Today I want to tell you all about a product that to be honest with you, when I first saw it I thought it wasn't going to be much to write home about.
I'm going to let you know my thoughts on the Macadamia Oil No Tangle Styler Brush* which I received in a goody bag from the mid summer event held by Look Fantastic in August this year. My brush actually came in a set with a sample of Macadamia oil and a sachet of the hair mask but I stupidly didn't take any photographs of the set, total blogger fail I know.
When I first saw this brush I thought it was just a tangle teaser type product and although I do use my pink tangle teaser I don't love it and thought I'd feel the same about this brush. How wrong could I be? I love this brush, my hair is only fine but I have lots of it and when it has just been washed, for some reason it is really knotty or wuggie (is that even a word? it is now) and it is really hard to brush through.
What the Macadamia Natural Oil website says about the brush:
* Smoothes the cuticle layer
* Minimises breakage, splitting and damage
* Painless and stress-free detangled
* Recommended for fragile or chemically treated and coloured hair
* Excellent for scalp massage and improved circulation
* Safe for use with hair extensions
My thoughts on the brush:
I am very impressed with the brush, my hair is so much easier to brush when it is wet, I don't have to tug at my hair at all, I don't experience any hair soreness at all when I brush my hair when it's wet and usually I hate brushing my hair when it is wet and it hurts so much because it's so "wuggy" and I love the fact it has a handle on it, it's so easy to use and just like any other hair brush but one that is so much better at detangling. I totally agree with the painless and stress free detangling, it doesn't hurt at all when I brush my hair.
I can't say I have noticed if my hair is in any better condition than it was, I have my hair trimmed usually every 5/6 weeks so I don't usually suffer with split ends, but I can imagine that if you do have hair that is hard to brush through, using a normal hair brush would damage your hair if you tugged at it so using this brush would certainly minimise any damage to the hair. I definitely recommend this brush and think it would be brilliant for someone who suffers from being hair sore or has children who hate having their hair brushed, this sorts out my wuggy main in seconds, and I am very impressed with it and will definitely re purchase another brush when I need to.
If you would like to try the no tangle styler brush it is available here or here in green or here in pink. The brush retails at prices between £6.80 and £9.95.
Have you tried the no tangle styler brush? What did you think?
Thanks for reading, much love