Top-5 Best Hair Dryer Brushes

Every woman wants to look gorgeous that is why she style her hair and try to keep it healthy and beautiful. But sometimes it might be more difficult than we think. A hairstyling at home takes a lot of time, and not everyone can afford to visit hair salons every day. That is why such tool as a hair dryer brush become in-demand.

Hair dryer brush is a simple in use and convenient tool that make a curling process comfortable and pleasant. It combines several devices in a one: a hair dryer, a brush, and a curling iron. It can quickly curl hair and make a beautiful hairstyle in less than 15 minutes. Let’s now examine 5 best hot air brushes.

  1. Conair Electric Curling Brush

Conair curling brush is dual-voltage and compact. It has 2 heat settings (high and low), and convenient swivel 6-foot cord. It can be used to style both damp and dry hair. The brush has 2 attachments in the kit – one for small curls and another for more voluminous curls. The brush provides maximum heat transfer for long-lasting hairstyles, perfectly straightens hair without damaging it.

  1. Rowenta CF 9320 Heated Brush Styler

This curling tool has an automatic rotation of the brushes, 2 built-in ionizers, and a right/left rotation. This device quickly creates waves and curls, giving hair volume at the roots. The ability to use cold air helps to fix the created hairstyle. It is also provided with 2 temperature modes which allow to constantly control the process. Due to the short and thick bristles of the brushes, this brush does not tangle strands.

  1. Helen of Troy Round Brush Blow Dryer

This blow dryer brush is very simple and convenient hot brush. It is tangle-free and its bristles massage your scalp as well. The brush has a 3/4-inch removable rotating barrel, soft grip handle, and 8-foot swivel cord. Due to its features, you can create beautiful natural curls and add volume at the roots.

  1. John Frieda Curling Blow Dryer

This device makes gorgeous hairstyle very fast, and it does not damage hair much. It dries, curls and styles hair gently due to its features. Its bristles not only give your strands smoothness but also reduce static electricity. Moreover, its ionizing function helps to restore hair make it healthier. Due to the titanium ceramic coated barrel, your hair is dried from the inside and protected from overheating.

5.Revlon Brush Hair Dryer

This hair dryer has the power of 1100 watts. It is convenient to use, it dries and styles fast at the same time. The brush also has 3 heat settings so that you can choose the one that fits your hair type. Its negative ions provide additional care and protection and make your hair and shining brightly. Revlon Brush Hair Dryer quickly creates volume at the roots and make beautiful curls.

There are a lot of models of hair dryer brushes of different brands, and you can always find the one that will fit you best. And we hope that this review will help with a choice.


10 Skin Care Organic Brands To Know

Whilst I’ve not been totally disciplined in cleaning up the ingredients of my beauty stash, I’ve made a good start by switching a few of my usual products to organic brands. Often a sign they’re free from preservatives and artificial fragrances, opting for organic is the lazy girl’s way of dodging questionable additives. What’s more, many organic products are now just as effective as their conventional counterparts – and they’ve been dominating my bathroom cabinet.

It’s worth using a little caution though, as the rules around marketing products as organic are a bit loose (as little as 1% certified and you can slap ‘organic’ on the label) and are no guarantee a product is free from ‘nasties’. Keep an eye out for EcoCert and Soil Association certification and spend a little time reading up on brand philosophies, but here are

10 Companies Worth Knowing


Created by Sarah Brown to treat her own sensitive skin, Pai are currently the backbone of my skincare routine. The whole range is Soil Association approved and ingredients are listed in plain English.

I’m yet to find a product I dislike from Pai, but their Echium and Argan eye cream is a firm favorite for being wonderfully hydrating without feeling heavy or greasy.

Orico Organics

London-born and Ecocert certified organic, Orico target ‘city skin’ (exposed to UV and pollution) with plenty of skin-replenishing ingredients, from baby to anti-aging.

Try their lively citrus scented Jazzy Body Wash is like a grown up version of The Body Shop’s Satsuma scent, and the gorgeous Superico Omega Rich Body Oil has been successfully hanging on to the last of my summer tan.

Conscious Skin Care

Handmade in Wales, Conscious create their products with only high quality, useful ingredients before wrapping them up in equally no-nonsense recycled packaging.

Try the super-rich Sweet Orange and Frangipani Body Butter. Made with shea butter, cocoa butter, sunflower oil and coconut oil, it leaves skin hydrated with a warm, feminine scent.

Estelle & Thild

Inspired by the birth of her daughters, Pernilla Rönnberg developed Estelle & Thild alongside dermatologists and pediatricians. The entire range is Ecocert certified and apparently very popular in its native Scandinavia.
Try their Fragrance-Free Facial Oil for sensitive skin. A blend of jojoba, sunflower, almond, avocado and sacha inchi oils, I’ve been using this oil layered before, or mixed with, my nighttime moisturiser for an extra soothing hit of hydration.


