I have terrible hair. I have useless, sexless hair that limps its way along, gripping my scalp with minimal strength. It is not productive to say such things about one’s permanent head accessory – I have actually made it a rule to stop demeaning my locks and stifle my balding jokes – but this is all relevant for this product review. After this I vow, no more bad hair chatter.
Due to my fear that my thin hair will continue to suck and perhaps suck more if I treat it badly, I am very kind to it. I try not to blow dry it or wash it too much. I pat it dry after a shower and don’t brush it while it is wet. Plus, I avoid hair ties when possible. This gentle life that I provide my hair is richly annoying.
Then I get a press release about Luxor’s Pro’s “Wet” Brush. This brush is supposed to work through tough snarls on wet hair. Obviously it is supposed to work on dry hair too.
To test it properly I made sure to avoid conditioner as well as any product that could possibly make brushing wet hair easier. I also made sure I ravaged my hair with a towel to make it a complete mess. Between the hatred of my hair and how tiresome I have become over products that don’t work, I really wanted to put this brush to the test. Perhaps it was a rageful day for me… So, I took the brush and basically brushed as fast as I could to try to prove the brush wouldn’t work.
I could not believe how easily it tamed my hair. I was shocked. I was confused. I love this brush. I love it. It effortlessly worked through my wet hair without any pulling or tearing. I barely lost a hair. It was so easy on my unconditioned hair, I thought perhaps I was previously mistaken about brushes and wet hair. After a few days of using it, I tried my other brush on my wet head and immediately got stuck and lost some much needed strands of hair. Turns out I wasn’t mistaken, this brush is that good at its detangling task. I love this brush. It weighs nothing and doesn’t look like much, but it the best brush for wet hair. I love this brush.
My product reviews are my honest and personal opinion. I never accept payment for product reviews although I am given the sample to keep. If I am sent something that is unimpressive or boring I don’t write about it.