Beware of Fakes
Recently, the StraightFix™ brand seems to have become a victim of its own success. The phenomenal demand for our brushes has unfortunately led to a recent increase in the sale of counterfeit products.
There are fake websites online using copyrighted StraightFix™ photos designed to trick consumers into believing they are paying for genuine StraightFix™ hair straightening brush.
When you place an order with a counterfeit site you will be sent a poor quality fake product or, in some cases, nothing at all. Consumers also risk identity theft and fraud by shopping on these sites.
Remember that fake electrical goods are dangerous and may cause electrocution, serious burns and hair damage. Fake StraightFix™ hair straightening brushes are not covered by our warranty.
We only recommend that you buy from www.straightfix.com or a StraightFix™-approved stockist (coming soon).
If you have a counterfeit enquiry or wish to report counterfeit goods then please contact us here.