Suti combines organics (fair trade wherever possible) with homeopathy in a small, but well thought out, range of seriously luxurious handmade skin care. Several products are Soil Association approved.

My skin has been drinking the Nourish Face Oil for Night with avocado oil, macadamia nut oil, jasmine and patchouli.

One Love Organics

Beautifully packaged, One Love Organics use raw plant materials to create products that look and feel incredibly similar to conventional skincare – however they have foregone any certification to achieve it.

Try New Day Microderma Scrub and Masque with papaya and pineapple enzymes; like Dermalogica’s Daily Microfoliant it’s designed to be mixed with water before applying to the face and leaves the skin beautifully smooth without irritation. It can also be left on as a brightening mask.


Popular among celebrities, beauty editors and bloggers, Neom have been fairly influential in changing the image of organics from hemp-ish to luxury. Finished products aren’t certified organic but generally contain around 90% of ingredients that are.

Try Neom’s candles. Their best seller, Real Luxury, is a blend of lavender, jasmine and Brazilian Rosewood. They’re all vegetable wax based and burn cleanly to the very bottom.


Another blogger favorite, Antipodes use high concentrations of antioxidant grape extracts from their native New Zealand and formulas are backed by clinical research.
Try the Aura Manuka Honey Mask is my go-to for soothing and clearing my skin without the drying effect of clay masks. It also works as a spot treatment.


Makeup artist, Rose-Marie Swift’s now iconic (and growing!) color cosmetic range was inspired by her own health issues and is based almost entirely around one of my favorite raw ingredients – coconut oil.

Try Lip2Cheek in Smile, a coral-pink that leaves a healthy flush on the cheeks and adds a hit of hydration ideal for winter.

John Masters Organics

John Masters started mixing natural haircare in his kitchen sink but is now behind one of the most recognizable organic hair brands. The whole range is a boon for sensitive scalps and the primary shampoo ingredient is aloe vera juice, rather than water found in conventional hair care.

Try The Bare Unscented shampoo and conditioner are a great ‘clean’ alternative to Philip Kingsley’s No Scent, No Color range that I featured a few weeks ago.


Eyebrow Shaping Tips

With Eyebrow Shaping Tips Get Those Sexy Eyes

Getting perfectly shaped eyebrows is an onerous exercise. For lots of women who do not have enough eyebrow growth, it becomes quite a task for them to have professionally shaped eyebrows. Whether one thinks or not but, shapely eyebrows play a significant part to enhance the beauty and boosting one’s self-esteem. The specific color and shape influence the harmony of the face. With make-up, one can only go till limited extent, however; it is what shaping of eyebrows that fits the features completing the whole package. The shaping of eyebrows is one of the probably significant aspects that, helps to frame the appearance and, highlight the features.

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Health & Fitness

Why Low Calorie Diets Will Kill Your Efforts To Lose Weight

If you are considering using one of the many low-calorie diets out there to lose weight, then you should think again.

On the face of it a low-calorie diet seems to make sense. I mean the reason that you are probably overweight is that you are storing excessive calories as fat. It seems to make sense that if you drastically cut back on calories, you will lose weight. Continue Reading


Vintage Clothing, Great fashion trend today

Vintage fashion is a fashion trend that has always been associated with different periods of history over time. Vintage style clothing is the mother of fashion trends, and off the catwalk today. The modaVintage expressed in commercial terms, it covers the period between the 20s to the 1980s.

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Tips With This Long Curly Hairstyle

TIPS with this long curly hairstyle 2019 curly hair tutorials. Since you have a round face shape, you need it with a beautiful hairstyle flatter women with more weight around your face, you will be very to find this curly long hairstyle to your favorite round face, below I have a few detailed steps that you can order, have a similar hairstyle. Continue Reading


Melbourne, Australia

Without a doubt, the hottest months of Melbourne’s year (‘scorching’ average of around 27°C), January and February are best based around the city’s coastal areas. Minus the foul humidity and too-hot-to-be-outdoors temperatures of our northern compatriots, a Melbourne summer is really a very pleasant experience. Continue Reading

Food & Recipes

Cold Potato Salad Recipes

I would like to proceed with the main topics chicken recipes and also poultry meats. Inside my earlier content, My partner and i presented you a large number of knowledge about it. I have previously composed which poultry is reasonable, tasty, as well as balanced and you will make a lot of hen dishes. This will likely be concerning steps with the cooking which might be linked with poultry (as well as other birds as well). I have to publish articles which will explain the key activities associated with hen organizing with the cooking. Let’s quickly commence. Continue Reading


How to Meet Spring with Healthy Hair

After winter hair usually gets tired and exhausted. Causes – frequent washing and styling because of hats and central heating batteries, the cold and smog of city streets, temperature drops, reduced immunity, lack of sunlight and vitamins. These factors increase the dehydration of the scalp, and hair looks stale. Hair becomes more dry and lifeless, or on the contrary become more greasy, quickly get dirty and require washing and styling, which further dehydrates and damages hair. Continue Reading


How to Wash Hair Correctly?

