Tangle Teezer  Elite Professional £6.76 or Original Detangling Hairbrush, Plum Delicious £7.25 Delivered with Subscribe & Save @ Amazon
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Tangle Teezer Elite Professional £6.76 or Original Detangling Hairbrush, Plum Delicious £7.25 Delivered with Subscribe & Save @ Amazon

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Found 25th Jul 2015
Tangle Teezer The Original professional detangling hairbrush is loved by hairdressers and used in professional hair salons. It's a super smooth operator that works the minute hair is lathered and rinsed. Glides through wet, vulnerable and colour treated hair with no pulling, tugging or yanking. Hair peace at last!

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bought one for the wee lass the other day as well being a dad I am not great at being gentle.

she loves it, not more tugging while brushing her hair and she uses it herself as well. well recommended

Heat for the price, other colours are around the same price as well. But why would you buy a hair brush even every 6 months? oO

Best thing I have ever bought for my daughters long hair so bought another one highly recommend

Thanks. Ordered

I thought this was for animals

No more school run delays ,Thanks to this wee gem of a brush . Fantastic brush

My hair is super, super curly. Does it really work? I'm just not convinced - £7 is a bit much for a brush tbh.

I'm going to give it a try even though it's £7.

Tears in the morning will hopefully stop!

I've got 5 I'm total! I'm the house and car etc. They're brilliant

Got one of these from Boots for £10+ doesn't quite go through my thick long hair, but works for most I believe. heat.

I had one of these and did not get one with it. I found the home bargains own version to be better but I know people who do rely on this.

Both myself and my daughter have long hair. We both own one. Her hair is thin yet curly and flyaway which often tends to end up in knots! No more "ouch mum" when using a tangle teezer. Personally, I can't recommended them enough!

Just used mine after my workout.... manly!!

I remember the inventor of this being blown out on Dragons' Den. How wrong they were.

they do a great equivalent in poundland of these , if you don't want to spend £7 out to try it

It sort of works. It smooths the top of the hair but still leaves tats in my daughters thick hair.

Worth it to get out house quickly so kids don't look like heads being dragged through a hedge

A quality equivalent called 'easy tease' being sold for £1.99 in bodycare.

It will change your life, don't hesitate. Only wish it was around 15 years ago.

Shame the kids fight you when you try to use it.

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It sort of works. It smooths the top of the hair but still leaves tats in … It sort of works. It smooths the top of the hair but still leaves tats in my daughters thick hair. Worth it to get out house quickly so kids don't look like heads being dragged through a hedge[img]http://www.camelcamelcamel.fr/uk/chart/new.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en[/img]



heat added, thought it was worth it too

Don't know what the difference is but you can get the Salon Elite Professional for £7.12 without having to use "Subscribe & Save". We use one of these for our daughters hair and can't use anything else. The wife's been wanting a spare.
Edited by: "Alfresco" 25th Jul 2015

lilflower

My hair is super, super curly. Does it really work? I'm just not … My hair is super, super curly. Does it really work? I'm just not convinced - £7 is a bit much for a brush tbh.


I agree £7 is a bit much try the one from poundland. We use it on our daughters hair, which is really long, and it's brilliant

a904lea

I remember the inventor of this being blown out on Dragons' Den. How … I remember the inventor of this being blown out on Dragons' Den. How wrong they were.



Yep! They messed up big time. Well done to the man for pursuing it and becoming successful.

Original Poster

Alfresco

Don't know what the difference is but you can get the Salon Elite … Don't know what the difference is but you can get the Salon Elite Professional for £7.12 without having to use "Subscribe & Save". We use one of these for our daughters hair and can't use anything else. The wife's been wanting a spare.



£6.76 Subscribe & Save, nice find
Edited by: "q44q" 25th Jul 2015

cheers, ordered one,
Edited by: "rodman" 25th Jul 2015

They do work. The secret with these is to repeatedly brush quite lightly, the soft spines gradually untangling the hair rather than try to force a stiff brush through the tangles in one go, thus avoiding the screams.

Amazing would highly recommend no more tears in the morning in fact she won't use any other hair brush

I think they are great.

Never knew hair brushes had a gender.

Will these work on nasal hair... as mine does generally tend to get awfully matted

Up north these are know as clinker brushes oO
Edited by: "cburns" 25th Jul 2015

lilflower

My hair is super, super curly. Does it really work? I'm just not … My hair is super, super curly. Does it really work? I'm just not convinced - £7 is a bit much for a brush tbh.


If you think £7 is a lot for a hair brush don't look up the price of a Mason Pearson hair brush

B&M and pound shops have them. I got one in B&M for 99p for my daughters hair and it's fab. I wouldn't pay that knowing that 99p ones work just as well

Couldn't be without this, one of my daughters has curly hair and this makes it so much easier to brush!

I have a 'tangle teezer' one from home bargains and one from the poundshop.

The bristles on the one from from the poundshop are much harder and it's not as effective.

The one from home bargains is much better than the one from the poundshop, softer bristles and a better shape to hold. I like using this one to blowdry my hair. It's the better 'cheaper' alternative if you don't fancy paying more.

The Tangle teezer it's self is the best one of the bunch though. I have long wavy/curly/unruly hair and I literally swear by this brush to sort it out. I've had it around 2 years. They're washable and durable so is don't think 7 pounds for a product you'll use everyday for the next few years is that much. My sister also uses this for her girls who have long very curly hair, using anything else is at least 10 times more painful/stressful.

For those saying it doesn't work you might not be using it properly. If you can clip the top hair of your hair up and brush the bottom half first so you're not battling the whole lot at once. And always start from the bottom of your hair!

Sorry for the essay but I thought I'd share my experience of these brushes

This is a purchase for long term use and makes brushing curly knotty hair SO much easier and less painful...definitely worth the extra!

Love my one of these, I hate brushing my hair with anything else now. I bought one of the cheap ones from poundland and I found the brissles very hard to the point that they were painful but that might be because I have very fine hair.

got 3 daughters these are garbage.....if they have thick hair they don't work well at all IMO........

Banned

can get copy on aliexpress for a nicker

cburns

Will these work on nasal hair... as mine does generally tend to get … Will these work on nasal hair... as mine does generally tend to get awfully matted Up north these are know as clinker brushes oO


It depends how north you are. I would call it a dagging comb in the midlands for clearing off the dried crap off a sheeps ass.

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Where faecal staining of the perineum occurs this wool must be removed. What is your opinion of the care of this sheep?
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