Monday, 13 November 2017

REVIEW | The Belle Brush

The lovely Nancy who is the owner of Belle Hair and co-creator of The Belle Brush contacted me a few weeks ago and asked me if I wanted to try out the brush. At the time I kind of wasn't sure if I needed another hairbrush but my instincts were telling me to try it.

I cannot tell you how pleased I am that one Nancy approached me and two was kind enough to gift me The Belle Brush. I have used really good hairbrushes in the past but this one is seriously really good, really REALLY good! It is designed with hair extensions in mind and also the protection of your own natural hair. It uses a combination of soft nylon bristles and shorter bristles that just glide through your hair without any pulling or snagging.

The bristles of The Belle Brush are really flexible in order to work through and work out knotted hair. I have quite long hair and when it is wet it is a nightmare to brush. However since I have started to use The Belle Brush it just effortlessly glides through wet or dry. It is the soft nylon bristles that brush through your hair while the shorter bristles distribute natural oils from the root to tip to prevent dry, frizzy ends. If you wear hair extensions you can still use The Belle Brush as it was created by a hair extension specialist with hair extensions in mind.

In addition to the above The Belle Brush has a large vent at the back which allows the air from your hair dryer to flow through evenly when drying. This also enables a quicker drying time which means a reduction in heat damage. I don't know about you but I love washing my hair but the blow drying is a bit of a chore. The Belle Brush honestly makes it so much easier.

If you are interested in reading more about The Belle Brush or purchasing it you can check out there website here. It would make a fantastic Christmas present to someone special or it could be a to me, from me gift! They are always the best kind!!



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