Let’s examine some useful tips for hair health!

  • Comb your hair before washing so that they will be less tangled. You can make a head massage with a comb; this will increase the blood circulation to the head. Just comb your hair with a soft massage brush in different directions for 10 minutes.
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How to Massage the Head for Hair Growth

Head massage is a great way to strengthen hair and increase its growth. And you can do it at home by yourself! In this article, we will tell you how to do it correctly and receive more benefits from it.

Massage increases the blood circulation, that is very good for hair health. Massage takes less than ten minutes. You can do it with a comb or fingers while watching TV, for example.
During the massage and about an hour after there is an active secretion of glands sebum. So if you have oily hair, then massage your scalp just before washing. It is advisable to massage the scalp every day or at least every other day. Apply a hair mask after massage  – the hair skin will absorb it better. Continue Reading

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Last weekend, my friend and I went out to celebrate my boyfriend’s birthday at a lounge in San Francisco. The place was packed. It was too crowded. I’m not used to be in a crowded place where you try to squeeze yourself in to get through, I guess I’m quite done with the club/lounge scene (sign of getting old I think).  Continue Reading

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35 Lifestyle Blog Topic Ideas

Writing a blog can be fun and exciting but it can also be tough and frustrating sometimes especially when you feel stuck and unable to think straight; You open your laptop hoping to get ideas flowing. You think long and hard about what to write but you end up staring at the plain white screen for hours. You could have published another blog post but you can’t think of anything. You start to feel like giving up,tired and frustrated  etc… Does this sound like you? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Every blogger/writer experience this, they call it the “writer’s block”. Continue Reading

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5 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Blogging

This post is to all my lovely readers out there who are planning to start a blog. Now, I know you’ve been thinking about starting your own blog for a while and can’t wait to share your ideas to the world of internet but I have to tell ya, blogging is not for everyone. No, I’m not trying to scare you off or anything, I’m just telling you based on my experience. Continue Reading

Health & Fitness

April 2016 Workout Playlists

Let me take you back in time as this month’s playlist is about the 80’s, imagine the Jane Fonda workout era wearing bright-colored tights,leotards, leg warmers and a headband. I was inspired to make this 80’s workout playlist by our 80’s Zumba Party in San Francisco two weeks ago. We had an amazing time dancing for two hours and the students/participants had tons of fun and energy. It was a successful turn out. Continue Reading

Health & Fitness

May 2016 Workout Playlists

Here’s to another workout playlist! This is month’s playlist is about high intense,head banging,hardcore beats for the fitness enthusiasts. I made this playlist when I was trying to channel my inner foxy,bad-ass self to make a fun dance routine for my class. Sometimes you have to get out of the box to make an amazing idea.
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Traveling Gave Me My Life Back

A guest post from Alexa of  The Mindful Maritimer :

After I graduated college, I had a feeling that I wasn’t doing what my heart truly wanted which let me to buy a one way ticket to Paris. I got my backpack, put inside few t-shirts, my favorite bamboo toothbrush and all necessary documents. I’ve been here for the past 10 month, not only working as as au pair, but also travelling around the other countries in Europe as well. Traveling has opened my eyes to a whole new way of living and has also given me my life back after a long battle with an eating disorder. Continue Reading

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No-Equipment Exercise You Can Do Anywhere

Let’s say ten, maybe fifteen years ago, people could have easily said that they did not even try to work out not because they couldn’t afford the expensive gym fees but because their lifestyle is not as stagnant as ours sitting in front of the computer 8 hours a day plus, there are not that much preservatives and chemicals added on their food. But these days, our lifestyle, the food we eat, we really have no excuse not to get fit. But gym membership fee’s are too expensive! Continue Reading

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4 Healthy Habits That Will Keep You Fit

Although many of us strive to get fit, we typically spend very little time thinking about how to stay in shape once we’re there. But we need to because, if we don’t, we may find it hard to keep all of the great results—that sexy, trim and tone body—we’ve worked so hard to earn. Continue Reading

Food & Recipes

Chicken Barley Soup

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Nutella Crescent Rolls

Hello Friends!

