Try This Tuesday: Angela’s Favorite Hair Brush
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Note from Collin:
Do you have a product you love? We definitely have many favorite products here on the Hip2Save Team, and thought it would be FUN to share some of them with you! I personally love product recommendations and I’ve also had a few requests from readers, so I have asked each member of the team to think of products they love (cosmetics, kitchen gadgets etc.) and to write up a post that will be shared here every Tuesday. Angela, my sidekick, is sharing one of her favorites…
Hi all! It’s Angela here, one of Collin’s sidekicks!
Do any of your struggle with thick hair? Or do you have kiddos that have wild and uncontrollable hair like my daughter in the photos above? 🙋🏻 I used to spend at least THREE hours every time we washed her hair just combing out tangles and making it manageable again. I think I might have given birth to one of the most tender headed children on the planet (correction, she’s only tender headed with me not her stylist). 🙄
She’s going to be 13 soon (EEEK!) so she is FINALLY taking interest in doing her own hair.💃🏻 <-That’s me dancing at the thought of her finally caring about her hair! However, over the past few years it has been an endless battle for her to brush her hair. A good friend of mine sent us a couple of Wet Brushes and she said it would change our lives. Note – the photos above are what her hair is like when she does NOT use the Wet Brush! 😄
I’m not sure what kind of sorcery, magic, blessings, prayers or unicorn glitter has been spread on the Wet Brush, but it has seriously made such a difference in how much time we spend on my daughter’s hair. The photo above was taken after her shower when she combed out all of the tangles and dried her hair. *Correction…”MOMMMMMM it’s a selfie.”💁🏻
I’m sure you’re thinking hey any old brush can do that. Nope, well at least for us it didn’t! The Wet Brush just glides right through her hair, and she doesn’t scream like she did with the other brushes! We like to use it to comb through her hair when it has conditioner on it (leave in conditioner works too!).
You can grab a Wet Brush from Amazon for around $8.99 or there’s a double pack for around $15.99. We’ve even added Wet Brushes to Birthday Gift Baskets that we’ve given her friends! They come in so many colors and patterns too, which teens (at least mine) really love! Now if only I can get my teen son to do something with his hair! 🤔
Note from Angela: This is just an honest post that was not sponsored by the manufacturer. I just really like using this product & wanted to share it with you. Enjoy!