TRIED & TESTED: Tangle Teezer – Wet Detangling Hairbrush

As you may have seen in my recent UK beauty haul, I picked up a new Tangle Teezer – and here are my thoughts.

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The product

If you don’t know what a Tangle Teezer is – you’ve been missing out. These iconic hairbrushes make detangling (wet) hair easier than ever and help prevent breakage. The Tangle Teezer works wonders on wet hair, and can be used in or out the shower. With over 40 million brushes sold worldwide, it deserves to be called a cult beauty product of our generation.

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The review

I’ve used a Tangle Teezer before. I already owned two: one regular-size hot pink one and one mini version that I use when travelling. But one downside of these is that they don’t have a handle. When I came across a particularly difficult knot, they often ended up flying through the air because they simply slipped out of my hand. They always survived, though – they may be made of plastic, but the quality is solid.

Nevertheless, I felt like a Tangle Teezer with a handle would make my day-to-day life easier. Which is why I picked up this new one in baby pink and baby blue. It’s been a great upgrade, really. The 325 unique flexible teeth detangle just as quickly as my old Tangle Teezer, but there aren’t as many things flying through my bathroom so that’s a big plus.

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The price

I picked up this particular Tangle Teezer at Boots for 12 pounds. You can find similar ones on bol.com and have one shipped to you in no time.

Until next time,

Martine

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