Tuesday, 3 March 2015

My Knotty Hair Saviour: The Wet Brush


When I get out of the shower one of the first things I have to contend with is my wet and knotty hair. I usually arm myself with my leave-in conditioner (the Aussie Miracle Hair Insurance) and a standard hairbrush, but the latter has been relegated. Enter my new weapon: The Wet Brush.

Although it is called The Wet Brush, it can actually be used on dry hair too and I use it for both. I can't get over how amazingly well this works; it practically glides through hair as if to say, "what knots?!". No tugging, no pulling, zero effort. The Wet Brush accredits this to its Intelliflex bristles, which are super thin, strong and flexible, bouncing back after each stroke to eliminate hair breakage and any pain often associated with de-tangling. The ends of the bristles, called SofTips, are designed to be gentle enough to massage the scalp, yet firm enough to tease out knots.

If you struggle with knotty hair and are in need of some extra help, I'd seriously recommend The Wet Brush. It's been my knotty hair saviour and I can't see myself without it now. There's lots of different colours to choose from and it's affordable too, coming in at around the £9.00 mark on Amazon here (I believe the full price is £11.99). I want to get the mini version now for my handbag, which is rather adorably called The Squirt.

Have you tried The Wet Brush? If not, do you have a knotty hair saviour?

Beauty Bird xx


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  1. I haven't tried the Wet Brush but I'm definitely interested in one :) I love the Tangle Teezer I have so it would be interesting to see if this was better :)

    Dannie x
    www.famousinjapan.co.uk

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    1. I'd be interested to compare them both too xx

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  2. Going to have to get this for my daughter Sasha - sounds ideal as she has a mass of hair that's always tangled - especially when wet! xx

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    1. This would be perfect for her Jenny! xx

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  3. I haven't tried this as I've stuck with my Tangle Teezer but this sounds great! x
    http://cocoamay.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I've never tried the Tangler Teezer but would like to. I like that The Wet Brush has a handle though xx

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  4. wow, I never heard of this one. When I read this post I thought "oh great, another thing you'll have to order in the UK", but as it turns out it is available in Germany as well. Yay.
    At the moment I'm using a Tangle Teezer, but I recently bleached my hair and now it's SO knotty after washing it that even the Tangle Teezer can't help.
    So I guess I'll buy a Wet Brush and hope it saves my hair.

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    1. I'm so glad it's available where you are Bianka, especially if the Tangle Teezer isn't doing what you need it to xx

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  5. I have a wet brush too and absolutely love it! I find Tangle Teazers good too. Thanks for sharing x

    Amy | The Perks of Being Amy

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    1. Which one do you prefer? Thanks for commenting xx

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  6. Ohh this sounds good actually. I never seem to buy new hair brushes so think I may have to treat myself!

    Annabel ♥
    Mascara & Maltesers

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    1. Same here, but this one sounded so good to me too that I just had to buy one xx

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  7. I don't think I'd like to use it on wet hair bit it sounds good as a regular brush! :)

    Tara x

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    1. I use it for general brushing and tying up my hair too xx

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  8. I can't wait to receive my Look Fantastic Beauty Box now as I know there's one of these brushes in there and it sounds amazing. I'lll be sure to use it on my toddler's hair especially, it's a long knotty mess x

    Beauty with charm

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    1. Yeah they have the mini one in the Look Fantastic box :-) I'd like to get one to carry in my handbag xx

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  9. I love my Tangle Teezer but I've been meaning to try this Wet brush for a while now as I think they'd be better for my thick hair!

    Style Sunrise ☀

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    1. As this one has a handle it'd probably be a lot easier to use :-) xx

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  10. I tend to stick to my standard Denham but might give this a go. Never used a tangle teaser as I like brushes with handles... Are the dangers of brushing when wet just a load of rubbish then?

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    1. I have no idea! I like ones with handles too xx

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  11. This brush would most probably save my life!

    All your posts are so lovely by the way! xx

    lotsofloveliz.blogspot.com

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