Friday, 3 July 2015

Tangle Teezer Blow Styling Paddle Brush

Having long, thick and curly hair, I have grown up using detangling combs, it wasnt until a couple of years back I discovered Tangle Teezer brushes. I loved my Tangle Teezer but the one design flaw that was seemingly overlooked was wet, thick, curly hair is a nightmare to brush, as soon as the brush hit a knot it would fly out of my hand, completely and utterly useless. Several months ago my my partner pointed out the latest Tangle Teezer paddle brush in the Boots magazine, and I went out and bought it the very next day - using my Boots points.

The bristles are like none I have ever seen before, completely rubberised and space shuttle shaped, overlapping in long rows of three they make light work of your knotted hair, and the 'guttering' style gaps between the rows help drain excess water. The rubberised bristles mean no more nasty hair pulling, and once they get heated by the hair drier they become warmer and start to extract the water from your hair.

I find when using this brush I dont have to stop to unpick a knot that a regular brush cannot untangle during blow drying, this brush glides through and untangles as I dry. The large design means I can dry huge chunks of my hair, which significantly reduces the amount of heat my hair is exposed to. I also helps to dry it and keep it smoother and straighter, which is something a typical brush or comb has done for my hair in the past.

It wasn't until I misplaced this brush, and was forced to go back to a regular Tangle Teezer for a couple of weeks, that I actually noticed the difference in the amount of time I spent drying my hair. It really is one of those products that you do not realise how good it is until it's gone. This is a must have for anyone with thicker hair, or curlier hair.

I bought the 'Full Paddle' style for longer hair, which costs £18 at Boots. There is also a 'Half Paddle' available for shorter hair for £17.

Have you tried the latest Tangle Teezer Paddle Brush?

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