Video: Round brush review round up! 3 of the best round brushes across all budgets

Here is a quick round up of our three boar bristle round brush reviews from the past weeks, three great brushes for three budgets. There is a little information in the video on each brush, but it’s really just to show you each brush and give you a little idea of what the brushes are like in the hands. Check out the full reviews of each brush for a more detailed look at each one individually!

Best Budget: Head Jog High Shine


It’s hard to criticise what Head Jog have got here. At only £7 per brush, that’s nearing a steal and though I was sent mine from Head Jog, I was genuinely shocked when I looked the pricing up online and found out how cheap they were. I don’t think I’d change this review if they were double that cost, so these are definitely hitting a sweet note. There are small niggles like the weight and finish, though the weight is more personal preference and unless you’re willing to pay a significant premium, then I think that this sort of thing with the finish is fair enough and I don’t really see how this can really count against the Head Jog High Shine as an overall package. Simply, it’s a great brush which belies its budget price point, where things can often be not so great at all.

Read the full review here.

Best Mid-Range: Ibiza Ex Series


Ibiza Hair EX round brushes, with their natural materials and fantastic feel in use really cannot be recommended by me highly enough. Are there nicer brushes out there? Sure there are some really beautiful brushes in the market. If you are happy to pay the premium, the YS Park G-series for one, run this brush close, but this brush is more affordable for most and absolutely kills it. Highly recommend that you give these brushes a crack if you’re looking for one of the best round brushes on the market at a fairly reasonable price.

Read the full review here.

Best Premium: YS Park G-Series Curl Shine Styler


The YS Park G-Series is a beautiful brush, not only in construction but also in function. It’s a breeze to use and get great results and it certainly looks gorgeous with it’s Teak construction and keen attention to finish and detail that you’d expect from any YS Park tool. Is it worth the premium price tag? That’s something you’ll have to decide for yourself. If you’re looking for a brush with the money to get into the premium market, you won’t go wrong here, the craftsmanship is second to none, with a performance that is absolutely top drawer. If you’re a little more hesitant to drop a sizeable lump into a brush then I’d say have a think about how often you’re blowing out your or your clients hair. If it’s on the regular, then I would certainly recommend giving the YS Park G-Series serious consideration as you’ll be hard pressed to find better.

Read the full review here.

2017-10-25T03:46:23+00:00 July 16th, 2015|Reviews, Videos|0 Comments

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