Posted on July 30, 2014

Crave Naturals Detangling Brush

Hair

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There are few things I dread more than washing my hair, especially when I wear it natural. My hair is best described as a thick, wavy, frizzy, curly,  hybrid monster main. Even though I know the overuse of heat is damaging it it’s just sometimes easier to wear it straight. Why, you ask? Well detangling the monster is a chore. I had the opportunity to review the glide thru detangling brush from Crave Naturals. This brush is designed to minimize breakage and split ends while getting through knots and tangles. 
 The brush has a curved shape design and multi length plastic teeth. 
This brush was excellent at detangling my hair both wet and dry. I usually detangle with product in and the brush slide through my hair with ease, no knots, no tangles and almost no shed and the brush stood up to my hairs thickness. The only thing I didn’t like was the handle.  My hair just about shoulder length and I felt the short handle made the brush challenging to old onto at time, even more so when when my hands were wet. 
The shape of the brush allows it to fit nicely in the palm of your hand which was fine when using on someone else like when brushing a child’s hair.  I dropped the brush several times when using it on myself. If the handle was a bit longer and maybe had some sort of texture on it to keep a better grip it would be perfect for long hair. I do think the length of the hair played a role also, perhaps people with short hair wouldn’t be gripping and pulling the brush the same way and the short handle probably wouldn’t be an issue. I still use it fine, just would be better with a longer handle. 
Where to purchase: Amazon.com

Price: $24.99 

*I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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  • mo11yb1ue

    I have 3 of them, (1 for my husband), and I love them. I bought them all at Sally’s Beauty Supply, and I didn’t pay anywhere near the MSRP you’re siting (maybe $6 each).

    • The msrp from this company is high, for around $6 it wouldn’t be a bad brush.

  • mo11yb1ue

    I have 3 of them, (1 for my husband), and I love them. I bought them all at Sally’s Beauty Supply, and I didn’t pay anywhere near what the MSRP you’re siting (maybe $6 each).

  • Bummer about the handle, it sound nice otherwise! My hair is naturally straight but that doesn’t stop it from getting super tangled (it IS waist-length though but it’s always tangled so easily, ugh). I swear I can brush my hair, sit perfectly still and then go to brush it again and it’s already got tangles in it again. 🙁

  • Bummer about the handle, it sound nice otherwise! My hair is naturally straight but that doesn’t stop it from getting super tangled (it IS waist-length though but it’s always tangled so easily, ugh). I swear I can brush my hair, sit perfectly still and then go to brush it again and it’s already got tangles in it again. 🙁

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