Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Mommy & Me Wet Brush Review/Giveaway



I was really excited about getting the The Wet Brush for this post. With my daughter's hair it is always a tangled mess. When I use a comb it takes forever to get the tangles out and she's not to happy. So she was really excited to try these out. And I loved them too. W


Now you can't tell from the above photo but daughter has really curly hair that sometimes is unmanageable. But with the help of these brushes I had no problem at all we love our wet brushes. 

As you can see we are holding two different types of brushes one is the squirt brush in yellow and the other is the classic brush in blue. They have different styles The Classic, The Squirt, The Pop, and The Paddle. They also come in a wide variety of colors.


All the brushes that came were the 

  
Two wet brush classics yellow and blue
Two wet brush squirts yellow and blue also
Two wet brush pops yellow and light blue
And one blue paddle brush

Paddle Brush

Pop Brush



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About The Wet Brush:

The Wet Brush - the healthy detangling hairbrush - is the best selling hairbrush in the U.S.!  With its famous “IntelliFlex bristles,” it’s a product that has set a milestone in haircare. The bristles’ flexibility enables protective and pain-free detangling. They are firm enough to comb through knots, yet flexible enough to be gentle on the scalp. The tips of the bristles even massage the scalp to circulate blood flow! It’s no mystery why Moms and kids can’t live without their Wet Brush. It’s available in most beauty stores and salons in the U.S. and more than 45 countries.


Company Bio:
Over the last four years, the Wet Brush has established itself in the U.S. market for professional hairbrushes and is now considered Number One in its class. The 3.5 million items the company sold in 2013 say it all! The Wet Brush has succeeded in totally winning over women and children of all ages.



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I participated in this event on behalf of Wendy's Bloggers for The Wet Brush. I received Wet Brush products to facilitate my review.

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15 comments:

  1. My style routine is washing, conditioning and letting my hair dry naturally. I always brush out my hair when it's wet because I have very long hair, it's between my backside and my knees. This would probably help me a lot. Thanks.

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  2. I wash with shampoo and conditioner, and then air dry. I usually then tie it up in the summer, or pony tail in the winter.

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  3. shampoo, condition, air dry and pray that there aren't too many tangles

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  4. I do not have much of a routine. I wash my hair every 3 days then brush through it to let it air dry.

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  5. My routine is to wash my hair every night and then try to style it with a blow dryer and brush and then in the AM try to fit it again.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  6. I wash my hair every third day and blow dry it.

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  7. It's very simple, shampoo, conditioner, blow dry and brush.

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  8. I shampoo then use an conditioner blow dry and style

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  9. Shampoo rotated with conditioner every other day, brush and air dry (unless I have to pull out the blow dryer).

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  10. I shampoo, condition, brush, blow dry.
    heymissvirginia at embarqmail dot com

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  11. Wash, condition, air dry. Then a small dollop of argan oil. Brush or comb through as needed. :)

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  12. Right now I normally just wash it and blow dry it. Nothing fancy at all right now!

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  13. LOL, actually I wake up with my hair all over the place. Then I have to wet it down and comb or brush it out.

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  14. I wash my hair and let it dry naturally. I don't do too much with it.

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