[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] While I find it hard to excited about hairbrushes in general, my greatest ever purchase was a vented brush that doesn’t even exist now and I’d give my eye teeth to be able to buy another (I have two). Both my kids, when visiting, want to use ‘the good brush’ and both have tried to sneak off with it! Just in case you’re curious, it’s the Daniel Galvin Jnr Double C Brush. If you ever find one, please snap it up! They’re not cheap at £29 a pop. My favourite radial brush is from Moroccanoil. Up to now, I’ve never had a favourite vent brush, but here we are :-).

mdlondon Vent Brush Review

Vent brushes are very handy for a natural blow dry – the vents allow air to pass through the brush ensuring all the hair gets the heat.

mdlondon Vent Brush Review

This version from mdlondon is nicely weighty and has an excellent hand feel – that’s important if it’s something you’re likely to use every day. It’s recommended for detangling and for styling short hair although I’ve passed it through my mid-length hair no bother at all. My hair is quite fine but also naturally curly and I straighten it out which generally leaves it with waves after day one. Wavy hair is difficult because if you pass a heavily bristled brush through it can go puffy and static which is then a nightmare to undo. The mdlondon Vent brush didn’t disturb the shape but did work on any tangles. I think it’s £13 well spent. You can find it HERE. I’ve got the mdlondon Wave styler to try over the long weekend – it’s already making me laugh that the reviews (on the mdlondon website) give different star ratings for different colours – blue has five stars while poor old olive is lagging behind with four.

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