Have you ever walked through Bed, Bath & Beyond and been completely fascinated by all the nifty, wonderful, MUST HAVE things on their shelves?! Seriously though, if you just said, “no, never…” to yourself, stop lying. We’ve all done it.
One of the over-priced gadgets I told myself I would never buy was a Wet Brush because honestly, my $5 handy dandy brush from Walmart was just fine. It did the job of brushing my hair so why in the world would I spend more than that on a brush.
As someone with thick-ish hair that I have thinned and layered every time I visit my magician of a hairstylist, it was normal to struggle with brushing my hair. You know, one of those things you avoid until it’s absolutely necessary.
Until the Wet Brush made it’s way into my life.
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The Wet Brush
I had heard of its wonderfulness but chose to ignore the hype. Then one day while walking the endless aisles of B,B&B, not only did I decide to purchase a Wet Brush but I even got the one with boar bristles in it. And let me tell you, it changed my hair’s life.
This brush is worth all the hype and definitely worth the price. I have never been so amazed by a hairbrush. It works its way through tangles like a dream and it doesn’t pull out any strands in the process.
Currently, I have a blonde ombre/balayage color done to my naturally dark brunette hair so with that change comes some damage. But guess what, none of that damage is caused or worsened by brushing with the Wet Brush.
If you’ve been hesitant to splurge on the Wet Brush (like I was) please, spend the $15, your hair will thank you.
Originally published February 25, 2016