Friday, 9 October 2015

The Wet Brush



Wet Brush | £7.29 | Amazon |

I was intrigued by The Wet Brush; it popped up on a few blogs and I knew I had to try it out for myself. It looks like any other brush, it's not a fancy shape like the Tangle Teezer (which I love by the way, I have two), but it's bright pink, so it had to be mine. 

The Wet Brush states it will detangle hair after it's been washed. 'The healthy after shower brush, no tears, no snags, no clumps, no tangles!'

It works great on any hair type, wet or dry and has soft, flexible bristles.


I like the Wet Brush, I've been picking it up more often than my Tangle Teezer and my Denman brushes, however, it doesn't do everything it claims. When the hair is wet or dry, it still snags on tangled hair but it doesn't hurt or pull like some brushes can. Once in motion, if the brush comes to a tangle, it goes right through with a slight tug. It doesn't get stuck at the tangle and require forceful brushing.


The reason I like it is because the bristles are long and separated, so it combs through a lot of hair in one swipe. My hair is pretty thick and I don't need to section it off to brush it with the Wet Brush (like I do with the short bristles of the Tangle Teezer). I feel like it works just as well on wet hair as it does dry hair.  

It's a good brush and I would recommend it but it's not revolutionary. I get the same result brushing my hair after I've showered with any of my other brushes. 

Have you tried the Wet Brush?

2 comments:

  1. I'm always very sceptical of these types of brushes but can't help be tempted- it's nice to see an honest review :) I have quite thin hair so I tend to stick with a wide-toothed comb when my hair is wet - I think I'll stay with it now.
    Gillian  xx  EyelinerFlicks

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    1. I'm the same, I wanted to give a go and I was after a brush so might as well. I do really like it but it's just a brush lol x

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