Review: Tangle Teezer22:07
Today it's about a product, that will tame your unruly mane. It's about the infamous Tangle Teezer.
I have to admit I wanted it for a long time, but somehow just always forgot to buy it. Now, I finally did, and I am very glad. I was skeptical of it's performance and it proved me wrong.
I ordered it on Feelunique, when it was on sale, for 9.56€. Now it's 11.48€. I bough the original in black.
Tangle Teezer came in plastic box, which had a nice United Kingdom flag design inside. The box has all the important things written on-like technology behind it, who invented it and how to use. The product is very light-which is a nice change from all those heavy regular hair brushes.
The bristles are very thin and they alternate between short and long ones. The dots at the end of the bristles are really small. Bristles are soft and they can easily bend. I think that is the main reason, why brushing through the hair gets a lot easier. The bristles seem to bend and because they are so thin, they go through the hair with a certain ease and don't pull out your hair or stop in the middle.
I really like how it performs. I have been using it for a few days and I have to say, I am not going back to those regular hair brushes-ever again! I have a lot of split ends and a nest on the back of my head. Tangle Teezer has copped with this like a pro. No more pulling the hair, no more rescuing the brush out of the hair and especially no more additional breakage. I love it so much, that I seem to brush my hair few times a day, for no reason at all. It just feels so nice :)
I find Tangle Teezer to be great for brushing dry or wet hair. Of course, I don't recommend brushing wet hair, because you can still damage it. It also gives you a really nice head massage, if you use it on the roots of the hair. Heck, it is even great for scratchy scalp days :).
I guess, you have all realized by now, that I just really like it and would recommend it to anyone. Especially to those, who feel like they pull and break a lot of hair with a regular brush. Which is what I used to did, and damaged my hair further on.
Do you own any Tangle Teezer products and how do you like them?