Winter air can wreak havoc on your locks! It sucks out all the moisture and leaves it feeling dry, brittle, and more prone to knotting and tangling. Just in time for the warmer weather, Wet Brush, a range that changed the hairbrush game, recently launched their new limited edition brushes in trendy colourways that will help minimize tangles.
Say Goodbye To Tangles With Wet Brush…
Specially formulated with IntelliFlex bristles. The Wet Brush eliminates all tugging, tearing, pulling and ripping of the hair. Ensures no split ends or hair loss while providing healthy brushing and detangling. The bristle flexibility enables protective and pain-free detangling. Bristles bounce back to their original form after each stroke eliminating all hair breakage and pain usually associated with hair brushing. The perfect transition from wash to style, it can be used on both wet and dry hair and works on all hair types including extensions and wigs.
Wet Brushes also feature SofTips, twice-dipped, ultra-soft ends that are guaranteed not to fall off, ensuring ends are soft, full and permanent. Located at the very top of the bristles, they massage the scalp to stimulate circulation at the follicle. They are firm enough to comb through knots, yet flexible enough to be gentle on the scalp and ideal for sensitive scalps.
Wet Brush Detangler
Treat yourself to a magical grooming experience with the Wet Brush Detanglers (R99.95). A limited-edition detangling brush in both richly beautiful, tonal marble patterns and trendy flower colourways. Renowned for its detangling properties, the exclusive, ultra-soft IntelliFlex bristles of the hairbrush glide effortlessly through the hair, avoiding the risk of any pulling or discomfort. Extremely lightweight and with a curved, ergonomically-designed handle, the uniquely-crafted hairbrush takes the chore out of grooming your tresses. Minimizes pain and protects against split ends and breakage. I received the Stellar Skies variant that has a sophisticated marble pattern.
You can find the wet brush available at Clicks stores. Have you tried the Wet Brush before? Let me know your experience in the comments below?