The Tangle Teezer claims “It’s a super smooth operator that works the minute hair is lathered and rinsed. Glides through wet, vulnerable and colour treated hair with no pulling, tugging or yanking.” And it totally does. I’m terrible for just brushing my hair with a regular brush straight out the shower, and looking at the amount of hair in my brush, I’ve realised just how damaging that is. I’ve been using the Tangle Teezer for around 3 months now, and I’ve seen very little loss of hair whilst brushing, as well as minimised shedding overall (which also may have something to do with my use of Redken Extreme Anti-Snap- review coming soon).
This isn’t so much of a review as I’m sure everyone and their mother owns one of these by now, I just wanted to dedicate a post to this magical hair-beast. I have white-blonde hair, so it’s extremely damaged as you can imagine and while do I spend a lot of time and money on products to keep my hair looking less like a birds nest and more like a magical unicorns mane, nothing has done my hair as much good as this has in a long time.
The Tangle Teezer is £10.99 in Boots, but you can definitely get it for a few pounds cheaper online. If like me, you aren’t accustomed to buying hair brushes (and have no idea how much they should cost), £10.99 might seem a bit steep, but let me tell you, this bad boy is worth very single penny. I don’t know if I could sing this brushes praises enough. Even if you don’t think you have a lot of tangles, you’re hair is going to be thankful for you being a tad bit gentler to it.