When I nannied last year I used to use a tangle teezer on the kids' hair but it was only recently that I actually thought to purchase one for myself - I had always had it down as a children's hair brush. You've probably heard of it too; the inventor Shaun and his Tangle Teezer innovation was rejected from The Dragon's Den a few years ago. I stumbled across them in Boots during a beauty splurge and thought to give the Tangle Teezer ago.
They aren't cheap. I paid around £11 for mine but have since seen that like almost every other product out there, you can get Tangle Teezers cheaper online.
The Tangle Teezer fits into the shape of your hand and honestly reminds me a little of what I used to brush my horse with when I was younger. It is made out of plastic and the plastic teeth detangle your hair with little pain. I wouldn't go as far as pain free as they state but there is very little pain involved.
What I love about the Tangle Teezer is the lack of breakage that it causes my hair. With any other brush, aside from Mason Pearson brushes, my bleached ends aren't torn out. You loose so little hair with the Tangle Teezer.
After a week of using one, there is no way I could ever go back to an ordinary hairbrush.