Review | Tangle Teezer The Original Detangling Hairbrush

Hi Everyone!

I’ve previously posted about a detangling brush that I got from Claire’s which I accidentally got too close to a hair dryer and melted…and I also had a brush from Forever21, but hadn’t tried it yet. Since that post, I tried the one from Forever21 and it was so hard that it hurt to comb my hair with it. The one from Claire’s wasn’t as hard and didn’t hurt when I combed my hair. However, the Claire’s detangler was quite small and didn’t have any grip to it, so I dropped it a few times.


I got a Tangle Teezer brush for my birthday. It’s the original detangling hair brush for $20. I asked for the black one since neither of us liked the other ones…why couldn’t they contrast the blue one with blue instead of pink? Originally I thought this was too expensive, but I have to confess that I like it.

The Original can be used on wet or dry hair and is suitable for all hair types and textures. It banishes tangles, knots and helps prevent breakage and damage thanks to its unique two-tiered system technology – the long teeth detangle and the short teeth smooth the hair cuticle for healthier-looking, glossy hair.

It’s a lot bigger than I thought it’d be, but that’s a good thing because it is ergonomically shaped to fit in the palm of your hand. I like to use it to detangle my hair after a shower to get out the knots and then I use a regular paddle brush to dry my hair (don’t want another melted detangler on my hands…especially at these prices). I would definitely recommend it for anyone who is willing to splurge a bit. Just remember not to get it too close to the heat! If you’re looking for a cheaper one, I’d recommend the Claire’s one if you’re okay with it being on the smaller side. I think it was $10 and if you get the buy 3 get 2 free deal, then you can get some jewellery or other hair products.

RATING: 4.5/5

I give it a 4.5 because even though it’s shaped to fit your hand, it’d be better with a handle (they now have combs with handles too).