I honestly bless the day that I discovered this product. I can’t believe I lived most of my life without one. I can promise you here and now ladies, if you have shoulder-length or longer hair (or have a young child who struggles with hair washing and brushing), this product will make your life infinitely better and you will thank me endlessly for turning you on to it. I can’t imagine ever being without one with my unruly mane. They will have to prise it out of my cold dead hands. For that reason, it’s in my KC Recommends most vital, must-have products it’s THAT good. Amongst fashion and beauty people, it has the iconic status similar to the iPhone. Once tried, you can’t live without.
The tangle teezer device swishes through wet hair (and even dry – I have a good old brush before washing hair) making it tangle free, like it says in the name, without any of the pain, the tugging or the yanking at the roots. It is, quite frankly, a joy to use. It’s the secret weapon of professional hair stylists and salons nationwide it’s such a smooth little operator.
What is it?
It’s a squat plastic brush that’s easy to hold and use with different size soft ‘spike’ bristles that magically de-tangle hair. It looks so simple yet Shaun P, the inventor, says it took years of research and development with different designs.
How do you us it?
I flaunt the rules and use on dry hair pre-washing too but it comes into its own with newly washed hair that needs combed through. This practical little devil does all the work in half the time. Totally pain free. If only it had existed when I was a child. I still remember the agony of having my hair yanked and pulled free of knots.
What are its benefits?
Washing hair becomes completely stress-free as you don’t have the pain of tugging at tangles and knots post wash and that hollow dread. And, if you have children, this will mean less tears and tantrums. They may even learn to enjoy hair-washing time. In fact, there’s even a special kids’ cute tangle-teezer called The Magic Flowerpot that allows them to brush their own hair and brings out their little inner-princess. I bet Rapunzel would have killed for a tangle teezer. Ever see a picture of a celeb with unruly hair that need going over? I always think, “she hasn’t discovered tangle-teezer yet.”
How much does it cost?