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This hair drying and styling brush makes a great holiday gift.


Buying gifts for college students is difficult because they may need a bit of everything, but they probably don’t have room for it.

That’s why, instead of giving your favorite student a hair straightener or bulky hair dryer, you can gift her this Adagio Compact Straightening Brush, on sale for $59.99. It’s 80% off.

Between classes, homework, and trying to have a social life, students may not have much time for self-care.

What does that mean? Go through the motions taking care of their hair. This brush could save your students time and do more to make their hair soft and healthy.

The Adagio Air Straightening Brush is a hair dryer and styler in one, and 100% worth the purchase.

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It has three temperature settings and two speed settings depending on the hair type of the user. Low settings can work great for fine, fine hair while high settings work well for coarse, textured hair. If you want to lock in your style, try the cool setting which can also add a bit more shine to your hair.


While it dries, this brush can also help detangle the air using premium bristles. These bristles have a ceramic-infused backing that can help promote even heat distribution, so you can worry less about heat damage. Students may not have much time to take care of themselves, but this brush could make it easier for them by letting them dry and style their hair at the same time.

The semester can heat up for the students in your life. This can mean they have less time to take care of themselves, and sleeping quarters don’t exactly leave enough space for a full hair care facility. Make this space and time saving hairdresser the gift that will make your student have a great hair day. For a limited time, get the Adagio Air Straightening Brush on sale for $60 (reg. $299).

Prices subject to change.

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