There’s a simple answer to the question: Does The Wet Brush work?
The The Wet Brush absolutely works, and it works well. Honestly, I have no idea how I survived without it. Because I am a bit of a night owl, I find myself watching a ton of infomercials. Infomercials always suck me in, but once I am done watching, I always think to myself, “There is no way that works.” After seeing The Wet Brush infomercial a couple of times, I still did not buy what they were selling. How could a brush that looked identical to my brush from the drugstore be a better detangler? It just seemed too good to be true. So on I went brushing my hair with my brush from the drugstore.
Until one day…
My older sister buys The Wet Brush from Harmon and raves about it. So, I decide it is finally the time to try it. And yes, to my total surprise, The Wet Brush lives up to its’ reputation as “the best detangling brush ever.”
I love long hair, but a downside of long hair is how tangled it can get. As my hair gets longer, it seems to get more tangled. Now before I was introduced to The Wet Brush, I used to dread brushing my hair due to all of the pulling, breaking and ripping. This is no longer the case. The Wet Brush glides through my hair with ease and detangles my hair quickly and painlessly.
What makes The Wet Brush work?
“The magic of the Wet Brush is in the specially formulated IntelliFlex bristles. IntelliFlex bristles are thin, strong and very flexible. They have adaptive flexibility – flexible on one stroke and firm on the next.”
Even though it is called The Wet Brush, it can also be used on dry hair. I do find it works better on wet hair though. The Wet Brush turned me from a skeptic to a believer. All of the girls in my family now have one. If you are still hesitant to buy The Wet Brush, check out the amazing reviews this product has on Amazon and MakeupAlley. It also comes in a ton of colors which I love.