JML Simply Straight Brush Review

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I remember when these brushes first came out and I really wanted one but I wasn’t sold on whether or not they would actually straighten my hair. In the end I never ended up getting one as I didn’t want to blow £40.00 on a product I may not use. When I was browsing my local boots with a gift card I got for Christmas, I saw the JML stand and this heated brush was priced at £20.00. Long story short, I brought it and here’s how I got on.

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As you can see my hair is naturally quite straight and just usually has the odd kink from air drying after washing my hair. It is quite thick, more so since I started dying it and comes to my mid back. To get super sleek straight her I would normally use my GHD’s which iron my hair at 185 degrees celcuis. I’ve had these for years and skeptical as to how the JML brush would match the results I get from them.

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I plugged in the brush and turned it on. It has 3 heat settings of 150, 160 or 185 degrees celcius. I decided to go with the lowest heat first to test it out. You have to wait a couple of minutes for the brush to heat up. The thing I didn’t like about this was that there’s no indication when the brush had reached that temperature, whereas my other straightners would beep and flash.

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Once 2 minutes had past I started to straighten my hair. I made sure my hair was combed and tangled free first. Unlike a regular hair brush, I made sure the bristles were facing outwards and away from my scalp.

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The lowest heat setting left my hair still with waves in, even after I went over it a few times. My hair had ironed out slightly but didn’t look as though it had been particularly ‘straightened’. I then tried the next heat setting which is 160 degrees celcius. This was better than the other setting but still didn’t manage to create that sleek straight look.

Fianlly, I went for the highest heat setting of 185 degrees celcius and was quite impressed. My hair was straightened but still had volume and didn’t look flat.

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The ends of your hair are hard to straighten which meant they still look frizzy. If you have curly hair, I think you would possibly struggle using the JML brush. They would be a good alternative to my GHDs when I just want to tidy my hair up a bit without being bothered if it’s ironed or not. I would use the 160 degrees heat setting as this is 25 degrees cooler so wouldn’t be as damaging to my hair.

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This did take me a bit longer to straighten my hair than normally but with a bit of practice, I’m sure I could knock a few minutes off the time. I am pleased with my purchase however and will continue to use these.

The JML Simply Straight Brush can be purchased from here at either

Boots
Amazon

I hope you enjoyed this review. Thanks for reading XOXO.

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9 thoughts on “JML Simply Straight Brush Review

  1. I’ve also wanted to try this but not wanted to spend the money on something I don’t think could control my hair. I think for people like you that already have fairly straight hair it’s a great alternative to straighteners though 😊

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      1. Most likely 😊 my niece has beautiful, long, thick, straight hair and everytime I see her I want to cut it off and make a wig for myself. As of yet she’s refused me. Selfish bugga 😉

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  2. Thank you for the review! I’ve always wondered exactly how these work and if they are a gimmick or not! Btw, we have nominated you for a liebster award! You can see the latest post on our blog if you want to participate!

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