Tangles? No problem!
I have an amazing hairdresser. Her name is April, and she is the greatest. Not only does she turn my hair into a head of perfect blonde locks, she is an overall awesome human being.
April is tiny and always wears the cutest outfits, with high heels, to work. She is adorable and a spitfire. She makes me laugh and tells the greatest stories. She also rescues birds and has the most inspiring tales of her feather face bird friends. Mike has been going to her for a few years now, and agrees she is one cool lady. She does such a great job, many of my beautiful friends wanted my hair secret–which of course I shared (Craigslist BFF Lane found her first, and shared). Molly, Keri, Megan, Holly, and Nicole all have fabulous locks compliments of April as well.
Back to the point. Since having my daughter I switched my showers to nights. It is much easier to take my time, wash my hair etc. when Bailey is in bed rather than running around the house in the morning. I found myself struggling with wet hair at night and the tangles were almost impossible to get out. When I mentioned it to April, she told me about the Wet Brush.
The first night I used it I was in awe. The Wet Brush is so awesome it must be magic. I still don’t understand how it works, but it flawlessly combs through my long, tangle-ridden hair as if it were smooth and dry. This brush has literally shaved 10 minutes a night off my beauty regimen. Bonus? It doesn’t rip out my hair like other brushes! WOW, I love this damn brush.
As if this wasn’t enough, I use it on Bailey. Bailey has natural thick large roller style curls down to her waist. At almost 3, she is not patient and hates it when I pull her hair. The Wet Brush detangles and smooths her hair in about 3 minutes. I am not exaggerating. She is so much happier and doesn’t get upset when I sit down to brush her hair at night. I can’t help think she is so lucky. She will never know the trauma of sitting for 30 minutes every night screaming because mommy pulled her hair. My mom would have loved this brush when I was a child!
If you don’t have this brush and have long hair, buy it. At my hairdressers boutique it was less than $20.00. I just googled it and they have a website and sell them for $14.00. What a deal! :