Product Review: Felicia Leatherwood Detangler Brush

Felicia Leatherwood Detangler BrushThe times are definitely changing; but one thing that’s never going to change is tangled hair. Whether you have thick hair, curly hair, straight hair or wicked bed-hair, you have to find a hair tool that can take care of your unique needs. Some brushes lose bristles quickly or are too sturdy and they hurt your hair (or scalp). What you need is a flexible, multi-purpose brush that can do everything you need it to in just one product. Let’s introduce the Felicia Leatherwood Detangler Brush.

The Felicia Leatherwood Detangler Brush was mentioned to us on a whim. A woman with thick, naturally curly hair spoke highly of the brush. Her stylist had used it on her hair and the brush slipped easily throughout her hair after taking down a protective hairstyle. We were intrigued. So we decided to purchase the brush and review it. We must say we were pleasantly surprised with our experience.

What makes the Felicia Leatherwood Detangler brush stand out is how well it works with virtually any kind of hair. The brush is made of a gentle nylon material. The design consist of widely spaced bristles that move fluidly through hair strands while avoiding pulling your hair out. This ensures that over time, you prevent as much hair loss as possible. After all, the purpose of lengthy hair is to keep your hair on your head. The bristles are easy to clean, too. No more struggling or leaving excess hair in your brush – you can tame your mane with just one simple detangling brush.

We tried this brush on bra-strap wavy hair. It is recommended to use during conditioning treatments. So we opted to use it during a preliminary detangling session with a rinse out conditioner in the shower. The hair was days old and had only been finger-combed. Starting with the ends and with the pressure of the water from the shower, the brush slip easily through the hair. The model noted she experienced less shedding and her scalp did not feel sore. The brush was very gentle.

The only con we found was the price. Some people may not want to spend $14 on a hairbrush. Everyone’s financial situation is different, but for the money, you get an ergonomic, easy to use product that obliterates the competition. Go ahead and spend the money on yourself or your family – you’ll love the way it smoothes out tangles and glides through your hair, especially if you have thick curly hair and waves.

If you have used this brush, let us know how your experience was in the comments.

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