Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Review: Michel Mercier Detangle Brush

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When it comes to detangling our hair it can be a hard job for us women. It’s a process and much time is needed with of course patience. I heard about the brand Michel Mercier so I was interested in trying the brand because they also have products for pets since I am a mom to four furry animals!



My first steps in trying the brand was for my dogs because it’s been hard finding a delicate brush for their detangle needs. For me the product (Green Brush/Fine Normal) $14.95 works great on them, it’s super easy to detangle and they seem to enjoy being brushed.



I received the green shade which is considered to be normal hair. (Not sure what that means but ok) It wasn’t the best for my hair needs so I am thinking that the blue which is meant for thick hair would have been better suited me. It was just too much hair coming out  and that was just on dry hair. I would have to give the brand a try again with the blue shade to have a more accurate feel for it.

Check out the video feature of how it worked on my hair as well as our family dog!

Video Feature




More on the brand Michel Mercier, it offers seven different detangling brush lines each with a brush for fine, normal and thick hair. The Michel Mercier Detangling Brushes are made up of 428 bristles with 32 different heights, allowing you to apply just the right amount of pressure to effortlessly detangle wet or dry hair. The rounded bristles, with 16 different widths and locations, gently massage and stimulate blood circulation to the scalp:
  • Classic Line: Its patented design quickly detangles hair, leaving strands feeling healthy and shiny without worrying about excess hair loss or breakage while brushing.
  • Elegant Line: Sleek, elongated, thinner brush handle to allow for easy use.
  • Spa Line: Special anti-slip handle for brushing your hair while you're in the shower. Easy to use after applying shampoo or conditioner.
  • Girlie Line: Designed for girls ages 3 and older. The compact handle allows for an easy grip, so girls can brush their own hair with ease and without pain. 
  • Travel Line: Consists of small, round brushes that have an ergonomic design. The Travel brush easily fits into any purse, makeup or toiletry case, gym bag or other small carry on.
  • Pro-beauty Wooden Line: Italian wooden design to provide natural elegance and guarantee anti-static hair to the touch.
  • Blow Dry Line: Ultimate brush for drying and styling wet hair, providing you with professional-grade results. Helps hair to dry quicker while removing static, tangles and knots.

18 comments:

Chad Kassis said...

The brush is super cool, will definitely let my wife know about it. Thank you so much.

Chad
www.mosaicslab.com

Alexandra Cook said...

I have always found it hard to find a brush that worked well for me - I wonder how the brush for thicker hair would go!

Lyosha Varezhkina said...

Finding a proper brush to take care of your hair is super important for both humans and doggies (hehe). Your brush looks nice, I want to try it too

natalie cox said...

Gosh my daughter could definitely do with one of these, her hair gets so tatty. Will have to buy one because this looks amazing!

matthew said...

The brush looks so beautiful. My wife will definitely love this.

Lydia Smith said...

I can relate to hair loss during detangling. At a point, I got angry and chop my hair off. I'm back and still struggling to find that neglect brush. I'll be trying out Michel Mercier Detangkinh Brush.

Lydia Smith said...

I can relate to hair loss during detangling. At a point, I got angry and chop my hair off. I'm back and still struggling to find that neglect brush. I'll be trying out Michel Mercier Detangling Brush.

John Mulindi said...

Sometimes getting the best brush for your type of hair can be a challenging task. Thanks for sharing these tips. I hope people will learn from them.

Becca said...

As someone with long hair, and a lot of it, I could definitely do with one of these! Especially when I am travelling LOL x

Katie said...

I have pretty straight hair, but I can appreciate how hard it could be to regularly de-tangle curly hair. This looks like a great hair styling essential.

Sara Welch said...

I have a long haired chihuahua and for such a little guy, he has more hair than I do! I need this brush; thank you for sharing your review!

Preet said...

I have 5 fur babies and we a brush like this becasue it is important for me that they well groomed each day.

Catherine Santiago - Jose said...

Such a nice product especially for the ladies nowadays that keeps styling their hair and ended up making a mess. Everybody should have this amazing ingenuity at home.

With Love M said...

So I've seen this brush for a while but always talked myself out of buying it. It's a frivolous purchase, but I'm frivolous occasionally. I got it this afternoon and I don't hate it. It seems like a cheap construction - all plastic, lightweight (like, no weight), and it feels like one good drop on a hard floor would kill it. That being said, it does detangle rather easily.
I have fine, blonde hair and often spend the better part of my morning trying to unsnarl the knots before I get on with my day (even if I braid my hair before bed, it still knots up). My normal brush (the Conair version of the Wet Brush) pulls and rips and possibly does more harm than good. A lot of hair ends up in that brush - I clean it every week, it seems.
Though I've only used the Michael Mercer brush on dry hair so far, it feels like an improvement already. I'm not sure how, but the varying height in bristles (also plastic) does appear to not pull or rip my hair nearly as much. It does still pull some (I think with any brush, that would be hard to avoid entirely) and I do still find hair in the brush, but it's not the amount as with my normal brush. After one afternoon with it, it feels gentler on my hair and scalp than normal.

UPDATE: This is not a brush for wet hair. I've attempted to use it twice after a shower and always end up reaching for my normal brush because this one is not very well suited for wet hair - even fine wet hair. This is not a brush for styling. My job requires me to put my hair back all day and it's difficult to even get it into a ponytail with this brush. That being said, as a brush that advertises itself as a detangler, it works very well. That's why I still give it 4/5 stars - it does exactly what it said it should. It detangles fine hair with very little difficulty. However, if you're looking for the end-all-be-all of brushes, this is not the brush for you.

redheadmomblog said...

I've not heard fo this brush before. Anything that helps with tangles is great.

Nicole Bertrand said...

My hair is long and thick, but I surprisingly don't get a lot of tangles! I can imagine this would be a really great tool for someone that had tangly hair!

Chelle Dizon said...

I have a long, thick and wavy hair. This sounds a really awesome product that I can try!

Elena Toma said...

Those brushes look really nice,I would like to try them to see if they work on my cats.

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