Sunday, 8 October 2017

Tangle Angel *Review and Giveaway*

Is this not the prettiest tangle tamer you have ever seen. The combination of the pearlescent white colour, the angel wings and the elegant design of this tangle tamer make it one of my favourite additions on my dressing table. In all honesty it shouldn't really be on my dressing table as it's for Elarna but I've kind of nabbed it as I love it so. I do share it with her though, honest!

Elarna's hair is wild, the poor child has inherited my curls and most likely frizz as she gets older. She wakes up on a morning looking like a scarecrow and the only thing that helps is a spray of detangling spray and the Tangle Angel. All it takes is a couple of brushes and the knots and frizz have been reduced and she's got silky hair again.

The Tangle Angel is all about painless detangling to leave you with luscious locks. It's lovely to hold with its ergonomically designed handle and lightweight feel. It can be used on both wet and dry hair and whilst blowdrying. It's without a doubt one of the best tangle tamer around (and I've tried many variations). With a retail price of £12.95 you will absolutely get your moneys worth. 



There are so many varieties to choose from you'll be spoiled for choice. You can view more information and have a browse of the variations by heading over to the Tangle Angel website, go take a look! One of my lucky readers is in the running to win their very own brush in the colour 'wow white' which is the same as the one that I am using. It's a beautiful colour with the pearly white wings and pop of purple for the brush. 



So if you fancy being in the chance to win of these beauties you'll be needing to enter via the Rafflecopter below. The more you do on the Rafflecopter the better the chance of winning! Please use emails and Twitter accounts that are regularly checked as I will be contacting the winner via these. All that remains to say is lots and lots of luck!


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*Please note I was kindly sent a Tangle Angel in return for an honest and unbiased review, all thoughts and opinions are my own. 

26 comments:

  1. Use a wide tooth comb after you've washed your hair
    Try not to brush it -can cause breakage when wet

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  2. I rinse with cold water it really helps to keen shine in your hair x

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  3. Leave your hair longer between washes every now & then this helps keep it in good condition xxx

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  4. i try not to use my hairdryer too much as it it makes my hair limp

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  5. Only wash your hair 1 or 2 times a week. Take biotin supplements! x

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  6. Change your shampoo so you aren't using the same one all the time.

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  7. Regular hair cuts and a good conditioner. Try not to wash your hair everyday as it takes all the good oils out your hair.

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  8. Do not brush wet hair. Wet hair is three times weaker and more likely to break. Towel dry your hair first and then gently detangle using a wide tooth comb.

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  9. Not to use too many products and to let hair dry naturally as much as possible.

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  10. i love a good hair mask, leave it on in the bath for as long as possible

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  11. I always let my hair air dry when I can with a little bit of argan oil run through the ends!

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  12. I rub argan oil into my hair while it's damp and it keeps it shiny and stops the flyaway hair!

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  13. To moisturise dry hair, apply almond butter to the dry areas and let soak for 30 minutes. Then shampoo and rinse well :)

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  14. I love the brush, the bristles look good for wet hair. #BloggersBest

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  15. This looks a fab brush whenever I wash the girls hair they always moan at me great competition #bloggerbest

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  16. never wash your everyday, it can strip the healthy oils

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  17. The gremlin would love this! Entered xx #bloggersbest

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  18. Rinse with vinegar for a lovely shine

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  19. Brush when wet to get rid of all the dead hair

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  20. Leave a hair mask on for a good hour! & wrap it up in a towel whilst it is on..Works wonders!

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  21. I try not to use too much heat on hair and let it dry naturally when I can

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  22. Don't wash your hair too often as it gets greasy more quickly!

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  23. When brushing long hair, start at the bottom to release the knots instead of dragging them down from the top!

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