This little dime has definitely added to my hair game.  Especially when I was trying to grow out my hair and wanted to avoid breakage at all costs.  It’s very gentle, while still getting the job done.

  Tangle Teezer

My hair is super fine and tangles easily.  If I don’t keep up on it during the day (which I usually don’t) it can become a nightmare situation when I’m about to jump into bed. Whenever I use the Tangle Teezer, it makes it soooooo much easier to detangle.  And it’s definitely a bonus that it never rips my hair out.  The bristles are plastic and very bendy, so it’s nice and easy when working through the hair.  It can be used on wet or dry hair.  When I get out of the shower I will either use my trusty wide tooth comb or the Tangle Teezer (I go through my hair once and usually don’t mess with it again until it’s air dried).  After that I am loyal to the TT…can’t stop, won’t stop.

Tangle Teezer

Here’s Sephora’s description for it:

Tangle Teezer is an innovative tool that painlessly and easily removes tangles and knots as it styles and dries hair. The uniquely designed teeth flex and flick as they glide through hair, minimizing breakage, splitting, and damage. With patented technology, it adds shine and reboots style on the go. Ideal for use on wet or dry hair, it can be used for all hair types, especially fragile or color-treated hair, extensions, weaves, and the fine, tangle-prone hair of children.”

Plus, it’s great to massage your scalp every day (I’ve heard it promotes hair growth, so why not give it a shot?).  At the end of the night I love to really get in there with this bad boy.

I found mine at Ulta about a year ago for around $10 and this was my only color option at the time.  But after checking out their website, the colors/patterns seem endless.  I think pink and black are pretty standard at Ulta and Target these days.  And Sephora has a lot of fun designs (that come with a cover for the bristles too!).  The next time you are out and about, I would definitely recommend grabbing one of these.

Has anybody else tried this out and love it as much as I do?  Is it similar to the Wet Brush?

♦ Stephanie

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