**CLOSED** #BacktoSchool – Detangling hair is fun with Tangle Angel (Review & Giveaway)
10th August 2017
After the relaxing mornings of the summer holidays the return to strict school routines is a huge shock to the system. There are uniforms to put on, shoes to find (despite my insistence that they are put ready the night before) and hair to brush. Not to mention everything else mundane.
Brushing Seren’s hair is the bane of my mornings. It takes forever and Seren always seems to have bed hair. We’ve tried so many different brushes but the bed hair is not easily tamed.
Tangle Angel sent us their answer to that unruly bedhair. The Tangle Cherub. It claims to be suitable for all hair types and is the children’s version of the original Tangle Angel. The brush can be used to detangle both wet and dry hair and is available in a staggering EIGHT different colours.
What’s the verdict then?
Well, I love it. It’s pretty and shiny and easy to use. It brushes the knots out of my hair. Mummy still hurts me though.
The knots hurt Seren not me. I agree though, it is very pretty. Her bed hair is more easily tamed in the morning and it doesn’t rip out half her hair like other brushes.
Actually, I’m always a little dubious about spending money on brushes that claim to do this, and that. We have spent a small fortune on competitors detangling brushes that have been no good for her hair. The Tangle Angel Tangle Cherub does everything it claims to do. It detangles Seren’s hair, both wet and dry.
I don’t have the Tangle Cherub but I do have her little sister, the Tangle Angel Baby, up for grabs right here. The Tangle Angel Baby is a cute keyring brush that is perfect for your own little cherub’s school bag.
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Beth is a 30-something, self-employed Mum rediscovering her connection to British History and nature. Her loves include the discovery of knowledge, walking in the woods, and writing, among others. Beth is a Virtual Assistant at The Happy VA.