Last Friday I got the chance to try Dafni, the hair straightening brush that’s at the centre of lots of intrigue and attention. I only had a quick go but I really liked it. Though it can certainly be used to retouch and refresh, it’s best to use it on hair that’s clean, dry and sectioned to get the most out of it. My hair was slightly dirty and I ran the brush through quickly without dividing it up and I still got very good results.
The purple part of the brush is ceramic and heats up. The black bristles you see in the pictures sticking out of the purple points don’t heat up and are retractable. This means you can get the heated part very close to the scalp but without it touching so there’s no risk of burning whatsoever.
If I hadn’t recently bought new straighteners I’d be really tempted to get this instead. I think the price directly from Dafni is £140. but they sold out in 24 hours and have now opened a waiting list. However, QVC will have them as a TSV (at a third off I think) and they’ll become available from midnight on 15/16th March.
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