Cordless Straightening Brush – Must-Have Travel Tools

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Go cordless, charge like smartphones and style on the go is the recent trend that hair tools are following.

We’ve seen cordless curling iron, flat iron or hair dryers. They are battery operated and great for traveling if you want to quickly create a casual hairstyle.

If you’re once struggled with a cordless flat iron, a cordless straightening brush could be a game changer.

In this post I’ve rounded a couple of cordless straightening brushes that work.

Note that cordless means less powerful – if you have thick hair it won’t work out. It’s much easier to straighten your hair – no clamping involed than using a flat iron.

Dafni Allure Cordless Hair Straightening Brush

It is not for your thick, coarse hair, but for medium length hair with average density it should be OK
  • Totally cordless
  • Great for traveling
  • Heavier than wired counterpart
  • Not for all hair types and textures
  • Expensive

Some cordless beard straightener brushes should work on your hair as well, if you have medium length, fine hair

Movember Cordless Beard Straightener

It works with smaller sections of hair
  • Small, compact
  • 20 – 30min styling time
  • It takes a long time to get full charge (Aprox. 5 hours)
  • It can recharge your phone
  • Good for straightening bangs

This product is designed for straightening beard but it works on women’s hair as well. It can’t straighten your whole head.

Other brands like Beard Struggle also cordless straightening brush give it a try if you have hair texture like beard.

Okachi straightening brush

With 3 level heat settings (320, 356, 392F) this brush can work with fine, medium and thick hair, and it can hold charge up to 50 minutes. With unique comb tooth design, which is snag-free, your sensitive scalp is protected.


Though ABERLITE GO works only from 10 to 15 min depending on the heat setting it can easily tame your fine hair.


  • Set the right temperature for your hair
  • The tips of bristle or the bristle itself can snag hair and cause split ends. Be sure comb through your hair with a comb before using the straightening brush.

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