Luma Hair Brush Ceramic Straightening Review

Luma Hair Brush

Luma Hair Straightening Ceramic Brush

The Luma Hair Straightening Brush is a fast and easy tool that can be used to brush and straighten the hair. It has protective bristles that will prevent your scalp from being burnt by heat. The Straightening Brush should only be used on dry brushed hair to prevent tangling. For best result part hair in small sections and work the brush through.
The Luma Hair Brush has a Unique 3D Ceramic Surface that allows the bristles to heat up to 185c/ 365 f. It stays at a constant heat for the duration of use. When using the straightening hair brush you do not have to worry that the brush might get cold or too hot during use as the heat stays constant. The brush retails for $59.

Luma Hair Straightening Brush

How to Use

Plug the Luma Straightening Hair Brush into an electric socket and wait for a red display light to appear. The red display light will turn green which indicates that the Luma Brush is hot and ready to be used. For best results ensure that your hair is dry, divided into sections and already brushed to get rid of tangles before applying the Luma Brush to the hair.

Proceed to brush the hair slowly by using the Luma Ceramic Straightening Brush from roots to ends in a pulling motion. Use the brush by pulling the hair deep into the inner bristle areas of the Ceramic Brush for an even straighter hair pattern.

Luma Hair Straightener

My Thoughts

The Luma Ceramic Hair Brush is convenient and easy to use. After a wash day, I gentle dry and brush my hair. Later, I then put it in 4 sections preferably; spritz heat protectant over the sections of my hair and then proceed to brush and straighten my hair with the Luma Brush. My hair texture is thick and coarse, more of a 4b/4c hair type. With this hair brush, my hair does not get bone straight with one or two passes, however; it is a lot easier to manage; as my curls do not clump tightly after using. This is not just a regular hair brush, as it heats up to straighten your hair. However, in comparison to the Denman brush which can be used on wet hair. It will give the hair a more bouncy curl than getting it straight. If you want your hair to become a bit straight and manageable after washing and/or for styling; I would highly recommend the Luma brush for that reason.

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

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1 Comment

  • Nerea Velez

    Good review but I really prefer my Karmin brush I love it.

    February 13, 2019 at 10:20 am Reply
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