Tangle Angel Brush Review

Friday, 21 February 2014

The Tangle Angel and its innovative design make it easier to manage knotty hair keeping it silky smooth and easy to style. Tangle Teezers seem to be the go-to detangling brush among most beauty bloggers but just recently I was kindly sent a new detangling brush, which for me beats Tangle Teezer on lots of points - a lack of awareness of the Tangle Angel has to be the only reason for it not being the favoured detangling brush. Suitable for all hair types, this is not only a detangling brush but it can also be used as a blow drying brush because its bristles are heat resistant (the fact that you couldn't use the tangle teezer with heat was one of its biggest downfalls in my opinion). It comes in five different colours; pink, blue, pearl, silver and black and is possibly the cutest brush design you've ever seen - it reminds me of something that might come with a Barbie doll!




Tangle Angel* £15.99 Tangle Angel Website

What I love about the Tangle Angel:
- It has two places in which you can grip it; on the handle for everyday use and around the wings for a more controlled grip.
- Contoured bristles which detangle the hair on several levels rather than just tackling the first couple of layers.
- Heat resistant bristles mean that you can use it with heat styling tools - this is a massive plus for me because you can just use one brush for all instead of having to switch up half way through.
- Anti-static properties mean that it reduces flyaway hair when brushing.
I've been absolutely loving using this, it detangles really well and I love, love, love the fact that you can use it with heat tools without the bristles becoming mishapen. If you were to buy two separate professional brushes; one for detangling and one for blow drying and styling, you'd be spending at least £20-25 whereas this one is only £15.99 and it does both things. I would recommend this brush 100% to anyone who has hair that is hard to manage or that breaks easily with regular brushing. Tangle Angel also do a similar brush for children called the Tangle Cherub which has all the features of the Angel but in a smaller compact size.
Which brush are you using at the moment?
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10 comments:

  1. De-tangling my hair has been a nightmare recently as I've been backcombing it more, this looks ideal. Plus it looks like those tiny brushes you use to get wit barbies!

    http://creamteaandrosejam.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. This is so cuuuute! It reminds me of something you would have for a doll! May have to invest as my hair is always in knots at the back of my head.

    Holly x
    hollylikestoblog.blogspot.com

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  3. o I do like this brush! so sweet, and I agree with gemma it looks like a Barbie brush!

    Catherine x

    http://www.beautyisintheeyeofthebeholder.co.uk

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  4. Ooooh this looks so cute!! Like a princess brush lol. Fab post lovely xx

    Kate | raspberrycheeks

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  5. Aww, this brush is so cute! I must invest in one.

    lovefrombethan.blogspot.co.uk

    xox

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  6. This sounds really good! And it looks so cute too x

    Telina | Love, Telina

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  7. I saw this online a while ago, it looks so pretty. I'll have to get one of these later this year.

    IAmLinderella.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. This looks so cute x
    www.beautyqueenuk.co.uk

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  9. I have been wanting to try the Tangle Teezer for ages, but just never got round to picking one up. This has actually made me want one more now. xx

    Julie
    www.rainingcake.com

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  10. It does look like a barbie accessory, I want one!
    I wasn't at all attracted to the Tangle Teaser but this looks lovely.

    www.kindoflovely.com

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