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Sunday, 7 July 2013

Denman D90 Tangle Tamer Review | I can finally tame my Lion's Mane!!

Since being a little girl, I have always LOATHED having my hair brushed after washing it.  I can still remember crying my eyes out when my Mam used to sit me down and attempt to drag the brush through my tangled mane!  (I can't imagine it was much fun for her either)

I have quite fine, flyaway hair, but lots of it - and I think this combination is the reason for my knotty battles.  Up until a week ago, no matter how much conditioner I slathered onto the ends of my hair, I would still have a 20 minute struggle with knots, not to mention a big ball of hair left in my hairbrush at the end of it.

This was until I finally found the solution... The Tangle Tamer!! One word.. WOW!! I honestly LOVE this product and can't believe I didn't think to try it sooner.

The Tangle Tamer (D90), by Denman comes in a lovely hot pink (some stores also stock it in black) and is small enough to be considered travel size.  The description on the Denman website aims it at children, but I honestly don't see a problem using it as a fully grown adult.
The fast and gentle way to detangle children's hair without the tears! The super-soft nylon bristles gently glide through the hair, removing tats and tangles. An air-cushioned pad follows the contour of the head for smooth damage-free grooming. With a bright pink handle, this Denman hairbrush will be every little girl's favourite accessory!
This"little girl's favourite accessory" has now become this big girl's!!

Denman D90 Tangle Tamer. Between £5 and £6.

The super fine bristles come in clusters of different lengths, which gently tease the knots and glide through wet hair with ease. I was honestly shocked at how quick and easy it was.

While browsing for this product in Boots, I noticed there was another brand of tangle taming beast called The Tangle Teezer.  However, the fact that it was double the price of the Denman, at £10.99, I decided to try the cheapest option first.  (How glad am I? Surely it can't get any better?) I also wasn't keen on the fact that this rival brush was shaped like some sort of kidney and had no handle.

All in all, I think every Man/Woman/Girl/ with troublesome locks should try this little beauty and live happily ever after with knot free hair.

Happy hair brushing!


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