John Frieda Styling Brushes, Review and Giveaway! #HEBBEAUTY

It’s time for another awesome H-E-B Beauty Blogger post!  This months Beauty Pick was the John Frieda Styling Brushes.  You can not have too many brushes in a house that has one mom and multiple female children.  That is 4 girls in one house! Feel free to pray for my husband.

Every time I turn around the children have always taken off with every brush I own.  These new brushes are no different…grrrrr!  Thankfully I have had them tracked down on a daily basis!

The John Frieda Styling Brushes I was sent are as follows:

Sleek Finish – 85400 paddle brush & 85401 cushion brush

  • Smooth & shine
  • Deep shine silicone
  • Tourmaline-ionic infused
  • Increases shine
  • Reduces frizz & smoothes flyaways

Volume Curls – 85403 small porcupine round brush

  • Definition & curl
  • Deep shine silicone
  • Tourmaline-ionic infused
  • Combination bristles for added shine
  • Reduces frizz & smoothes flyaways

Full Volume – 85405 large thermal round brush

  • Volume & shine
  • Deep shine silicone
  • Tourmaline-ionic infused
  • Faster drying & styling
  • Creates soft waves or added volume
  • Increases shine
  • Reduces frizz & smoothes flyaways

My favorites for my hair are the Full Volume – 85405 large thermal round brush and the Sleek Finish – 85400 paddle brush.  Now you would think since I have short hair that I would not use the large round brush, but I do and I love it!  It makes drying my thick hair a breeze, especially when used with the John Frieda Full Volume – Model JF1 Blw Dryer.

I have been using the Sleek Finish – 85401 cushion brush on Emma and Lauren’s hair.  The brush does a great job of getting through the tangles without too much wear and tear on the hair.

Morgan has been using the Volume Curls – 85403 small porcupine round brush.  She loves using it to get a straighter look from blow drying alone.

Loving the brushes and blow dryer.  I only have one annoyance with the blow dryer and that is the buttons.  They are right where my hand are and move easily.  Other than that, I love the power behind it!

You can print a coupon to save on the brushes!

The Giveaway! 

Two Not So Average Mama readers will win styling brushes (85400, 85401, 85403, 85405)

Main Entry:  Tell me which which type of styling brush you would like to try.

Bonus Entries:  You must complete the main entry before doing any of the bonus entries. Leave a separate comment for each entry.

  • Like H-E-B on Facebook. (3 entries, post 3 comments for this)
  • Follow me on Twitter @stitchblade
  • Follow H-E-B on Twitter @HEB
  • Tweet @HEB using the hash tag #hebbeauty, tell @HEB which John Frieda which type of styling brush you would like to try.  You get 6 entries for completing this task!  Be sure to comment 6 times!
  • Tweet about this giveaway:  “I entered to win John Frieda Styling Brushes @stitchblade @HEB #Giveaway ” Leave a comment with the tweet status URL, you may do this up to 3 times per day but please space them out! I see people just tweeting one after another, don’t do that.  Be sure to leave a comment for each tweet.
  • Become a fan of Not So Average Mama on Facebook. (3 entries, post 3 comments for this)
  • Scroll down on the sidebar, see the Join My Community widget?  Well, get 3 extra entries for joining my community!
  • Post about this giveaway on Facebook, please leave a comment with the URL to where you posted.(Daily Entry! Post it to your facebook everyday and earn an entry each time.  Be sure to post a comment with the URL each time.)
  • Follow me on Facebook Networked blogs located in my sidebar. (3 entries, post 3 comments for this)

This Giveaway will end on July 15th, 2012.

I received the mentioned above from H-E-B as part of the H-E-B Beauty Blogger Program to facilitate my review.  All opinions are my own and no compensation was received.

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Brandy is the wife to a carpenter/musician and the mother of 3 amazingly awesome homeschool/unschooled girls. Brandy is a Photographer as well as a Coach for the Weebellion as part of Rolling Rebellion Jr. Roller Derby. Brandy is passionate about many things and suffers from a very painful and degenerative neurological disease called CRPS/RSD.

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