The first professional hair straightener with the innovative Brush & Shine natural bristle system: “a single stroke brushes hair and leaves it smooth and shiny”
The exclusive patented Swiss’X Brush & Shine is "Made in Switzerland".
Bolstered by over fifty years of experience in the professional hairstyling industry, Valera is pleased to present Swiss’X Brush & Shine, the innovative system combining high-performance professional straightening with the brushing effect of natural bristles.
The unique Swiss’X Brush & Shine, with its double row of natural bristle, detangles and smoothes hair perfectly in a single stroke before it is straightened, then gently brushes hair after straightening, smoothing its uticle to maximise shine and setting the style by eliminating excess heat.
Swiss’X Brush & Shine is easy to use, and the first product of its kind which can be operated with only one hand, just like a brush.
Swiss’X Brush & Shine was entirely developed and produced in Switzerland, which guarantees the quality of the materials used and offers a high degree of reliability.
The Swiss’X plate also offers several professional features:
- Five layers of tourmaline ceramic coating encourage even heat distribution and help the plate glide over the hair more easily.
- The Floating Plates System is an innovative system with sprung plates which adapt perfectly to the hair.
- The ion generator hydrates hair from the inside.
- The temperature reaches 230° in 20 seconds and is maintained at a constant level.
- The digital display offers accurate temperature adjustment.
- The memory feature "recalls" the ideal temperature selected previously for the user’s own hair.
- The Safety Security system warns the user if the plate is still hot, and switches it off after 60 minutes of inactivity.
- The ThermoCap protective hood, in heat-insulating silicone, means the plate can be safely put away immediately after use.
- Universal Voltage ensures Swiss’X can be used all over the world.
Swiss’X by Valera: the new era of professional hair straighteners has begun.