FHI heat brushes… Do they work?

You know it is so hard to know what to do with your hair… I mean hair is one of the most important accessory you wear everyday, if you have a bad hair day- no matter what you wear you still won’t feel good and who ever knows which brushes actually work and which is really a waste of money? Well the FHI heat brushes work incredibly… and my hair after is smooth…

These brushes features the Nano-Fuzeion™ technology- the process employs tourmaline, which creates negative ions. “The negative ionization seals the hair cuticle, especially in the presence of heat, locking moisture into the follicle and resulting in strong, supple, glossy hair.”

I personally never really paid much attention to my brushes but I am sooooo glad I’ve upgraded. My old brushes does not have a good grip and the bristles get are all bent from the heat and falls off quickly. These new FHI Heat brushes are lightweight and features vents along the core for air to pass-through while blow-drying, and soft-touch handles.

check it our you will just love it!

Natalie Klein

Natalie Klein CEO and Co-Owner started with HMC in 2008, she has an insatiable appetite for celebrities and the world of entertainment. Married to a Hollywood agent, she is always mingling with actors. Natalie, oversees the everyday operations for Hot Moms Club and is currently the Editor In Chief. Natalie was a contributor to MOM and Pregnancy Magazine. Babble and OK! Magazine has been a frequent partner to the events Natalie has helped create. Her work has been featured on the WE Network’s series, ”Platinum Babies.” Natalie was a spokesperson for Gerber and has created hybrid mom and blogger outreach with brands such as American Greetings, POM WONDERFUL, Dreamworks, HASBRO, PLAYSKOOL, Sesame Street, Macys, Shutterfly, Cord Blood Registry, W Residents and the Plaza Hotel. She is on the Friends of Baby Buggy committee, a charitable organization that was founded by Jessica Seinfeld. Natalie has two young children, a son and daughter both under the age of 8, and a Havanese dog named Mookie Wilson.

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