That's the only logical explanation I can come up with.
Regardless of how it does it, it works wonders (wonders I say!) on my hair. I have coarse hair, even when it's been through the flat iron it's not silky. It just sits there in coarse chunks (eww, that's gross).
If I pile on the products and flat iron each and every section at a very high heat, I could probably get it to do the same thing this brush does. But why do all of that when I can simply run this brush through my hair while blow drying? Seriously, it's smoother than after I use a straightener and saves my hair from all that heat damage!
The even greater thing about it is I can twirl the brush while drying (with other brushes a "twirl" consists of turning off the dryer, setting it down, moving the brush, picking the dryer up, turning it on again...and repeat).
Here's a before and after picture for proof...
|During (with a blow dryer)|
|After! (Cheesy grin)|
|Smoother than after I straighten it!|
If you have a hard time getting the right kind of blow-out, or if you have to straighten your hair after blow drying - this brush is for you.
If you find that after blow drying, you have little fly away hairs that stick up - this brush is for you.
If you've always secretly craved shiny flat super model hair - this brush is for you.
It's probably not for you if your hair is super fine. But you probably only spend 3 minutes under the hair dryer so you can go ahead and parade THAT around town.
(This is not a paid advertisement, but if the makers of "Marilyn Flatter Me Too" brush would like to send me a check, I'd be ok with that).