By Amy Anderson
I’m a self-confessed girly-girl that loves long baths, experimenting with make-up and playing with different skincare lotions and potions. However, there is nothing I hate more than having to dry my own hair. After shampooing and conditioning, attacking my wet and tangled locks with a hairbrush and dryer always seems like the worst chore imaginable, so I’ve recently been trying out some different products to make the task that little bit more appealing.
The Tangle Teezer is an innovative hairbrush by British hairdresser Shaun Pulfrey which promises to painlessly detangle even the most knotted locks. In the past few years, it’s become somewhat of a cult product with a huge following worldwide.
The Tangle Teezer is a quirky product which is made of plastic and doesn’t look particularly sturdy so I was surprised when I found it to be an incredibly effective detangling tool. My hair is really long and I often find it quite hard to manage but the Tangle Teezer glides through it easily, even when wet. The fact that it’s plastic also means it can be used in the shower which has proved to be really handy and I’ve loved it using it to brush hair masques through. Though I’ve not actually tried this myself yet, I think the Tangle Teezer would be amazing to use with hair extensions as I don’t think it would break them as much as normal hairbrushes do.
The unique shape of the Tangle Teezer also means it fits perfectly in the palm of my hand and is really comfortable to use – a major plus when drying your hair takes nearly an hour to complete!
I’ve been using the original Tangle Teezer in black but they also come in a whole range of fun, bright colours (including an amazing gold one ). They cost from £10.99 and are available from boots.com. For more information, visit tangleteezer.com
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