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Tangle, Kinky, And Coily Buster

In Partnership with KareCo

We talked to Presshelle from TX and here’s what she had to say:

Q
Tell us about your hair + hair care routine.

A
My hair is very coarse. It is also kinky, coily, and has very tight curls. I currently take about 3-4 hours combing out my hair, then I shampoo and condition it and comb through it to detangle it while doing so. Then, after I towel dry it, I add leave-in conditioner and moisturizing products and comb through it once more until I get my desired style.
Q
Tell us about your experience with the KareCo Tangle Buster Brush.

A
My experience was great. I used it on my towel dried hair. I had less pulling and catching of the brush in my tangles and knots. The brush glided through way more easily than most comb or brush products that I use. I started from my ends and worked my way up and the finished product looked great. My curls were a bit more defined than usual.
Q
Where do you get your hair inspiration?

A
I usually stick to my normal routine unless I am looking for new ideas. When I do look for new looks, styles, or products, my first go-to is YouTube videos. Then, if that is not enough, I go to Instagram.
Q
Who would you recommend a KareCo Tangle Buster Brush to?

A
I would recommend it to my mom as well as my best friend. We all have natural hair. I think that the product would do them great justice.
Q
What was your favorite design element of the KareCo Tangle Buster Brush?

A
I like the fact that the brush isn’t closed at the top and it is flexible. It moves and glides through your hair with ease because of the design.
The Tangle Buster is a great new tool for coarse and kinky hair. It gets rid of knots and tangles without pulling, tugging, or ripping through your hair.
KareCo Product

KareCo Tangle Buster Flexible Paddle Brush

In exchange for their feedback, the author of this article was reimbursed for the product. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect that of KareCo.

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