Tangle Teezer vs The Wet Brush


My preschooler now requires to keep her hair long for dance. The constant ouch and OUCH~~~ from her when detangling her hair was driving me nuts. So I decided to try out the detangling hair brushes in the market.

The Tangle Teezer that I bought didn’t come with a handle. I must say the design makes it easy to grip on, better control of the brush gliding through the hair. The two tier teeth bristles are made with slightly tougher material that move around the hair easily. Unlike most of the hair brushes in the market, the bristles do not come with the tiny ‘knobs’ at the end of the bristles that usually tug or pull when you are trying to brush through the hair. Perhaps that’s why it feels a little prickly on the scalp.


The Wet Brush, on the other hand, looks exactly like any normal hair brushes in the market. Remember I just mentioned that the tiny “knobs” at the end of the bristles usually tug or pull the hair? The Wet Brush doesn’t! Well, at least on my shoulder-length hair. The Wet Brush’s Intelliflex™ bristles are super thin and flexible. The SofTips™ on the very top of the bristles are gentle on scalp, I love to run the hair brush on the scalp for a good massage.


Between the Tangle Teezer and The Wet Brush, I personally prefer The Wet Brush on my shoulder-length hair. It’s comfortable to use on both the hair and scalp. However, on my preschooler who has long hair, Tangle Teezer is much preferred as it really helps to detangle her hair without any tugging or pulling. But she is not a fan of using the Tangle Teezer on her scalp. It’s prickly!

Have you tried Tangle Teezer or The Wet Brush or other detangling hair brushes? Let me know what you think!

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