22.4.15

The Wet Brush Paddle Brush


I've spoken before about my undying love for my Tangle Teezer. Well I may have just found a replacement, cue The Wet Brush Paddle Brush* (£13.99). I admit before using this and just looking at it, I had visions of it barely getting through my very knotty hair but I was pleasantly surprised. I was able to brush my hair with minimal pain. The brushes bristles are very flexible but at the same time strong. The flexible bristles are what makes the brush pain free to use. I use it on wet and dry hair and it doesn't pull my hair and cause any unnecessary damage to my hair. Between The Wet Brush and Tangle Teezer, I have to say that The Wet Brush comes up on top for me due the handle it has and ease of use compared to the latter. I  My only complaint is that it can be a little tricky to clean the brush, especially if you have long hair like mine. I have however discovered that there is a brush cleaner available from Wet Brush which costs around £5 on Amazon. I've yet to try that but it does look like a nifty tool which would effectively remove most of the hair and fluff from the brush. 

What's your favourite type of hair brush?
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  1. I had been thinking about purchasing the Tangle Teezer for a while, since the time I saw a youtuber praising it. However I think I will go for this one now that I've read your review on it!

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  2. I'm thinking of trying this brush because the tangle teezer just wasn't everything I wanted :( I think it would work better on thinner hair, good to know it works better for you!
    Iqra |The Blushing Giraffe x

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  3. uf i do not like tangle :) i do not know why it is so popular :)

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  4. I only use my fingers :) And a comb, when necessary! I have a little daughter and I am wondering how her hair will be, so this may come in handy in shaa allah!

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  5. At the moment the tangle teezer is my favorite but this one sounds better to be honest as it looks so much easier to use.

    I know it sounds silly but have you tried using a knitting needle to remove hair from your brushes? it works wonders on mine as mine gets full of hair every 5 minutes haha!

    Fruity Flamingo

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  6. I also recently bought the wet brush for my daughter after battling to brush her knot prone hair. It was such a hit that we ended up buying 3 more for my other daughters and myself. A really worthwhile investment. We don't even use a detangling spray any longer.

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  7. Thanks for sharing! Am after a new brush so may just have to try this one

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  8. I have one that looks like that but a cheaper version. I love it :)
    www.delaldesigns.blogspot.com

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