Product Review – Michel Mercier Detangling Hair Brush
Detangling Hair Brush
My daughter has incredibly thick hair for a little girl and it always seems to get totally snarled up. I recently saw an ad on TV for this hair brush and really felt I needed to give it a try. This is not a sponsored post – simply a product I wanted to try and have chosen to write a review.
The No Tangle Brush is blue for thick hair but options for normal and fine hair exist. To start with I can tell you the concept does not appear to be unique. We have a Newfoundland who’s hair often gets tangled. This brush looks like a human version of the dog brush – with plastic bristles instead of metal. That seriously is the best way to describe it.
In practice – the brush does everything it claims to. In fact I did buy two – one for home and one for travel. In reality in two days she will have misplaced one for sure. The plastic is very hard. The handle looks like it may have a rubber coating but it is all a shiny, rather slippery plastic. If I had one criticism it would be that little girls really would need some sort of grip on the brush. The brush as is, is attractive, multilevel bristles, and a good size. Cost was $14.95 for one, get a second free (but pay shipping for both). That was not an exorbitant cost considering all the money I spend on brushes trying to find something that lives up to its claims.
All in all this brush lives up to all its claims very well. I am please with the purchase and so is my daughter.
I am reviewing this product simply because it is a product I believe in. I did not receive compensation nor product for this review.