The best brush for detangling.


Posted in Products on February 5th, 2013 by Reagan

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This brush recently appeared at my salon in the shampoo sink area, and I’ve enjoyed it so much, it really just needs to be shared. It’s by LuxorPro and is just called “The Wet Brush”, and is meant to detangle your hair quickly and painlessly even in the shower. I’m not sure if you know this, but at a salon, long hair can easily tangle up while being shampooed at the sinks, because it kind of balls up on top of itself in there, rather than having room to hang freely like in the shower. It can really set a stylist back if they have to spend ten minutes combing out someone’s tangles, so this brush is my idea of convenience! I’m not sure how, but it really does glide through the hair, removing tangles so quickly!

It would be so great for those heads of hair that are long and incredibly thick and tangle easily, or for children with very tender scalps. I have heard people mention they’re also great for extensions, but I haven’t used them for that purpose yet.

Get one here! I like the black, which has a cool matte finish.

Also, detangle even quicker with these two leave ins!

It’s a 10
SachaJuan



30 Responses to “The best brush for detangling.”

  1. Carlie Says:

    These are seriously the best brushes ever! I am a hairdresser as well . I use one on clients as well as at home. They sell like crazy! My extensions clients LOVE them. The flexible bristles detangle well without pulling and breaking the strands when they are wet. I think it may have been my favorite tool purchase of 2012.

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  2. Reagan Says:

    @Carlie, Thank you for letting me know they’re great on Extensions! I’m so amazed at how well these brushes work!

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  3. Annie S. Says:

    Maybe this will end the screaming tantrums I throw whenever I have to detangle my hair out of the shower.

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  4. Cari Eggen Says:

    The only brush I use!

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  5. Maura Says:

    Wow! This sounds like a miracle brush…. and only 8.99…. I may have to buy one:)

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  6. Tif Says:

    This is exactly what I’ve been looking for. Thanks for the tip! I just purchased it.

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  7. Sofia Says:

    Question, my hair tangles A LOT in the cold dry Colorado weather, but I’ve heard that using a brush to detangle it actually causes hair to break/split ends. So, I’ve been using a regular wide tooth comb.

    Is this true? Does brushing vs combing make a difference??

    Thanks!!

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  8. Amber Says:

    As I was waiting for the link to load, I quietly guessed to myself that it’d be a $30 brush (totally out of my budget right now). How pleasantly surprised I was to find that it was under $10! Thank you so much! My colored/highlighted hair (and my child’s head) will thank you!

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  9. Rebecca Says:

    I love this brush so much that when I discovered it 6 months ago I bought three! It’s the only thing that works in my crazy hair and in my daughters crazy hair!!!

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  10. Alicia Says:

    We have had these brushes at my shop for months!! LOVE THEM!! perfect for any wet tangles but they pull when used in dry hair so only use in wet :) happy detangling :)

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  11. Jeannine Davis Says:

    Love this idea! My daughter wants her hair to always be cut super short so she doesn’t have to brush it because it hurts her head. She is a little bit of a drama queen if you ask me :)

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  12. Kath Says:

    Thank you so much for the recommendation! What an awesome brush! I used to dread detangling my daughter’s long, knotty hair. We were both thrilled!

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  13. Elise Says:

    We have a Wet Brush and use it a lot, but we love the Tangle Teezer even better. I have three little girls with long hair, including one with long curly hair and this brush is magic. http://www.tangleteezer.com/

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  14. Zak Says:

    DUDE. I bought that Wet Brush because you always know what you are talking about and it is legit. My hair is BB (below bewb) and it is a miracle product if you ask me.

    I bought one for my daughter too.

    THANK YOU.

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  15. Maria Lopes Says:

    This is the brush I use. Thanks for sharing this.

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  16. Eric Says:

    My hair salons also use this kind of brush. These brush make our work more professional

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  17. LoveTomo Says:

    Omg I bought this amazing curling iron here at TomoBeauty it heated up so quick and made my curls so bouncy……I got a great discount 30off100…..I’m tellin you girls try it out maybe even review their website….I’ve never seen anyone do that……

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  18. Lewis Saka Says:

    love this brush, always gets the job done

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  19. Lakeisha A. Tyson Says:

    This brush recently appeared at my salon in the shampoo sink area, and I’ve enjoyed it so much, it really just needs to be shared. It’s by LuxorPro and is just called “The Wet Brush”, and is meant to detangle your hair quickly and painlessly even in the shower. I’m not sure if you know this, but at a salon, long hair can easily tangle up while being shampooed at the sinks, because it kind of balls up on top of itself in there, rather than having room to hang freely like in the shower. It can really set a stylist back if they have to spend ten minutes combing out someone’s tangles, so this brush is my idea of convenience! I’m not sure how, but it really does glide through the hair, removing tangles so quickly!

