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Easy To Use Brush For Difficult Hair.

In Partnership with KareCo

We talked to Eva from CA and here’s what she had to say:

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Tell us about your hair + hair care routine.

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I bought this for myself. I have long, thick, curly hair. To avoid frizz, I always wet my hair before I brush it. My go-to styles are a bun, or pulled back in a clip with the bottom half loose. I always use mousse and hair spray again to avoid frizz. I don't usually have a problem with tangles because I use conditioner, and if I don't, the tangles are a problem.
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Tell us about your experience with the KareCo Tangle Buster Brush.

A
I used the brush on myself with damp hair. It went through without too many tangles, but it does feel like it would do the job well. I did find a couple of knots near the bottom of my hair and the brush got a little stuck there. The box says no pulling but it did snag at the ends. It was gentle on my scalp, though. I can't complain about that. I also like the rubber handle, as it's smooth and doesn't have square edges like other brushes. I like the size of the brush as well. It covers a large area of hair and it should make for less time brushing it. Overall, it's a good brush and I would recommend it.
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Where do you get your hair inspiration?

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I normally stick to what I've always done from my youth, but I do occasionally look on Pinterest or YouTube for ideas.
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Who would you recommend a KareCo Tangle Buster Brush to?

A
I would recommend it to all my friends who have long, curly hair like me.
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What was your favorite design element of the KareCo Tangle Buster Brush?

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I love the wide paddle, smooth handle, and the bristles.
I like the wide paddle and it does the job without too much trouble.

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