Goody Announces New Fast-Styling Brushes

Valeria Fanelli | July 16, 2012 | 12:15 PM
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Goody introduces its Quikstyle Paddle Brush and Half-Round Brush. The new brushes remove 30 percent of water from the hair reducing the overall time to style. Goody’s Quikstyle products work within a woman’s normal styling routine, bringing clever enhancements to familiar tools that are thoughtfully designed to save time. 

According to a study conducted by Hair Styling Routine Consumer Journal, the time it takes to blow dry and style is the number one frustration that women report when it comes to their hair routines, yet 70 percent of women regularly dry their hair and continue on with at least one heat styling process.

The two new Quikstyle brushes by Goody are:

Quikstyle Paddle Brush: Designed for detangling, this new paddle brush allows for quick removal of excess water from wet hair and styling with or without a hair dryer. The super-absorbent microfiber bristles interact with wet hair like a towel to absorb water with every stroke, while traditional ball-tipped bristles detangle and smooth hair. The microfiber bristles have antimicrobial properties to inhibit the growth of mold or mildew from forming on the brush. The full size paddle head allows for maximum absorption. Side airflow vents allow for faster drying between uses. The ergonomic handle is textured for extra grip.

Quikstyle Half-Round Styling Brush: Offers the same water-removing benefits of the Paddle Brush in a new styling shape. Absorbent Microfiber Bristles interact with wet hair like a towel removing 30 percent of water, while the half-round shape is the perfect blow out brush. The convex shape allows hair to curl around the microfiber base, removing water while adding lift and body. The Comfort-flex grip offers ease and control. The slim profile allows for more maneuverable use during heat styling routine.


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