Hair Envy

With more than 20 years of salon experience, Kellie Little knows that not all styling tools are created equally. Everything from the materials and construction right down to how a brush feels in your hand can affect the end results. With her original creation of the Groove Elliptic, Kellie combined the benefits of a boar bristle hairbrush with the ionic properties of synthetic bristles for even distribution of oils, silky locks, and lovely shine. Like a paddle and round brush all rolled into one, these brushes can massage, straighten, smooth, shine, volumize, and curl. Its patented ergonomic handle is designed for comfort and its unibody construction is built to last. Kellie recently introduced the Groove Voyager, a smaller version, that's ideal for styling all hair lengths. Tame it, flip it, curl it under. With these styling brushes, you can change the way your hair looks without changing your styling tool.

Kellie Little

Styling Brush

Hair Envy

With more than 20 years of salon experience, Kellie Little knows that not all styling tools are created equally. Everything from the materials and construction right down to how a brush feels in your hand can affect the end results. With her original creation of the Groove Elliptic, Kellie combined the benefits of a boar bristle hairbrush with the ionic properties of synthetic bristles for even distribution of oils, silky locks, and lovely shine. Like a paddle and round brush all rolled into one, these brushes can massage, straighten, smooth, shine, volumize, and curl. Its patented ergonomic handle is designed for comfort and its unibody construction is built to last. Kellie recently introduced the Groove Voyager, a smaller version, that's ideal for styling all hair lengths. Tame it, flip it, curl it under. With these styling brushes, you can change the way your hair looks without changing your styling tool.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Kellie
    Kellie

    Hi, Kellie Little here, salon owner, stylist and creator of this easy to use tool, which was developed for all of us that want to style our hair at home and look like we just stepped out of the salon! This hairbrush does it all - detangles wet or dry hair, massages the scalp and styles all hair types with tremendous silkiness and shine. The substantial bristles can hold thick sections of hair while withstanding the heat of the blowdryer. The ergonomic handle is comfortable and easy to use. Men love it too! Have any questions/comments? Please feel free to share below. Feedback is always appreciated. Thanks and hope you enjoy your new hairbrush. Styling made easier...

  • Katheryn
    Katheryn
    4/24/2014 12:40 PM

    Pricey....anybody think it's worth it?

  • April
    April
    4/24/2014 12:56 PM

    I have hair much like that girl from the movie "Brave." It's thick, curly, red, and kind of wild. It takes me forever to blow-dry my hair straight, and even after I blow-dry, I need to flat-iron to make sure all the frizz is gone. I have a drawerful of cheaper brushes with all kinds of bristles, the prices of which add up to well over what this one brush costs. There isn't a one of them in the bunch that I feel passionate about. I'm going to give the Groove Elliptic Styling Brush a spin. The older I get and the longer I grow my hair out, the more I realize that it's quality and not quantity that matters with things like hair brushes. I cannot wait for this gorgeous brush to arrive!

  • Sharon
    Sharon
    4/24/2014 1:13 PM

    @April I am interested with this product, but I am going to pass on it for now for two reasons. First, the price point is too high. Second, the product is made in China.

  • Marsha
    Marsha
    4/24/2014 1:24 PM

    I've been hair-centric since 1973 and would gladly pay "more" for a well-designed, highly functional hair brush. It's an investment in a "tool" I will use everyday. But two things concerned me about this item: the handle looks too skinny and the video never gave us a clear shot of the entire brush or how it is held or how it is first applied to the hair.

    I wasn't sold--I was left skeptical. Too bad.

  • Meredith
    Meredith
    4/24/2014 1:26 PM

    Hi everyone!

    Meredith here from The Grommet Discovery Team. As someone with very thick and curly hair that is hard to manage, I was a bit skeptical of the price point as well. After testing this brush for the past few weeks, I can tell you that I have noticed a big difference from my normal drug store bought hair brush. It is nice to only have to use one brush instead of numerous styling tools. The shape makes styling super easy. Hope this helps!

  • Guest
    Guest
    4/24/2014 2:25 PM

    I agree, the combination of the high price and that it is made in China are why I will also pass.

