A Beauty Blogger Must Try:
The Goody Quikstyle Paddle Brush


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I was recently sent the 2012 Holiday VoxBox from Influenster, and by far, my favorite product has been the Goody Quikstyle Paddle Brush. I wanted to tell y’all a little bit about it, since it’s my new favorite hair secret and morning time-saver. I like it so much I’ve featured it on my “Beauty Queen Essentials” Pinterest board, so you know it’s legit! ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you, Influenster, for sending me this styling product complimentary for testing; I adore your program.

 

Goody Quikstyle Paddle Brush

 

Goody teamed up with Newell Rubbermaid Home Solutions to create this styling hair brush, which works like a towel and brush in one to remove 30% of water for a decreased drying time. It does what it promises; however, this brush isn’t magic. If you use it directly out of the shower, you’ll hardly notice the advertised water absorbency. It’s essentially a small hand towel in that case. On the contrary, the Quikstyle comes in handy when doubling with your blow dryer… oh my gosh, it cut my drying time by at least 5-7 minutes. The bristles are soft and delicate on your hair, as well, so your hair comes out smoother and straighter with use. I’ve always been a blow dry then straighten type of girl, but the Quikstyle tames my hair enough to leave out the straightener. My hair thanks you, Goody.

 

.:hair done in under 10 minutes…mind blown:.

 

You can find the Goody Quikstyle at any Walmart, CVS, Walgreens, Kroger, etc. for approximately $12.99. For more information about this product and//or other great Goody hair products, visit their website.ย Let me know if you have any questions. I’m always open to honest and open questions. Many blessings for a fabulous weekend, loves! Have fun and be safe.

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53 thoughts on “A Beauty Blogger Must Try:
The Goody Quikstyle Paddle Brush

    1. [email protected] Post author

      It looks straight-up ridiculous… look at one from the side. There's a built-in drain, and it gives the appearance of a robot brush. Works like a charm, though! Haha.

      Of course ๐Ÿ™‚ Always glad to meet new blog friends. Following you now!

      xo,
      Stephanie

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    1. [email protected] Post author

      It's worth a try in my opinion! The small brush is around $10; I use the full paddle, which I believe is $12. I also have pretty thick hair, but it's lost a lot of its strength//volume after dying it from brown to blonde to brown. Anyways, have a great weekend!

      xo,
      Stephanie

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