Looking for an honest review on a Babyliss Big Hair Care? Then read on!
As a rule, I think I’m inherently lazy when it comes to my appearance.
I’ll never be one of those girls with a perfect manicure and false lashes. I’m more often seen in the Spar shop than at a spa hotel and I’m infinitely happier dressed in my festival clothes than in black tie.
But when it comes to my hair, I generally always look as though I’ve made a bit of an effort.
And I don’t have a personal stylist on call everyday.
Nope, I have the next best thing.
I have a Big Hair Care by BaByliss.
Introducing The Babyliss Big Hair Care
For those of you not in the know, the babyliss big hair hot air styler is essentially a hairbrush/hairdryer combined.
It drys your hair — as a hairdryer would — with hot air.
But (and this is the most exciting bit) it also has a rotating brush; that totally negates the need for a radial hairbrush and hairdryer combo.
Which, let’s face it, unless you’ve got six arms (or the personal stylist I mentioned earlier), trying to achieve a perfect blow dry at home is pretty hard.
Unless you have a BaByliss Big Hair.
Which Big Hair is Best?
The Big Hair is one of those products that I literally can’t live without.
I’m on my 3rd or 4th; a couple of have just been used until they’ve given up the ghost but I’ve also upgraded too. My original Big Hair didn’t have a rotating barrel — a feature that the last few have had and something I love.
So what makes this new improved BaByliss Big Hair better than it’s predecessors?
The last version I had was the Diamond Big Hair Dual — I love the fact that it has a smaller 42mm brush — and whilst the new Big Hair Care only has the larger 50mm one, despite that, I like it much more than my old version.
It feels a lot different. It’s weightier — but in a good way; (it won’t give you arm-ache as you’re perfecting the perfect blow dry at home).
The new Big Hair Care still has the ‘iconic Big Hair rotating brush technology but it now also includes care-for-hair Sensor Protect™ technology, which precisely manages the heat and delivers an even airflow’.
In laymen’s terms, it basically means kinder styling without compromising on performance.
It will dry your hair on the outside, without drying it on the inside.
The clever ceramic barrel gives just the right amount of heat for perfect styling, but protects it from overheating as you style, as it has precisely positioned air outlets for even airflow across the barrel.
Plus, soft polishing bristles and ionic frizz-control for ultra-smoothness and shine during styling.
I love the fact that the brush now rotates on the cool setting; something that my old Big Hair stylers didn’t do.
And, ultimately, for a busy mum with only one pair of hands (and not much time) the BaByliss Big Hair Care makes me look like I’ve just had a salon blow-dry, without having to leave the house.
So Would I Recommend The Babyliss Big Hair Hot Air Styler?
In a word, yes. It’s a winner on all levels.
The new improved version is kind to hair, easy to use and — best of all — for ‘lazy’ girls like me, it makes you look like you’ve made a huge effort.
I love it.
For more thoughts on the BaByliss Big Hair Care, pop and have a look at my little film.
Apologies for the lack of make-up (I’ll never be a proper You-Tuber, that’s for sure!); I hope the product will outshine my unpowdered face!
Many thanks to the lovely team at BaByliss and Mumsnet for sending me a BaByliss Big Hair Care styler to review. You can buy a new Big Hair Care directly from BaByliss or from Boots and other good retailers; RRP £70.
This post is in partnership with BaByliss as part of their #LoveYourHair campaign.
Although this is a collaborative post all thoughts, words and images — as ever — are entirely my own.