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Brushlove!

I was recently sent some hairbrushes and I am usually pretty nonplussed by the brushes I try. They all work but its hard to find a stand out from the pack. Well Brushlove has proved me wrong, I was just sent some cool new brushes from the BrushLab line and was happily surprised.

I have very thick, fine and curly hair so I am left with a huge pile of tangles after I wash my hair. Most brushes do the job but I can get a lot of breakage while I brush or it just takes forever. The standout of the BrushLab line for me has to be  their BrushLab Fresh Square Cushion Hair Brush. Now I don’t know much about the science of making a great hair brush but this brush glides through my hair detangling it and manages to quickly work out the tangles without taking half of my hair in the process!

The BrushLab Cermaic Jumbo and Thermal round make hot styling  a cinch. I don’t heat style often but I did give these brushes a trial run and it helped straighten my hair and distribute the heat evenly shaving a chunk of time from the styling process. 

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BrushLab Fresh Square Cushion Hair Brush 

Large square shaped cushion hair brush with nylon ball-tipped pins.

$10.98

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BrushLab {Fresh} Thermal Round Large Hair Brush

Ceramic-infused thermal barrel with heat resistant nylon bristles. Curl and style with hair dryer for salon quality.

$11.98

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Brushlab Orange Ceramic Thermal Jumbo Hair Brush

Ceramic-infused thermal barrel hair brush with heat resistant nylon bristles and a soft, massaging grip. Curl and style with hairdryer.

Barrel Size: 2.5″

$12.98

You can see these and more great brushes at www.BrushLove.com

*** Special for MakeHerUp readers! BrushLove is running a online survey where five lucky winners will get a free PING Digital Hair Iron ($159.99 retail).*** You can fill out the survey to win here

Steal this look: Gisele Bunchen’s sexy bedhead

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You might not be able to afford the designer clothes or luxe getaways but now you can at least steal the look of Giselle’s sexy bedhead. Glamour magazine has tips from the pros for do it yourself!

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Want bedhead hair? Try sleeping.

Who doesn’t want Gisele’s perfectly sexy “I just got out of bed with Tom” unkempt waves? (Some of us might not mind the Tom part of the equation either, but let’s stick to hair for now.) Turns out the secret is rolling around in bed! “I tell her to wash her hair the night before an event instead of that morning,” says her stylist, Harry Josh. “This way, she sleeps on it and gets a good matted bedhead-y texture.” To prepare her hair for an event, Josh uses a giant iron—the biggest you can find—on her second-day hair to give it a bit of bend, along with dry shampoo (like Klorane’s version) to give it fullness, adding some John Frieda Thermal Frizz Ease Serum on the ends to create a little shine and separation between the waves.

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Love it or Hate it: Blake Lively’s hair

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I thought Blake Lively’s dress at last night’s Emmy Awards was beautiful, but her HAIR! UGH! I thought it looked terrible!  The braid is just weird looking! It’s too thick, and too high. I thought her hair would have been so beautiful down, and curly – but this look was a hot mess (at least I thought so).

What did you think?

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Fashion Week Hair Secrets Revealed

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A chic bun is a great style for any hair type, any event and any outfit. The only issue is keeping the bun to stay put.

Celebrity hair stylist, Philip Pelusi and his Tela design team created chic little chignons for Caroline Seikaly’s Mercedes Benz fashion week presentation at Tela Design Studios.

The secret, according to Philip Pelusi, is to spray the length of your hair/ponytail with holding spray before twisting your hair into bun. The hairspray gives texture to the strands, allowing them to be easily manipulated. Most people spray the bun after, when they are already have the hair pinned and set, this is a much less affective method in keeping the hair to stay in place.

Who knew?

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