While it looks like a regular brush, the bristles are actually super flexible and they glide through the hair without catching on tangles like other brushes do, and fitting to its name, was created to be specifically good on wet hair. Even right out of the shower I can brush through my hair with no catching or hearing that dreaded hair ripping sound, without even needing a detangler! I’ve honestly never had a hairbrush or comb that does such an incredible job of brushing through the hair with such minimal damage. If you’re one of those people that hates having to brush their hair, doesn’t like having to work from the ends up, or struggles from stringy/knotty hair I promise you this will give you one of those Hallelujah moments!
I’ve noticed the condition of my hair has gotten so much better since using my Wet Brush. Amongst other concerns, I was struggling with so much breakage and frizz from fly aways, and this brush has minimised it incredibly in the last month. It’s replaced all my other brushes except for a round brush for blow drying (if Wet Brush made a round brush version I would buy it!) and I am already planning on purchasing a mini one to keep in my handbag.
Wet Brushes come in a load of different colours and the best deals I’ve found are on Amazon. Mine has easily been the best $15 bucks I’ve spent on myself in ages!
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