Cherry Pie : Tangle Teezer

5 May 2011

Tangle Teezer

I've been so occupied with the 30 Day Blog Challenge that I haven't been able to post about the products that I've recently purchased. You may or may not have noticed that the 30 Day Blog Challenge is no be honest, I got bored with it. I didn't think people were very interested in it either so I've simply gone back to blogging about whatever I want.

Today I'm going to show you one of my new lovely new products. The Tangle Teezer brush! I ordered this because I spend about 10 minutes every morning brushing my hair and trying to de-tangle it. Not only does it hurt but I also manage to pull out quite a bit of hair and it's just bloody annoying if anything. When I heard that the Tangle Teezer is the solution to knotty and tangled hair, I just had to try it.

I decided on a Purple Glittery brush instead of boring black and it was only £10.20, which I think is quite reasonable for a product like this. The brush itself looks very plastic-y and jelly like and has sharp plastic bristles but it's kind of cute and I love the glitter of course! Tangle Teezer claims that their brushes are designed to de-tangle and help smooth the hair's cuticle, in turn protecting the inner cortex from damage. They also say that using the brush will make your hair appear more lustrous by minimising cuticle damage which in turn will help colour last and reduce the risk of fading. The hair shaft is also better prepared for the onslaught of damaging heat from styling tools. That’s why we like to call it first aid for hair.

This morning, after a very quick shower, I towel dryed my hair as normal and prepared for battle. Instead of my brush coming to an abrupt hault at the first knot, it moved through my hair pretty effortlessly. The brush itself is very bulky and you really need to stretch your hand out to be able to hold it, but it's not uncomfortable at all.

When holding the handle of a brush, you have a lot of power over it and can pull it as hard as you like, wrenching at the hair and damaging it. With the Tangle Teezer there is no handle, therefore you have less power over the brush and have to let it glide through your hair instead of tugging it through.

I have to say I was pretty impressed with this. There was no pain and not tangles and my hair has remained quite smooth for most of the day. As well as the Tangle Teezer, the company also sells a couple of different tangle brushes including one that comes in a funky flower pot shape and another that is a tangle teezer and compact styler.

I would definitely recommend this product to anyone. It doesn't matter whether your hair is long or short, it's definitely worth the investment and pain free hair brushing!


  1. I'm pretty look in that I never get tangles or knots in my hair - great post though!! x

  2. So glad this product came good of its expectations. Definitely going to get one as my hair is a nightmare and it gets worse as it gets longer. Thank You!

  3. i've been tempted to try one of these for a while, sounds really good! x

  4. really wanna try this! love the glitteryness! xx

  5. I definitely need this. me and both of my girls have really curly hair and it gets so tangled

  6. My hair gets quite bad sometimes but I can never tell when it's going to be like that! I might have to invest and see whether I can really stop damaging my hair every time I wash it.

  7. I need to get one of these!! X

  8. It doesn't matter how many people recommend these, I still can't believe they work. Will clearly have to try one myself!

  9. I was the same as the commenter above me but I borrowed a friends and seriously they DO work brilliantly! I have the bright pink one :D xx


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