The Tea On The Tangle Teezer Detangling Brush On Thick 4c Hair

Welcome back to my blog.

It’s been long since I asked this, but how are you all doing? Like, really? How has your week been? This week has been an okay week for me. I had a serious dysmenorrhea this week and it wasn’t funny at all. I haven’t had one that serious since last year December. The good thing was that I noticed it 2 days before it finally came and so I was on alert and was already prepared. The pains came with vomiting and I was so annoyed because I had some errands to run that day. I had to take painkillers, drink green tea and go about my day when I had some relief cause I’m a strong girl😉.

Anyway, over to the gist of today. I’m probably the last to use it, but I got this detangling brush called tangle teezer cause I’ve been feeling that wide tooth combs no longer do the job and I’m not a pro at finger detangling to be able to get out all the knots in my hair. My hair is not the thickest out there, but it’s still a lot and properly finger detangling my whole head of hair can’t happen, at least not now. So I decided to incorporate a brush.

I bought this brush for 800naira.

It has a very funny shape and it’s not the most comfortable tool in terms of holding it to detangle your hair because of it’s shape, but once I got the hang of it, it got the job done. The bristles of the brush are soft and flexible so it was easy to glide through my hair. This brush also smooths the hair and so it helped to define my coils. My coils were looking so juicy and hella healthy.

Of course, before I got there brush I had to check YouTube for reviews and even though people had mixed thoughts about it, I decided to give it a try myself. I noticed that most people just went straight to using the brush, but I first of all detangled my hair with a wide tooth before using the brush and I made sure that I worked with fairly small sections. When I encountered a knot, I would stop to take the knot out with my fingers then continue with the brush.

Overall, I really like the brush, and I’ll continue using it when I feel my hair needs a thorough detangling session. After deep conditioning and detangling my hair, my hair felt so plush. There were no tangles in my hair when it came to moisturizing and styling and I can’t remember the last time that happened. And did I mention that this brush is pain free? You should totally try this brush out if you’re tender headed. Remember to always detangle your hair from the ends to the roots of your hair.

I wouldn’t recommend this brush as the first step for detangling. The brush should be used after using your fingers or a wide tooth comb to detangle your hair. Also, don’t bother detangling your hair with this brush if the product you’re using to detangle your hair doesn’t have enough slip or you’ll be damaging your ends in the long run.

Do you use a detangling brush for your hair?

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