HairArt H3000 Hot Air Styler

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HairArt H3000 Hot Air Styler is a ceramic tourmaline hot air brush with retracting boar and nylon bristles in two different sized brush heads.


Based on 17 Reviews

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Louise C.
Jan 19, 2012
2 Star Rating
Gets Very Hot
I have fine hair with a pronounced but erratic wave pattern, and I need something to just smooth out the waves and curve the ends under. I have a Conair dryer brush tool that I've had some success with, but it's too large for my now short hair, so, based on the reviews here I tried this product. The H3000 has three settings, high, low, and cool. As far as I can tell, the difference between the low and high setting is only in the air flow, because with either setting the barrel gets very hot within seconds. So, rather than smooth my hair and gently curve it, it introduces a tight curl. The cool setting unfortunately has a very high air flow, so that whatever styling I've done next to the area I'm working on is completely ruined by the wind-tunnel blast coming from the brush. (Also, this has the same problem I've found with all of these dryer brushes, in that the small size is too small and the large size is too large for medium short hair. )
11 out of 11 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
Takoma K.
Dec 22, 2011
1 Star Rating
Did Not Get Hot.
This was the worst that I have ever had and I think I have purshased at least 4 in the past.
This product did not get hot. My hair was so frizzly and damp at the root.
The brisels of the bursh did not extend long to really catch my hair.
4 out of 4 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
Vincetta S.
Grain Valley, MO
Dec 20, 2011
5 Star Rating
What A Terrific Find!!
I love this hot air brush. I have very thin, limp, and completly straight hair (beaded hair). I started using Nexxus Diametress Luscious Volumizing Shampoo, only a small amount of rinse to the ends (due to making my hair too soft), a root lifter, and volumizing mouse. Now I've got "big" hair! It even stays big, thick, and curled while going out on a rainy day. I used a hot air brush many years ago, and like I read in many reviews for other hot air brushes, they don't get hot enough. Well, this gets very hot and is so easy and fast. I put up my blow dryer, curling brush, and curling iron, because I don't need them any longer.
15 out of 15 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
Dec 4, 2011
5 Star Rating
Great, Quick Styling Tool
I've tried several hot air brushes and the Hot Air Styler H3000 is the best by far! It seems to be well-made and versatile. I use the bigger brush on the hot setting on my thick head of fine, wavy hair to sculpt it into a medium, not quite shoulder length, smooth, sleek bob, The brush heats up right away, but it is not nearly hot enough to fry or frizz the ends or thinner top section, which has happened with other hot air brushes, alas. I use my recently purchased favorite styling tool much as prescribed. The Hot Air Styler is quick at making my damp, not wet, hair smooth, straight, shiny, and dry, with just enough volume and curl to please me. I can even use it on the front section of my hair, no bangs, to add a little lift while keeping the style and sleekness I seek, with no unwanted waves at all. The handle stays cool throughout and the tool does not roll when I set it down, which often happened with other brands. When my hair is dry and styled, I change the Hot Air Styler to the cool setting -- a first for me in a hot air brush and a real plus -- and quickly go through my hair again to add extra volume and sheen. This is my first time with this brand and I hope it will have a relatively long life. My last hot air brush, Helen of Troy, stopped working after several months and though I liked it until it died, this is a big step up. Styling with the Hot Air Styler H3000 is much easier and quicker than using a dryer and brush, which I used to dread, and I get better results. I highly recomment it!
21 out of 21 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
Oct 21, 2011
4 Star Rating
Overall A Good Hot Air Brush
its easy to use and it works well on my hiar, but I found that its a bit difficult to make those pretty curls at the end of my hair cause maybe i didnt really know how to use it? and the brush can get pretty hot and you really need to watch out and I'll suggest to use heat protect glove if you set to air brush on high!!!! However, the brush does make my hair shine and gave it volume like the describtion says. I'll recommend it!!!!
8 out of 9 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
Sep 27, 2011
5 Star Rating
Best Styling Tool!
When my HairArt H3000 Hot Air Styler
blew out in Europe, because I stupidly turned it on without a converter attached to it, I was lost! It's my favorite styling tool. I ordered another one immediately so it would be waiting for me when I returned home from my trip. I love the two barrel sizes and the intensity of the heat. Can't do without this tool.
9 out of 11 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
Los Angeles
Jul 14, 2011
5 Star Rating
Love This!
I was not sure how I'd like this hot air styler. I have fine hair, so I thought it wouldn't really style my hair well. But quite the opposite. My curling iron went out recently, so I gave this a shot. I really like that it has a cool setting. Especially during hot summer days. It gave my bangs lift and straightened the hairs even on that setting! Love this and so happy to have it as an alternative to my blow dryer!!!
45 out of 45 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
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