Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Review: Remington Keratin Therapy Pro Volume Styler


This, ladies and gentlemen, is the Remington Keratin Therapy Pro Volume styler brush thing, and I absolutely adore it.  It is a simple styling brush with a keratin treated ceramic barrel, and it's so easy to use even someone with no hair styling skill (like me) can get smooth hair with great volume.


It boasts two heat settings; 120 degrees, and 180 degrees, and it takes a couple of minutes to get to maximum temperature.  The black switch you can see just above the power light tunes down the tension in the brush head, allowing it to spin around easily, which helps to get it out of the hair if you've wound the hair tightly round the barrel to create curls or volume.

I've really been enjoying using this tool and will continue to do so because it's just so easy!  I don't really like the poker-straight straightening iron look but I did like how low-effort it was to achieve - the Pro Volume styler makes bouncy, flicky hair just as easy as straightening.  I just take small to medium sections of hair, brush them through quickly, and then wrap the strand around the barrel, holding it either horizontally for gentle curls or vertically for bouncy smoothness.  


Hair is left incredibly shiny and smooth after use, and since I've started using it more than one eagle-eyed friend has said that it looks like it's been blow dried by a professional.  Impressive stuff.

At just £27.99, this little styling tool is a bargain, and I will happily recommend it to everyone I know.  Find it at Boots, and other high street electrical retailers.

Disclosure: PR sample

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