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Marilyn The New Yorker, Uptown 1 ea

 
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Marilyn The New Yorker, Uptown, 1 ea
 
2.4

(based on 5 reviews)

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        3.0

        Lots to like

        By morgaine

        from Northern Virginia

        describe yourself Budget Buyer

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        Pros

        • Works Well On My Hair

        Cons

        • Hard to clean

        Best Uses

        • Daily Use
        • Long hair

        Comments about Marilyn The New Yorker, Uptown, 1 ea:

        Liked its styling properties well enough to buy another. I would recommend that they make a cleaning accessory of some kind for it. The short bristles pick up lint, in addition to hair, and it's very hard to clean!

        • My Beauty Routine Takes:
        • 30 Minutes

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        1.0

        Beware!

        By Still looking for a brush

        from Chicago

        Verified Buyer

        Comments about Marilyn The New Yorker, Uptown, 1 ea:

        This is very painful to use and left scratch marks on my skin. I had to use such a light touch that brushing was mostly ineffective.

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        2.0

        Painful

        By Simple gal

        from Chicago, IL

        describe yourself Budget Buyer

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        Pros

        • Lightweight

        Cons

        • Poor Texture
        • Really Hurts The Scalp

        Best Uses

          Comments about Marilyn The New Yorker, Uptown, 1 ea:

          I was really excited to get this brush, but that quickly turned to disappointment. Normally brushes have balls points on the tips. This one doesn't & hurts to brush your hair. It's like needles scraping your scalp! Needless to say, it's going back!

          • My Beauty Routine Takes:
          • 10 Minutes

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          2.0

          scratchy

          By morgaine

          from Northern Virginia

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          Pros

          • Easy To Use

          Cons

          • Massage Bristle Too Sharp
          • Poor Texture

          Best Uses

          • Daily Use
          • Men

          Comments about Marilyn The New Yorker, Uptown, 1 ea:

          massaging bristles used to have balled ends, which felt good on my scalp. This is the second brush I've bought now where the bristles that penetrate the hair SCRATCH rather than massage. Not what I wanted. It does smooth the hair down well for styling.

          • My Beauty Routine Takes:
          • 30 Minutes

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          4.0

          Recommended by my hair stylist

          By Savateuse

          from Los Angeles, CA

          describe yourself Budget Buyer

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Effective

          Cons

          • Costly
          • Wears out

          Best Uses

          • Straightening hair

          Comments about Marilyn The New Yorker, Uptown, 1 ea:

          The Marilyn brush was recommended to me by my hairstylist several years ago. I use it with a blow dryer to straighten my hair. It "grabs" the hair and pulls it taut. This approach has worked wonderfully for me for several years. The brush has a comfortable wooden handle.

          The biggest "con" for me is that for the rather substantial price, the brush only lasts a couple of years. The bristles get bent down and don't grab anymore. My stylist suggested that this might be caused by how I use it-- too close to the heat? But I just have accepted that I have to buy a new brush every so often.

          • My Beauty Routine Takes:
          • 10 Minutes

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