FHI Heat Stylus Thermal Styling Brush Review

FHI Heat Stylus Thermal Styling Brush

Product: FHI Heat Stylus Thermal Styling Brush

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Where to Buy: Amazon.com

My rating: 9/10


The FHI Heat Stylus Thermal Styling Brush is sort of a hair brush straightener but a fancy version of one. Thin limp hair can easily be turned into a voluminous blowout look. With the Stylus, you can smooth out frizzy unruly hair, calm down fly-aways, create curls and waves, straighten your hair without eliminating it’s volume, and more!



• 5 heat settings: 250ºF | 285ºF | 320ºF | 350ºF | 400ºF

• Extremely quick heat up time

• 1 hour auto shut off function

• Extra long 360º swivel cord



Review / Tutorial Videos

Here’s a section of a few YouTube videos that show you the FHI Heat Stylus Thermal Styling Brush in action. If you don’t have the time to watch videos right now, save this page and come back to them when you have a little down time!





Q & A

Question: Do the brush bristles get really hot?

Answer: No, the bristles stay cool while the ceramic plate (the red part) underneath them heats up.


Question: Is it hard to learn how to use?

Answer: Just like anything, it’ll take some practice to get the hang of it. I wouldn’t say it’s hard to learn how to use.


Question: What temperature should I use for my hair type?

Answer: If your hair is thin, try to use the lowest heat and see how it impacts your hair. If it doesn’t get much of a style, move up to the next heat option and see how that works. If your hair is thick, I would start with 350 and see if that does the trick. Only move up to 400 (the highest temperature) if you need to.


Question: Will the heat damage my hair and cause breakage?

Answer: All hot tools will damage your hair if you don’t apply a heat protectant first. Once you apply a quality heat protectant, your locks will be safe from harm.



If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below in the comment box. 🙂

I hope this review was helpful. If you haven’t watched the videos, do so! It’s worth seeing what the FHI Heat Stylus Thermal Styling Brush can do. It’s pretty magical.

FHI Heat Stylus Thermal Styling Brush

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8 thoughts on “FHI Heat Stylus Thermal Styling Brush Review

  1. This seems like a great tool. I have never tried ant of the heated brush type hair tools, but I have been wanting to. My sister bought a cheap version, but it only worked for about a month so I definitely want to go with a quality tool. Would you say that this is a quick way to fix your hair, or does it require some extra time? Thanks!

    • Shelby,

      In the beginning it’ll take longer to style while you’re still getting the hang of it. After a little while of using the Stylus, you should be able to create hairstyles in 10-15 minutes!

  2. I love long hair, unfortunately, the quality of my hair is very bad, Can you tell me, will the FHI Heat Stylus Thermal Styling Brush further destroy my hair ends, will it thinning my hair. I am very skeptical when it comes to preparations and tools for hair. I have never tried the heated brush type hair tools, maybe it’s time to try it.

    • Deva,

      It sounds like it’s time to get a nice hair cut or trim. Then you can start brand new and make sure to protect your hair better.

      The Stylus will only destroy hair if you do not use heat protection beforehand. Here are some of my favorite heat protectants.

  3. This looks like a great hair must have to me! I have naturally curly hair and I have always used a flat iron and a round brush to straighten my it. This is very time consuming and the flat iron is really not good with all the heat being directly applied. I am going to look into getting one of these, they look great!

  4. I have used a few heat brushes in the past but was not happy with the results. Maybe I just didn’t learn how to properly use them. This is a great review and I found the videos to be very helpful. I may have to give the thermal styling brush a try. Do you recommend any pre-treatments to use before using this? I know that heated products can damage your hair.

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