Macadamia NoTangle Brush


Hi all,
Sorry I've been MIA for a while I have just moved and had to get everything through the mountains to a new city and paint my room and get everything set up (which I hope to make a post on once its all organized) and it has been quite a process.

Today I have a post about a hairbrush which might seem a bit random but I felt it was necessary because I refuse to use any other hairbrush. I've tried a bunch of other because the No Tangle brush by Macadamia is annoying to get your hands on in Canada but every time I go back to it.

I really wanted to include this comparison picture just so you can see how loved my old brush (left) was. I used it for 3+ years and it got a little bedraggled so I was excited to get my hands on some new ones.

I really like the shape of the overall brush it makes it easy and comfortable to hold and fit in your hand really nicely. 

You can see above there are alternating rows of short and long bristles. The main thing I love about this brush is that it doesn't hurt my head.  I know there are a lot of detangling brushes out there now but I still find (at least with all the ones I've tried) that the bristles are too stiff and hurt my head when I use them (it's possible I just have an overly sensitive head) but this brush doesn't do that the flexible bristles detangle without a lot of pulling and without feeling like in raking into the top of my head.

My original no tangle brush I got in a hair salon along with a bunch of other macadamia products but I haven't been able to find on in stores since then. If you live in the United States then you can get them online from macadamia hair (here), unfortunately at the time of me writing this post they do not deliver to Canada so I purchased my from amazon for $5 each (with an outrageous shipping fee). The price did make me a little wary as to if they might be fake or not, but it's working the same as my old one and doesn't hurt my head so either way I'm good with it.

-- Miranda 

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