    I am always open to paying more for products made here in the US, Canada, etc., but even $60 for a brush is high.

  • Guest
    Guest
    4/24/2014 2:52 PM

    @Guest

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    4/24/2014 3:29 PM

    Hi All,

    Thanks for your feedback here and thoughts on the cost. We know this higher price point can be tough to swallow and isn't right for everyone. Our curation team chose this brush because of the fact that it's distinctively different from most brushes on the market. The design itself is what made it stand out and the fact that it's one piece means it won't snap or break apart like many brushes. It's meant to last so one purchase is worth its weight in gold to us.

  • Linda
    Linda
    4/24/2014 6:49 PM

    I agree that is pricey. My concern is the handle. The older I get my grip is weak. the handle needs to be somewhat bigger . I'd be welling to buy, if I could return it.

    linda

  • Suzi
    Suzi
    4/24/2014 10:33 PM

    I don't know where everyone buys their brushes but a decent paddle brush easily runs $32. to over $100. I am 60, hair halfway down my back, I am routinely charged twice for procedures because it is so thick & have learned that QUALITY will last & will work. The cheap brushes (under $50. usually) give me what I pay for; cheap results. Looking forward to trying this, I love boar bristle/understand the expense of start up USA production but hope to see that change?!

    sfTX

    sftx

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    4/25/2014 11:04 AM

    Hi Linda,

    Thanks for your question.The handle is thinner at the top but slightly bulges in the middle giving it an hour glass shape and feel. It's not difficult to hold onto at all. Unfortunately because this is a cosmetic product, we aren't able to accept returns.

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    4/25/2014 11:07 AM

    Hi Suzi,

    Thanks for your support here and you are right. For this level of quality, the price is comparable to other high end brushes on the market. Many of our Makers try their best to have their products manufactured in the U.S. but it's not always possible, unfortunately. Hopefully we'll see this trend change as more 3D printers and manufacturing options become available.

  • Sharon
    Sharon
    4/25/2014 11:38 AM

    Several of the commenters have long, thick hair. I have just the opposite -- very fine, thin hair. How does the brush work for my type of hair?

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    4/25/2014 1:03 PM

    Hi Sharon,

    While the brush is helpful for those with thick hair, it's designed for all hair types and you will notice that the bristles flow through your thinner with ease as well and still add the extra shine. You also won't need to pull or tug as you may need to do with other brushes so you won't lose as much hair while you brush.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Kellie Little

Styling Brush

Hair Envy

With more than 20 years of salon experience, Kellie Little knows that not all styling tools are created equally. Everything from the materials and construction right down to how a brush feels in your hand can affect the end results.

With her original creation of the Groove Elliptic, Kellie combined the benefits of a boar bristle
hairbrush with the ionic properties of synthetic bristles for even distribution of oils, silky locks, and lovely shine. Like a paddle and round brush all rolled into one, these brushes can massage, straighten, smooth, shine, volumize, and curl. Its patented ergonomic handle is designed for comfort and its unibody construction is built to last. Kellie recently introduced the Groove Voyager, a smaller version, that's ideal for styling all hair lengths.

Tame it, flip it, curl it under. With these styling brushes, you can change the way your hair looks without changing your styling tool.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Kellie
    Kellie

    Hi, Kellie Little here, salon owner, stylist and creator of this easy to use tool, which was developed for all of us that want to style our hair at home and look like we just stepped out of the salon! This hairbrush does it all - detangles wet or dry hair, massages the scalp and styles all hair types with tremendous silkiness and shine. The substantial bristles can hold thick sections of hair while withstanding the heat of the blowdryer. The ergonomic handle is comfortable and easy to use. Men love it too! Have any questions/comments? Please feel free to share below. Feedback is always appreciated. Thanks and hope you enjoy your new hairbrush. Styling made easier...

  • Katheryn
    Katheryn
    4/24/2014 12:40 PM

    Pricey....anybody think it's worth it?

