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Remington Shine Therapy hair brushes launch

New Product Alert: Brushes That Add Shine

The good news: they exist.

The bad news: they can't be yours until February 2010. (But that's only 10 weeks away.)

Remington, the brand behind Shine Therapy (the straightener that makes hair super-shiny) is launching six Shine Therapy hairbrushes.

So how do they work? Well, similarly to the straightener, micro conditioners sit on the surface of the bristles and are released when the brush comes into contact with the hair. The conditioners are tiny – I believe that's why they call them "micro" – so won't make your hair greasy; you won't even see them or know that they're there until you walk past a reflective surface and think "Who's the hottie with the shiny hair?"

I have it on good authority that even the finest of fine hair will be OK in the grease stakes so fret not.

The collection includes: Small Mixed Bristle brush ($14.95); Small Thermal brush ($14.95); Large Mixed Bristle brush ($17.95); Large Thermal brush ($17.95); Oval Brush ($19.95) and Paddle brush ($19.95) which is perfect for creating straight and sleek 'dos.

And prepare to countdown. 70 days to go . . .

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