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  20. Jenifer O. Waller Says:

    I have long wavy hair that tangles badly. I’ve been on a long search to find what products will work best for my hair. After trying many things I’ve settled on this brush combined with Johnson’s Detangler Spray. I’m so happy to have found a solution to put an end to the long frustrating process I used to go thru to get my hair brushed thru after I showered. For those of you who know how frustrating tangling hair can be I highly recommend this product & hope you also find the combination of brush & detangler that works for you! I’m so relieved that i now only have to spend a few minutes brushing my hair after I shower to have it smooth & tangle free.

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  22. Tommy Henderson Says:

    Your hair is certainly long enough for some lovely updos. Or do you not like the way you look with them? As far as keeping the tangles at bay, aloe vera gel works for me. So does using a wood comb, because it cuts down on the flyaway and static. How are you wearing your hair down? Is it subject to a lot of stress from wind or heat or other environmental factors? I have to wear my hair up for work, which used to really irritate me, because I prefer the way I look with hair down. Then I put on my big girl panties, got over it, and find I think I like the way I look with my hair up, instead. And I feel free to indulge myself with whatever hair toys I want. Once I started keeping my hair up most of the time, the condition improved, and I think the growth rate improved, too.

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  23. Cherie H. Fuentes Says:

    This brush recently appeared at my salon in the shampoo sink area, and I’ve enjoyed it so much, it really just needs to be shared. It’s by LuxorPro and is just called “The Wet Brush”, and is meant to detangle your hair quickly and painlessly even in the shower. I’m not sure if you know this, but at a salon, long hair can easily tangle up while being shampooed at the sinks, because it kind of balls up on top of itself in there, rather than having room to hang freely like in the shower. It can really set a stylist back if they have to spend ten minutes combing out someone’s tangles, so this brush is my idea of convenience! I’m not sure how, but it really does glide through the hair, removing tangles so quickly!

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  24. Jacob V. Rivera Says:

    We have two of these brushes — the green one for medium hair and the pink one for fine hair. They’re both awful. My daughter and I both have “long” hair (a few inches below shoulder length) and we were so hopeful that at least one of these brushes would effectively get out the tangles AND be easy on the scalp. Not. So. Much. The brushes hurt, even when you’re trying to be extra gentle, and they don’t do a good job getting the knots out. :(I would not recommend this product to anyone…especially considering the high price. Truly, don’t waste your money.

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  25. Loyd L. Ball Says:

    I’m pretty sure my hair is damanged, I recently got a trim… i dont use a lot of heat in it , i normally just blow dry my hair and also the only product i use in my hair is leave in conditioner. my hair is pretty log, when pulled up to the front it reaches above my belly button. basically my hair just tangles a bunch… i could be in school and brush out my hair and about half an hour later it just feels really tangly and when i brush it out again, it hurts and obviously has a lot of tangles. what can i do to stop this or why does it tangle to much?

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  26. Gold Price Says:

    This brush was a gamble of a buy. I was looking for a good solution to make brushing mine and my daughters’ hair less of a pain, and I htought I’d try the Wet Brush. The gamble paid off, b/c somehow this brush is effective and relatively painless. I’m not sure what is special about it. The bristles are a little soft…but not extremely, they still get through your hair. It feels like maybe it’s not working at first, b/c, no pain, then, before you know it, the tangles are out. I’m considering getting a second one so we can keep one in the shower, and one on the dresser.

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  27. Heriberto Valdez Says:

    prone to tangles (literally, I can blow on my hair and it will tangle) and I’ve been using the Tangle Teaser for quite some time now, which helps immensely. But when my friends started raving about The Wet Brush, I. HAD. TO. GET. MY. HANDS. ON. ONE. And then, as luck would have it, one was sent to me for review. I almost cried when I opened the package and I’m not being dramatic–I really wanted this brush. So let’s see if it kicked my beloved Tangle Teezer to the curb, shall we?

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