“If your hair is done properly and you’re wearing good shoes, you can get away with anything”- American fashion icon Iris Apfel might not be too far off with this quote, because we all know how amazing it is feels to have a good hair day. However, in order for your hair to look good it has to be healthy and well taken care of. For this article I have tested the Wet Brush Pro for you, which has been designed to make detangling knots a lot easier and keep your hair split end free. Continue reading for the review and for my personal tips for healthy hair.
About the Wet Brush Pro
The Wet Brush is especially designed to detangle your hair with its IntelliFlex ® bristles, which should glide through any knots in your hair with ease. The bristles’ soft tips aim to stimulate the circulation at the follicle, which can help your hair grow faster. Moreover, are the bristles firm enough to comb through knots, yet flexible enough to be gentle to the scalp. Unlike a lot of other brushes, the Wet Brush works great on wet and dry hair.
A lot of celebrities such as Candice Swanepoel, Kendall Jenner or Vanessa Hudgens are convinced by the brush, so I definitely had to give it a try.
The brush come in a lot of different colours
Does it work? My opinion
At first I was a little bit skeptical, because I have never put much thought into the hair brush that I use- I mean: What difference is it the brush that I comb my hair with really going to make? However, using the Wet brush for the first time after washing my hair I was sold- brushing my hair was so so much easier. Barely any hair got stuck in the brush and detangling any knots was effortless. Doing a little bit of research, I quickly figured out that using a good hairbrush does actually make a huge difference in avoiding split ends and keeping your hair healthy in general. The Wet brush didn’t only work well for wet hair, moreover it also did a great job on my dry hair, making detangling knots absolutely pain free. I can gladly say that it has quickly replaced my old 3 € hairbrush- and I am sure my hair will thank me for it.
The Wet Brush: here
More tips for healthy hair
- Be gentle with your hair after you have washed it. When it is dry it can be damaged very easily, that’s why I avoid rubbing it too firmly with a towel or using a hairbrush that isn’t designed for wet hair
- Use a leave in spray after washing your hair, which will make brushing it easier
- Try and let your hair air dry as often as possible to avoid heat induced damage
- If you plan to straighten, curl or blow dry your hair make sure to put in a heat protection beforehand
- Don’t wash your hair too often. I am guilty of washing my hair every or every second day, however my sister Julia keeps telling me that the secret to healthy hair stretching the period between hair washes out as much as possible. This is something that I definitely still need to get my head around. The trick: use dry shampoo to get rid of any grease
- Use a good quality hair mask (put in a little extra $ for one that actually works) twice a week to really nourish and moisturize your hair
Wishing you all a lot of good hair days!
*In collaboration with Wet Brush// honest opinion