Tangle Teezer is a brand I’ve heard so much about, I just had to try. A few weeks ago, I dropped in on their latest launch – The Wet Detangler.
Full disclosure, my hair is not in the best place at the moment, it’s got to the point where there’s so much new growth that it’s causing the permed hair to shed quite rapidly because I refuse to cut it. This means a lot is left in the brush whenever I wash my hair so I was keen to give the new detangling brush a go.
The new Tangle Teezer wet detanglers has 325 teeth that are flexible and gentle so can navigate through wet hair without tearing and it reduces breakage too. It’s supposed to work well on dry hair as well – providing smoothness and shine.
I have to say, it made washing my hair easier although there were some broken hair in the brush after use, it was way less than what I’d usually get using a comb in the shower.
The breakage may be due to the fact that my permed hair is shedding anyway but I decided to use the detangler as recommended by Tangle Teezer which is to split hair into four sections, condition and then detangle from the mid-section to the ends. I admit this greatly the amount of hair left in the bristles after detangling so I it does pay to follow the instructions.
What I like about the Tangle Teezer Wet Detangler?
- It made detangling really easy and less of a chore
- There was were less hair left in the brush teeth after use, which is always a good thing
- The bristles are firm but soft, so there’s no scratching of the scalp, and finally the handle has a real firm grip so it won’t slip out of your hand in the shower.
Tangle Teezer also launched a Summer limited edition compact detangler which is quite cute in terms of colour (pink) and design (very on trend pineapple design) which is perfect to fit in your handbag this summer.
The Tangle Teezer Wet Detangler comes in 4 colours and is priced at £11.