are created equal. You should opt for a brush with ceramic plates, not just a ceramic coating and many stylists recommend ceramic brushes that also include tourmaline for an even better straightening effect. Other features you may want in a ceramic brush include adjustable temperature settings, a digital display, and an auto shut-off.
Simply Straight Brush only has a ceramic coating (with no tourmaline), one temperature setting, and no auto shut-off. They also don’t say how hot it can get (usually ones that reach 450 degrees are best).
There are many different choices when it comes to hair straightening brushes – they can be flat, round, have two flat brushes clamped together, or even a motorized rotating barrel.
We suggest searching sites like Amazon.com for straightening brushes that have the best reviews as well as talking to your hair stylist and getting suggestions from friends. Keep in mind your budget and shop and compare features.
If you do decide to give Simply Straight Brush a try, we suggest looking for it at your local CVS, Walgreens, or any other retailer that sells “As Seen On TV” products. This will save you any shipping fees, long wait times for it to arrive, and if it is a piece of crap you can take it back and have a no-hassle return. And please let us and our wonderful readers know how well it works for you by giving it a rating and writing a review below!
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