Boar Bristle Round Styling Hair Brush - 1.75 Inch Diameter - Blow Dryer & Curling Roll Hairbrush with Natural Wooden Handle for Women and Men - Used While Blow Drying to Style, Curl, and Dry Hair
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Is this a Good Deal?
TL;DR: - The price difference between high and low are only about $4.00. Probably too insignificant to worry about. The lowest price we've seen on Amazon in the past was on October 12, 2018. It is currenty 10% higher than the cost at its lowest.
Pricing Breakdown: Highs, Lows and Average Price Ranges
For the most accurate current price of this product, please check directly on Amazon. We will look at the historic low, average and high ranges to help you make an informed decision about the current price.
Prices stated in this summary below are approximate and in the past for your reference.
Firstly, the lowest prices we have seen for this product ranges between $9 to $10. We have seen this product drop between this range 3 times. The price dropped to a low level on April 14, 2020 and is currently still holding this price level.
When it comes to price, the first thing we consider is whether looking at historic prices is actually worthwhile. For this product, differences can be quite large between the price levels so it will be worth it to watch for a lower price level before buying.
The prices we've seen of approximately $11 is considered average. Average to low price level differences are 17%. Price differences are moderate and waiting for a lower price can be worthwhile if you are on a budget.
Highest prices are around $13. High to low are about 27%. This price difference should be considered if meeting your budget is important.
The last time this product changed price was on November 5, 2020. On average, price fluctuations tend to happen every 63 days.
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|Date||Price Action||Change %||Price Level|
|14 Apr, 2020||Price Drop||-23.09%||low|
|5 Apr, 2020||Price Increase||30.03%||highest|
|25 Jul, 2019||Price Drop||-23.09%||low|
|26 Jun, 2019||Price Increase||30.03%||highest|
|19 Oct, 2018||Price Increase||11.12%||low|
Amazon.com price change % swings above and below average price
Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
Guys, how do we tame our hair [R]2 years, 4 months agoseansterfu posted submission on asianamerican.
July 3, 2018
What gels, mousses, pastes etc. do y'all recommend for an Asian guy's hair? I just simply can't get the thick, spiky mess under control, it's like an animal.
July 3, 2018
I recommend combining hair products together. I'll use a cream/paste that generally distributes better first and then I'll use a product with more hold after. Right now, I've been using Mr. Pompadour Moroccan hair paste combined with Layrite's Super hold with the matte finish. Then I'll finish it off with some hairspray. This gives me more of natural looking style. I personally don't like when my hair looks like it's obvious that it uses a lot of product.
Also, blow drying and brushing your hair properly after you shower is really helpful too. Next time you're at the barbers, pay attention to how they're blow drying your hair and brushing it when they're styling your hair. It's amazing how much easier it is to style your hair if you do this step properly. Oh, and get yourself a styling brush. I'm using one of these round brushes.
Comb or brush? [R]3 years, 6 months agoMay 18, 2017
May 19, 2017
The first two are soft brushes that can be used to something like refresh your hair. IMO it's an alternative to washing your hair where you do not start at scratch. E.g. you have nice hair in the morning, your hair gets greasy over the day, you use a soft brush to refresh your hair and barely style it to get to the same condition as in the morning again. I don't use it but I know people happily using it.
The last one is a paddle brush that is only useful for combing out knots and dirt. IMO it's not really convenient for blow drying. This is typically used by girls with long straight hair.
I'd really recommend a round brush for blow drying. They are basically only made for blow drying and they easily help you to add volume. Maybe something like that