The Calista Heated Paddle Brush (QVC) has buttons on the handle, a small display screen, a long electric chord, and a 12-page owner’s manual.
The Calista Heated Paddle Brush (QVC) isn't the craziest looking tool we have ever seen, but unlike your average paddle brush, this one has buttons on the handle, a small display screen, a long electric chord, and a 12-page owner’s manual.
As it turns out, all those extras really do make this thing special.
It combs through hair and detangles like any brush should, but the bristles on this brush are super stiff, like little nylon pegs, and the base is a heated plate.
The plate heats up to 410 degrees and warms hair as you brush it, smoothing minor kinks, taming pesky flyaways, and adding the most gorgeous, glossy shine.
It can even add impressive volume around the root if you flip your head upside down and brush in slow steady strokes, gently combing from the root downward.
While it might not be ideal for serious styling, it's excellent for softening tight bends and curls, to a beautiful wave.
This is not a tool to use on sopping wet or even damp hair. You will be brushing for hours before it’s dry.
Also, if you’re looking for a super straight or super voluminous style, you should definitely stick to your flatiron and blow dryer.
What this brush will do though, is tame your frizzy air-dried mop in minutes and give your two day-old blowout a healthy just-walked-out-of-the-salon shine, and a bounce of volume, all without a scorch to your hair or your hands.
So what do you think about this weird tool? You just might want to try it out!