Tangle Teezer Tames Tangled Hair

Tangle Teezer

Tangle Teezer

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My 4-year-old granddaughter does NOT like having her hair brushed and it’s always a battle!  One time I was attempting to brush her hair and she kept covering her hair with her hands.  Then she said:  “Don’t forget there’s brains in there.”

However, her mama recently found a brush that makes the battle a little easier.  I was so impressed with the magic brush that I got one, too.  Combined with a few sprays of No More Tangles, brushing Ivy’s hair got a lot easier.

The brush is called the Tangle Teezer and you can get it from amazon.com or directly from the tangle teezer website for about $15.  It’s an odd looking brush but it sure does a good job.

Tangle Teezer

Tangle Teezer

Tangle Teezer

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Now that’s not to say that brushing Ivy’s hair is easy now – it’s still not easy but it’s a lot better.  The Tangle Teezer doesn’t pull as much as a regular brush.  And to make it even easier, I’ve been letting Ivy brush her own hair with the Tangle Teezer and then I just touch it up.

Tangle Teezer

So if you have a kid who resists having his/her hair brushed because of the tangles, or if you struggle with tangles in your own hair, try the Tangle Teezer.  It’s awesome.

DISCLAIMER:  I did not receive compensation for this post.  I just like the product.

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Born in Kentucky, I am a wife and mom to 1 son and 2 daughters . I have an ink pen obsession, as well as a love for all things planner. I have been married for 10 years to my high school crush. I am a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

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10 thoughts on “Tangle Teezer Tames Tangled Hair

  1. My daughter has waist-length hair, and brushing used to be a daily battle. When she was 4 a friend gave us a Tangle Teezer brush and said, “This is the best gift anyone will ever give you.” It’s not much of an exaggeration! We called it her Magic Brush because it really does work, and to this day (5 years later!) is the only brush she will let near her head.

    1. Yes! It is definitely like magic. Ivy won’t let us near her with a regular brush either. Her hair is curly and and she has a lot of it so it gets really bad tangles. This brush has made it so much easier.

  2. I have fairly long, fine, tangle-prone hair. Just sitting at my desk during the day for a couple hours is enough to create a tangled mess I can’t get a brush through. I actually found one of these at Marshalls, for $4, so I couldn’t pass it up. It lives in my bag all the time now. For daily brushing, I love my Wet Brush though which is more of a traditional-looking brush. Despite it’s name, you can use it on dry hair. It makes brushing my hair when wet completely manageable. In fact, my hair dresser has actually stopped trying to brush my hair with a regular brush, and goes straight for the Wet Brush every time. My favorite part about both of these brushes is that they aren’t absurdly expensive.

  3. I have not heard of either of these products but my grown daughter still has issues with tangles. I will be ordering each of these for her. Thank you for sharing.

  4. The type of shampoo can help with the greatly. My hair can be a snarly mess with certain shampoos. Conditioner helps too.

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