Thursday, 28 February 2013

The Tangle Teaser

Hey lovelies,
 
I thought I'd show you one of my latest purchases, the Tangle Teaser. Most of you have probably seen that I've recently had my hair ombred. I did have a slight bit done on the ends of my hair last August, but in January, I decided to take the plunge & go three-quarters blonde! I'm not going to go into the ombre-ing routine as I'm sure you all know what it is, but for those of you who don't, they bleach your hair. It basically removes all the colour from the hair, leaving it a light blonde (sometimes yellowy) colour depending on how long the bleach is left on. Obviously doing this makes the hair very brittle & you have to take extra care of it. I've found as well, blonde hair is a lot more knotty & gets tangled easier. Does anyone else find this?
 
So, anyway, after a couple of weeks of my new hair & after splitting ends, knots & bits snapping off from using a normal hairbrush, I decided to invest in the Tangle Teaser.

 
I've heard so many good things about this product, it was hard not to resist after the promise of; de-tangling hair easily, teeth that bend on knots so not to rip hair apart, stress-free tangle removing that doesn't pull on hair leaving it with split ends, can be used on dry or wet hair & (not that I have extensions) but can be used on them too.

After I wash my hair, it's so tangled even after conditioning it because it's so thick.

 
I start to work the Tangle Teaser through my hair, one side at a time.
 
 
I absolutely love the shape of the brush, it's so easy to hold.


One side done..

 
& finished!
 
My hair is still uncontrollable at times, but this brush does help to rid it of tangles & knots.
 
The cheapest one I found was £9.95 on Amazon & they come in a range of colours, but alternatively I know Boots do them online & in store for £10.99.

Have you tried this brush? What did you think?

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10 comments:

  1. I've never tried one but always been tempted as I also have thick hair. Do you think it's worth the money? X

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    1. Yeah I do babe, it's perfect :D x

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  2. Total must have! Fabulous post, love. If you get a sec, I'd love to hear your thoughts on my latest outfit. xo

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  3. I always eye these in Boots but never throw one in my basket. I should as I have really fine hair that somehow gets knotty with even a breath of wind, haha.

    Jayde xo

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    1. Hair can be such a pain can't it!? x

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  4. Oh I'm so glad you reviewed this!! I've wanted one for a while but I wasn't sure if it was just a bog-standard brush! My hair does tend a snap easily when I use my usual brush (a quid one from Primarni!) so I might invest in one of these to see if it works it's magic! xxxxxxxxxxxx

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    1. Totally think you should babe! xxxxxxxxx

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  5. This sounds like a really interesting product! I'm the opposite though- my hair tends to be flat as a pancake :(

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    1. Ah no babe really? :/ I always think having thick hair is such a pain, would love it if mine stayed flat for once instead of frizzing! x

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