How was your week last week? I hope you had a great one! Well me? I got the weekend off last week (woohoo!) and I was super excited and happy! I usually don’t have any days off since I work 2 jobs, 7 days a week and having that weekend off was such a bliss for me that I got to stay in,relax,read my books and magazines,cook and wear my pajamas all day! (Pajama party time!) Continue Reading

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Fresh Mozzarella and Cherry Tomato Salad

I’ve been feeling motivated and productive ever since I decided to take a break / limit my time from the social media world. I was able to catch up on my reading; magazines and books I’ve been meaning to read since last year and projects such as cooking,cleaning and organizing that I’ve been putting off for months. I’m slowly getting myself back again. The less time I spend online, the more I’m getting  stuff done. Continue Reading

Food & Recipes

Chicken Adobo

It’s Chicken Adobo time! I don’t really cook Filipino food around the house. That’s because my mom cooks. She cooks anything Filipino/Asian all the time and maybe that’s why I cook something non-Filipino food for a change. Continue Reading

Food & Recipes

Chicken with Sautéed Mushroom

Hey guys!

I know it’s been a while since my last recipe post, I’ve been busy with life lately;Work,traveling,Zumba and catching up with friends. I also started using Snapchat. My friend introduced my about it and at first I didn’t know what I was doing, I was so freaking confused! It’s totally different from other social media. It took me a while to finally get it and my friends send me snaps so  I can get used it. Now I think I’m hooked! I use snapchat regularly now, I snap about the latest things that’s happening in my life and some of my foodie adventures, it’s actually fun! If you happen to have a snapchat account, please add me! username: LOVELYLYFESTYLE Continue Reading

Food & Recipes

Quick and Easy Chicken Noodle Soup

Hello Friends!

Here’s a Quick and Easy Chicken Noodle Soup recipe for you to try at home. This is a perfect meal for this cold gloomy day, it’s good for the body and even better for the soul. No wonder why this is one of the most cooked meals during winter season, a comfort food indeed! This also works well for those who don’t have the time to make soup totally from scratch. Some of the ingredients I used are ready to use or frozen.  Total cook and prep time is about 30 minutes. Continue Reading

Food & Recipes

Sour Cream Coffee Cake

Sour Cream Coffee Cake cover

Are you looking for a cake for your morning coffee or an afternoon tea snack? Well, this tasty Sour Cream Coffee Cake is a perfect cake for it! It’s sweet,nutty and has that cinnamon aroma and taste to it! My mouth is watering right now as I’m typing this by the way. Continue Reading

Life & Diary, Travel

Lovely Travels: New York

It’s nice to go somewhere far from your normal routine/environment once in while; it excites you,inspires you to try new things (a good way to get new ideas),you get to meet new people/friends and you get to know yourself more.

A few of my friends and followers asked me to make a list of places I visited from the trip, so here I am now writing this post for you! Continue Reading

Food & Recipes, Travel

San Francisco North Beach Food Trip

Ahh…. North Beach, one of my favorite places to visit in San Francisco. They call it the “Little Italy” where the population and the restaurants here are Italian (think pizza,pasta,pastries,coffee and more… yum!) As a foodie and a lover of pastries and pasta, this is like heaven! Continue Reading

Life & Diary, Travel

#Photosnaps Water Taxi Ride

I hope you guys had a wonderful Labor Day weekend filled with joy and laughter with your friends and family. It’s been really hot in the Bay Area lately, it’s kind of unusual especially in San Francisco. My friend who lives in San Francisco even told me about how hot it was in her neighborhood and she’s melting! usually it’s foggy there. I heard it’s going to be hot for the rest of the week. I hope it will start to cool down soon. Continue Reading

Life & Diary, Local Travel, Travel

Snippets of My Los Angeles Trip

Hello Friends!

I was able to do things I’ve been meaning to do like planning on a trip, going on an adventure,meeting old/new friends and just making new memories. I also took a Zumba training class earlier this year and became a certified Zumba Instructor. Now I’m teaching a class in San Francisco and hoping to teach elsewhere in the Bay Area when I’m experienced enough to do it (will you join my class?) 🙂 Continue Reading



Happy Memorial Day guys! What did you do today?

I started my day with a 3-mile hike at the Stanford Dish in Palo Alto. It’s a 5-something mile trail but I only did 3 miles; 1.5 miles to the dish and 1.5 miles back to my car. I wasn’t really planning to go hiking since I had other things to do (work) but I felt like I had to do it and I’m so glad I did, I feel so much better and have more energy. I haven’t worked out in 3 days and I was feeling low and lazy. Continue Reading