Tangle Teezer The Ultimate Detangler Hairbrush | For Wet & Dry Hair | Detangles All Hair Types | Reduces Breakage, Eliminates Knots | Two-Tiered Teeth & Comfortable Handle | Millennial Pink
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Both the Wet Brush and the Tangle Teezer were relatively easy to use. That said, Wet Brush got the win here because of its standard handle and because we didn’t have to press as hard or brush as long to achieve full detangling. This hairbrush is effective at painlessly removing tangles, removing even the most stubborn of knots. We particularly like that is has a large paddle, making it especially useful for those with longer hair. Also, this brush might be a better choice for people with wavy or curly hair, as numerous users report its effectiveness in untangling stubborn knots.
The brush is made with two-tiered bristles: the longer bristles are designed to remove tangles and knots, while the shorter ones smooth down the hair cuticles to reduce frizz. And if your hair is extra vulnerable or damaged, our Ultimate Detangler Fine & Fragile is made with softer teeth, meaning it’s super gentle on your hair.The best and gentlest ways to detangle your wet hair are with your fingers, a wide-tooth comb or a wet detangling brush. Our preferred tool is a wet brush, of course. And we’re not just tooting our own horn. Using our two-tier teeth technology, our Ultimate Detangler was designed for wet hair. Not only does it have a handle so you can get a good grip when things get slippery in the shower, its 325 teeth gently flex over any knots you have, leaving you tangle-free with reduced breakage.
As a naturally wavy-haired gal, I always avoid brushing my hair when it’s dry. Why? Well, let’s just say I spent a large amount of my teenage years with hair that looked like an isosceles triangle because the minute I raked a hairbrush through it, all of my natural texture would disappear, and I would be left with a frizzy, undefined mass. PLA: Polylactic acid (PLA) is a naturally-derived, vegan alternative to plastic created from fermented plant starches. Although it's classified as a plastic, PLA is degradable and recyclable . PLA bristles may also be a good option if you aim to avoid animal products.
The handle makes it easier to grip and maneuver the brush, allowing you to hold it comfortably while giving you greater control as you detangle your hair. This design makes it a popular choice for people with fragile or fine hair that is prone to tangling. This brush is also available in a variety of colors, and it’s designed to be durable. Sustainability However, the Wet Brush may be a better choice for brushing curly hair, according to many users with curly hair who’ve compared the two products.