Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Don't just detangle your hair, candylove it!

Growing up, my mom always cut my hair short. I always got the same thing "If you won't take care of it, we are cutting it off." being a kid with thick hair is not fun.

One shower would tangle it up (still does) and it takes FOREVER to comb out. I thought that nightmare was over..until I had kids and found out, their hair is just like mine. Karma.



Lately though, we have been getting my step daughter pretty regularly and she has nothing here. I think this brush will be perfect for her. I does work for our thick hair, but I think it will be perfect for her thin hair.



Not only does this brush work, it is also great on the eyes. The pink really pops, and it actually isn't a bad shade either. the egg shape is fun as well and easy to fit in big and small hands alike.



Once you crack it open, you find some inverted bristles on one side, and a mirror on the other.



To use the brush, all you have to do is turn it over and find the hole. Once you've done that, just push up enough to pop them out. Don't worry if you push too much, I've done it, it pops back in. I had a mini heartache over it while testing the durability.



The best part about this brush? The adorable bristles! They are all wavy, fun, and rainbow. perfect for little ones at home or for adults and kids alike on the go.


I really like this brush. It seems like it can withstand a few drops to the floor with out harming the mirror or breaking the cover.


My only issue with it, is cosmetic. Mine came with a white line on the front and it is kind of off putting. If you get one of these, make sure you don't scratch them on anything or do whatever they did to make the mark.


Other than that, I don't have any complaints! Make sure you check it out on and Amazon. If pink isn't for you, they also have other colors.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0777PTJ4N

As a kid, I always dreamed of being a  beauty queen. the short hair made that impossible. So when my youngest was one I took her and put her in a baby version. She won prettiest eyes. Have you ever lived through your kids or has someone done it to you? Let me know in the comments below. As always, thank you so much for reading!

I received this product in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are 100% my own.

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