My hair is terrible for getting tangles in it. I’m a hair twirler and knot tyer when I’m anxious (which with an anxiety disorder, is all time time), and i’ve had to take scissors to my hair to remove the mess I’ve made on several occasions. When I then go to the hairdresser I pretend my non-existent little brother put chewing gum in it, so it had to be cut out.
I now try and keep my hair as tangle-free as possible by using two brilliant products- the Dessata Mini Detangling Brush (which without making a comparison, is essentially a ‘tangle teezing brush’), and a spray leave-in conditioner Schwarzkopf Bonacure Hair Therapy Colour Freeze Spray Conditioner.
Both of these products are amazing. I use the Dessata Mini brush on wet and dry hair. It is plastic and has 440 triple length brushes which move and adapt to the curves of your head as you brush. It painlessly works through tangles and tugs; which is great as it can be such a sore process normally. I love that the curved shape of the brush sits neatly and comfortably in the palm of my hand, and that it’s small and compact to carry around for when I get in a knotty ‘situation’. Wonder why I’ve always worn my hair tied back so often?!
Everytime I wash my hair (every second day), I spray the Schwarzkopf Bonacure Hair Therapy Colour Freeze Spray Conditioner on my gently towel dried hair lengths, then brush it through to the ends. You need to give the bottle a shake to mix before you spray, and a little goes a long way. It contains products to de-tangle coloured hair that are light and won’t weigh the hair down. It’s great at adding shine, and smells nice too. What’s not to love?!
If you suffer from tangles and knots in your hair, I’d thoroughly recommended the combination of these two products. You will really notice a difference, and be a lot less sore. I have an exclusive 20% discount for the Dessata Mini Detangling Brush from Hairaisers, which you can use here by entering LAURA20 in the coupon code box on checkout..
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