With so many rotating hot air brushes to choose from, you should decide which features matter most and then try to find the best match for yourself.
The John Frieda Hot Air Brush is a good choice if you want a titanium coating and a cool shot in addition to having two heat settings. Enhanced air control helps you style exactly as you want. This hot air brush has 1″ and 1-1/2″ sizes that create soft, pretty curls and loose waves. Advanced ionic technology provides 50% more ions for shiny and smooth hair. The cord also swivels for easier use.
If you want 100% more ions for shiny hair, lots of volume and less frizz, then you should choose the Infiniti Pro by Conair Spin Air Rotating Styler. This hot air brush also provides ionic conditioning to smooth your hair. The brush spins forwards or backwards on either of the heat settings making drying and styling easy. There is also a cool shot that allows you to set your style. This hot air brush has a filter to extend the unit’s life and anti static bristles for easier styling.
The Vidal Sasson VS433C Tangle-Free Hot Air Brush Styler and Dryer is a no nonsense hot air brush in a one inch size. It has 250 watts of power, tangle free flexible bristles and two heat settings with a cool tip. The barrel switch can be locked to hold hair in place and unlocked when you are done styling each section.
If you want plenty of options for heat settings, you will find this with the Conair Instant Heat Hot Brush. It has a whopping 25 heat settings with turbo heat boost to maintain the proper temperature and dual voltage allows you to use it almost anywhere in the world. This unit heats up in 60 seconds and has an auto off feature as well as ball tipped bristles that gently glide through your hair.
A hot air brush that is good for all hair types is the Salon Edition Hot Air Brush. It has flexible bristles, a soft grip handle, two heat settings and a locking barrel switch for easy styling. The vented barrel rotates and this brush has 250 watts of power for easy drying and styling.