Haircare

Wet Brush Pro-Flex Dry

You may have seen a few weeks ago that I posted a review on the 💧💦 Wet Brush 💦💧which has now become the only brush I use whenever my hair is wet and I want to brush it out. Recently the Wet Brush distributor here in Ireland got in touch with me asking if I would like to try out the latest brush called the Flex Dry from the Wet Brush Pro line-you can guess I said yes because I honestly stand by these brushes.

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The Wet Brush Pro is both the same as the original Wet Brush and also completely different. By that I mean, it can be used to brush out wet hair just like the original one can but this also has the added benefit of being great for drying wet hair. This brush is super flexible and has these spacious groves between the bristles which allows the hot air of a hairdryer to pass through the brush while your drying your hair.

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The bristles are the same as the original in that they don’t damage the hair whatsoever while it’s wet. True to it’s name this brush is also super flexible and so it’s great to use on my poker straight hair as well as people who have more curly or coarse hair as it simply bends and works with the hair strand to brush it out.

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Now the real question-do you need both? I personally don’t think so. If you’re a Wet Brush virgin then definitely skip the original and just pick up the flex dry as it can be used when blow-drying your hair and as a regular hairbrush. If you already have the original then I do recommend adding this one to you collection. If pink isn’t your colour these brushes are available, much like the original, in a spectrum of colours and sometimes they even bring out limited edition ones.

-Talk Soon xx

Disclaimer: Some of the products featured on this site have been sent for review consideration by brand PR teams, however all opinions and comments are the authors. Any sponsored content (paid for product placement) will be clearly marked as such. All opinions remain the authors own, even when the content is sponsored.
Haircare

💧💦 Wet Brush 💦💧

A few years ago if you were to ask anyone who knew anything about hair if it was okay to brush it while it’s wet they would have immediately glared at you before stating their answer with a simple no! Nowadays it’s a different story, now instead of shutting down the conversation most people will simply say get your hands on a Wet Brush. The Wet Brush is widely famous for having super soft flexible bristles that won’t damage the hair follicle like most brushes do when the hair is wet. It’s also perfect for detangling the hair as well.

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I personally have been using the Wet Brush for the past month and have found that my hair doesn’t fall out as much anymore because I don’t have to be as harsh on it with the Wet Brush as I do if I was using a regular hairbrush. Furthermore it just makes things a whole lot quicker when you get out of the shower because you don’t need to go through the faff of having to wait for it to dry before brushing it.

The brush itself, when you look at it, is nothing remarkable. It looks like any regular hairbrush but I will say that it has changed the way my hair is maintained. I know it has the words Wet Brush on it but you can use this on dry hair too and it works just as well. The one that I have been trying out the past month is their Naturals Wet Brush in Dark Wood.

 

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I have also been keeping one of their minis on my person wherever I go. It’s so handy for using when you’re in college or at a night out and need to fix any pesky flyaways that won’t lay flat. It also has a handy keyring so you can simply attach it to your keys. I have linked the Wet Brush website below because their brushes come in all shapes and sizes and retail for the most part under 20 euros, so they’re super affordable as well as great to use.

Let me know if you’ve ever used a Wet Brush and weather of not you found it any good or any different to a regular hairbrush.

-Talk Soon xx

Wet Brush Website

Disclaimer: Some of the products featured on this site have been sent for review consideration by brand PR teams, however all opinions and comments are the authors. Any sponsored content (paid for product placement) will be clearly marked as such. All opinions remain the authors own, even when the content is sponsored.