Are you constantly taming flyaways? Does the matrix of hair caught in your hairbrush look suspiciously dense? Did you realise your snapped strands could be a consequence of wet-hair-meets-brush?
One fact fits all – whether curly or straight, fine or thick, hair is more fragile when it’s wet. Think about it. How many hairs do we lose during a lunchtime ‘zhush’, versus a post-swim detangle? *briefly considers giving up all water-based activities in the pursuit of thick, luscious locks*.
We can’t avoid brushing wet hair altogether. How else are we supposed to ensure an even spread of conditioner, or perfect that parting, pre-blowdry? The answer is simple. We just need to find a clever contraption that can tame tresses, without causing damage.
Tangle Teezer’s new The Wet Detangler could just be the answer. Available at tangleteezer.com for a pleasing £11, it’s an update on the popular The Original, redesigned specifically for use on wet hair. The most noticeable difference is the addition of a lightweight, slimline handle, which gives a firmer grip on your hair-taming tool, meaning less chance of it pinging out of your hand mid-shower. Rejoice!
Meanwhile, longer and stronger two-tiered teeth work to smooth and detangle any type of hair with ease – no more tears when your little sister, cousin or niece asks for some hair assistance. It’s even great at distributing conditioner evenly through the hair. Plus, stylish options in Serenity Blue, Liquorice Black, Millennial Pink and Popping Pink make this hairbrush a welcome addition to your gym, beach or swimming bag.
But the best feature? Our hair remains intact, courtesy of The Wet Detangler’s teeth, which help to reduce breakage for healthier-looking hair. No more mini heart attacks as we discover just how many strands we lost while conditioning, evidenced by a continuous line drawing of hairs on the shower screen. Just silky, tangle-free lengths that you’ll want to show off. So do – with your best social media snap. #WeAreDetangling.