A hairstylist friend of mine gave me The Wet Brush as a gift several months ago and it’s been a definite game changer in my own hair routine, and also at work. If you haven’t used one before, I know it sounds too good to be true. How can a hair brush be different than any other hair brush on the market? I’m not sure how they do it, but The Wet Brush glides through even the most knotted, wet or tangled hair with ease.
I have a ton of hair, which takes me a long time to detangle when it’s wet. I inevitably end up ripping out strands and causing breakage at the ends. With The Wet Brush, it takes me 30 seconds to brush through my wet hair. This brush not only saves time in the morning, but there’s noticeably less damage, keeping my hair healthy.
I especially love using The Wet Brush when I’m working with children. Kids usually have some kind of knots, along with sensitive scalps. The other day on set, I was working with two young girls who had the most fine, soft hair. It was even starting to knot when the wind blew it in a specific direction. The Wet Brush was a lifesaver that day. The girl’s mom already owned a few of these brushes and said it’s the only thing she can use on them, or there’s guaranteed tears.
I’ve used The Wet Brush successfully on curly hair, thinning hair, and natural hair. It’s truly fantastic. I have been telling everyone about this brush, and I give them away like candy so I’m pretty sure people are going to start thinking I work for the company. While hairbrushes are not the most exciting beauty buy, I promise once you try it out, you too will sound as annoying as I do raving about a hairbrush in daily conversation.
I currently own the original model, but they carry a whole range of brushes for different purposes.
Disclaimer: I have not been contacted by the company nor have I been provided product for this review. This product was given to me as a gift and I have since purchased several on my own.