Sunday, August 26, 2012

Tangle Teezer Salon Elite Detangling Hairbrush

another day... another restaurant! we like to go out on the weekends, since during the week my husband is pretty tied up with schoolwork. today we tried a Chinese place, it was quite good... but, again, differently done than in Virginia. somehow it's still boggling my mind how differently food tastes, even at chain restaurants like Burger King. Mama Pawlish thinks they use a lot less salt... which would explain why i like it less!

i'm so excited to share the Tangle Teezer Salon Elite detangling hairbrush with you guys! i was given this for review at Cosmoprof, and i was bouncing off the walls to try it. it's one of those things i had picked up to purchase multiple times and had just not ever gone ahead and made the commitment... i now wish i had earlier! this thing is magical! my hair texture is very fine and it tangles super easily now. this brush glides through my hair, easily pulling apart and straightening out snaggles. the best part is, it is so much less painful than using a traditional brush! you can still feel it, and if you hit a big knot, it will still hurt... but much, much less. this is the Salon Elite model, which is made to be used with dry and wet hair. i use it for everything, including distributing products like leave in conditioner evenly throughout my hair (which i've used combs to do in the past!).

i took a bunch of pictures of packaging and the brush itself to really give you a feel of what it looks like! (of course i chose the pink one!)

starting off with the packaging...

meet the inventor!

i love that the side of the box breaks down the brush!

these next pictures are of the brush itself :)

the bristles alternate between a row of short bristles and a row of long bristles. all the bristles are quite flexible, but firm enough to pull through the hair!

i was a little concerned that the brush would be difficult to hold on to... but the shape makes it easy to grip, even for my tiny little hands!

when cleaning, hair comes out fairly easily, but it's very difficult to get every single piece out. i think most hairbrushes are like that, but it does bother me. i've been using it for about a month now and some of the bristles aren't completely straight anymore, but none have broken off. i go back and forth between whether i miss having a handle on the brush or not... you do have a lot of control by having the brush completely in your hand. i really am in love with this brush... i rarely use any other brushes anymore! 

here's the official Tangle Teezer website! it's a UK based company, but it looks like other countries can order, and the price is tor the Salon Elite plus shipping is around $20 USD. i did find it here on Amazon for $16.99, and i've seen the Original Tangle Teezer in different hair salons!

have you tried a Tangle Teezer before? would you consider giving one a try? let me know what you think! Ria :)

:: this product was given to me for review, these are my honest opinions! ::


  1. Awesome! My daughters hair can be a nightmare sometimes to brush out despite using every brand of detangling shampoo, conditioners, or spray....this might just be the answer I've been looking for thank you!!!

    1. the first i time i saw it was in Virginia, my hairdresser there used it on her daughter! if you get one, let me know how it works for you guys!! :)

  2. I love my tangle teezer, got it about a month ago and I’ll never use another brush again! Its great for when I’ve just got out the shower as my hair gets really tangled then. I got mine from Hairtrade it seems to be the cheapest place you can get it at the moment. I wear I&K hair extensions too and its great on them x

  3. Vent hair brush contains a hole in its center. best hair brush


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