  • April
    April
    4/24/2014 12:56 PM

    I have hair much like that girl from the movie "Brave." It's thick, curly, red, and kind of wild. It takes me forever to blow-dry my hair straight, and even after I blow-dry, I need to flat-iron to make sure all the frizz is gone. I have a drawerful of cheaper brushes with all kinds of bristles, the prices of which add up to well over what this one brush costs. There isn't a one of them in the bunch that I feel passionate about. I'm going to give the Groove Elliptic Styling Brush a spin. The older I get and the longer I grow my hair out, the more I realize that it's quality and not quantity that matters with things like hair brushes. I cannot wait for this gorgeous brush to arrive!

  • Sharon
    Sharon
    4/24/2014 1:13 PM

    @April I am interested with this product, but I am going to pass on it for now for two reasons. First, the price point is too high. Second, the product is made in China.

  • Marsha
    Marsha
    4/24/2014 1:24 PM

    I've been hair-centric since 1973 and would gladly pay "more" for a well-designed, highly functional hair brush. It's an investment in a "tool" I will use everyday. But two things concerned me about this item: the handle looks too skinny and the video never gave us a clear shot of the entire brush or how it is held or how it is first applied to the hair.

    I wasn't sold--I was left skeptical. Too bad.

  • Meredith
    Meredith
    4/24/2014 1:26 PM

    Hi everyone!

    Meredith here from The Grommet Discovery Team. As someone with very thick and curly hair that is hard to manage, I was a bit skeptical of the price point as well. After testing this brush for the past few weeks, I can tell you that I have noticed a big difference from my normal drug store bought hair brush. It is nice to only have to use one brush instead of numerous styling tools. The shape makes styling super easy. Hope this helps!

  • Guest
    Guest
    4/24/2014 2:25 PM

    I agree, the combination of the high price and that it is made in China are why I will also pass.

    I am always open to paying more for products made here in the US, Canada, etc., but even $60 for a brush is high.

  • Guest
    Guest
    4/24/2014 2:52 PM

    @Guest

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    4/24/2014 3:29 PM

    Hi All,

    Thanks for your feedback here and thoughts on the cost. We know this higher price point can be tough to swallow and isn't right for everyone. Our curation team chose this brush because of the fact that it's distinctively different from most brushes on the market. The design itself is what made it stand out and the fact that it's one piece means it won't snap or break apart like many brushes. It's meant to last so one purchase is worth its weight in gold to us.

  • Linda
    Linda
    4/24/2014 6:49 PM

    I agree that is pricey. My concern is the handle. The older I get my grip is weak. the handle needs to be somewhat bigger . I'd be welling to buy, if I could return it.

    linda

  • Suzi
    Suzi
    4/24/2014 10:33 PM

    I don't know where everyone buys their brushes but a decent paddle brush easily runs $32. to over $100. I am 60, hair halfway down my back, I am routinely charged twice for procedures because it is so thick & have learned that QUALITY will last & will work. The cheap brushes (under $50. usually) give me what I pay for; cheap results. Looking forward to trying this, I love boar bristle/understand the expense of start up USA production but hope to see that change?!

    sfTX

    sftx

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    4/25/2014 11:04 AM

    Hi Linda,

    Thanks for your question.The handle is thinner at the top but slightly bulges in the middle giving it an hour glass shape and feel. It's not difficult to hold onto at all. Unfortunately because this is a cosmetic product, we aren't able to accept returns.

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    4/25/2014 11:07 AM

    Hi Suzi,

    Thanks for your support here and you are right. For this level of quality, the price is comparable to other high end brushes on the market. Many of our Makers try their best to have their products manufactured in the U.S. but it's not always possible, unfortunately. Hopefully we'll see this trend change as more 3D printers and manufacturing options become available.

  • Sharon
    Sharon
    4/25/2014 11:38 AM

    Several of the commenters have long, thick hair. I have just the opposite -- very fine, thin hair. How does the brush work for my type of hair?

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    4/25/2014 1:03 PM

    Hi Sharon,

    While the brush is helpful for those with thick hair, it's designed for all hair types and you will notice that the bristles flow through your thinner with ease as well and still add the extra shine. You also won't need to pull or tug as you may need to do with other brushes so you won't lose as much hair while you brush.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.