Babyliss LISS Brush 3D

Babyliss LISS Brush 3D

I enjoy getting dolled up as much as the next person. However, I much prefer it when time spent doing so can be reduced to an absolute minimum. Multifunctional tools are a great timesaver making them the nifty gadgets every women needs in their beauty arsenal. The Babyliss Liss Brush 3D is one such gadget I have had the pleasure of using over the course of the week and this is why you need to pick up your own this season.

At first glance, it looks like your everyday detangling hair brush but of course, it’s a lot more than just that. The Babyliss LISS Brush 3D is designed to quickly straighten and smooth out hair without damaging or pulling it. But can it really save me an entire step whilst styling? The answer is yes, and no. It boils down to what sort of look you are trying to achieve. I have a plethora of wigs but more often than not, I go for the sleek, straight look. Sometimes though, dragging a straightener through my tresses is something I don’t always have time for. In the same breath, miniature bumps and kinks that may come about 3 to 4 days after straightening with a flat iron can be a nuisance. It’s why such an innovation is a big deal. Watch the video below to get an idea of how it works…

Before delving into my experience with the brush, there are a few technical details you should know. Firstly, it should be used on clean, completely dry hair. It has three heat settings: 180°C, 190°C and 200°C. I have found that it’s most effective on the 200°C setting. There are 126 bristles on this tool as well as a large brush head meaning you can achieve the style you want a lot faster than normal straightening tools. Most importantly, the technology used is Advanced Ceramics™ which allows for the brush to heat up incredibly fast while also maintaining a consistent temperature throughout your styling routine.

So, what was my experience with the Babyliss LISS Brush 3D? Well, it definitely delivers on what it promises. I put it to the test whilst rocking a 30 inch unit which had some loose waves added to it. I’m a fan of the disheveled, beach wave look so very tight curls aren’t exactly appealing to me. A day after having added some loose curls to my unit, I smoothed my hair out and the result was voluminous, sleekness.

If you’re a fan of the bone-straight look, you’ll probably want to reach for a straightener after smoothing your locks out. But still, for the average woman, the Babyliss LISS Brush 3D does a phenomenal job if you are simply looking to detangle and smooth out frizz. it’s available at Clicks stores and Clicks online for R$$$.

Do you think this is a hairstyling tool your beauty cupboard is missing?