The Wet Brush Review – Why is it so special?

The Wet Brush Review – Why Is It So Special


Ever had one of those hair-pulling days? You know, when your hair (or your kiddo’s) is so tangled, you contemplate taking ibuprofen before even touching a brush. Well, guess what? The Wet Brush company might just be your knight in shining armor. So, buckle up, because here comes my honest-to-goodness Wet Brush Review.

Picture this: trying to brush a squirming child’s hair, navigating through screams and protests of ‘it hurts!’ – not exactly anyone’s idea of a good time, right? And hey, it’s not just the little ones. Even I have days when tackling my own tangles feels like a Herculean task. If my hair isn’t behaving, I’m not stepping out. Full stop.

So, there I was, eyeing those so-called ‘miracle’ detangling brushes with a heap of skepticism (seriously, why did it take so long for someone to invent a real pain-free brush?). Finally, I caved and decided to try the Wet Brush. And let me spill the beans on what I discovered.

If you’re like me, constantly battling with knots – whether it’s your hair, your child’s, or even your pet’s – brace yourself. By the end of this, you might just find yourself dashing to the nearest store to grab a Wet Brush. Don’t say I didn’t warn you! Wet Brush Detangle

Wet Brush Detangle: A Game-Changer in Hair Care

At first glance, the Wet Brush Detangle seems ordinary, but wait until you have that ‘aha’ moment like I did. It’s like encountering magic in your hair care routine. The way it glides through tangles without any pain is just mind-blowing. It’s all thanks to their Intelliflex Bristles, a perfect blend of firmness and softness, combined with their SofTips. This brush knows exactly how to tackle knots while being gentle enough to avoid damage.

Again, this is pure sorcery… Que Harry Potter.

But here’s the real deal: my unruly, unconditioned hair met its match. Within seconds – maybe 20 at most – my hair was smooth and tangle-free, a task that would’ve taken me minutes before.

And it’s not just for adults. My niece, who used to shy away from hair brushing, now enjoys it. The Wet Brush has made it painless, and we can play with her hair without any fuss. Even my Yorkie benefits from it, making pet grooming a breeze.

Luna the Yorkie

However, it’s not the best for styling or blow-drying – check out my review of Brushopolis for that. After daily use, I noticed some bristle tips may wear off, but considering the brush’s affordability (check out the links for prices), it’s a minor quibble for such a transformative tool.

Wet Brush Shine Review

Pink Wet Brush Shine

My favorite brush of all time, #gamechanger. Words cannot express the feels I have for this hairbrush. We all hate having greasy hair, and I will explain why this will help.

The Wet Brush Pro ShineOpens in a new tab. is a detangling brush that has their patented Intelliflex bristles along with boar bristles(you can not beat a boar bristle brush if you ask me).

Unlike the detangle, the company made the Wet Brush ShineOpens in a new tab. for dry hair. Don’t worry about it though; it works well on wet hair too. I use it to distribute my product before I blow dry my hair as well as on my dry hair.

So- adding boar bristles is the solution to not having a grease mop on top of our heads… Cool.

The bristles help naturally distribute the oils from our scalp down to the ends of our hair where the oils are needed. No other types of bristles do this(not well anyway, or without damage).

After I started using the shine brushOpens in a new tab. every day I cut down to shampooing my hair once or twice a week because my hair doesn’t get greasy near as fast. In turn, I am saving big bucks on shampoo and conditioner since I don’t have to wash my hair every day anymore. Who doesn’t love saving money? Let’s be real if you tell me you are lying…

FYI, this brush will help stimulate your scalp which in turn can help stimulate hair growth. Who isn’t excited about your hair growing longer or helping thinning hair grow back, I know I’m all for it.

The only sucky part about this brush is that it can be tough to clean. Not a big deal, just grab a rat tail comb and use the end to pull the hair out of the brush. With all of the bristles, it can be tough to get in between and get everything out. Being hard to clean isn’t a big deal for deal for personal use, but as a salon professional, it is an annoyance.

Paulina’s Heartfelt Reflection on the Wet Brush

Wrapping up, the Wet Brush has been nothing short of a game-changer in both my personal and professional spheres. It’s been a huge time-saver, dramatically cutting down the brushing time for my hair, my clients’, and even the little ones’. It’s hard to imagine how I managed before discovering it.

Beyond just saving time, it’s been a stress-buster too. Gone are the days of dreading the tangles during kids’ haircuts. The Wet Brush has made hair maintenance a stress-free experience, eliminating tears and fears.

Yes, in my line of work, I do find myself replacing them more frequently due to constant use. But considering their affordability, it’s a small price to pay for such immense benefits. For the average user, these brushes are likely to last much longer. Trust me, once you try the Wet Brush, there’s no going back!

Sidenote: A Hair Extension Lover’s Perspective

Here’s a little insider tip from someone who adores hair extensions: I swear by HairTalk tape-in extensions – they’re absolutely fantastic! And when it comes to caring for them, the Wet Brush is a lifesaver. Unlike other brushes I’ve tried, including those specifically from extension brands, the Wet Brush just gets it right. It glides through my extensions effortlessly, without snagging on the bonds or pulling at the strands. It’s the gentle touch my extensions need for perfect detangling, making it an unbeatable choice in my daily hair care routine.

Wet Brush Shine

Frequently Asked Questions: The Magic of the Wet Brush

What Makes the Wet Brush So Unique?

Imagine a brush that’s like a spa treatment for your hair. The Wet Brush boasts ultra-soft bristles to minimize breakage, a clever design that lets water flow through easily for effortless detangling, and an ergonomically crafted handle for a comfortable brushing experience. It’s your go-to for achieving silky, healthy locks.

How Does the Wet Brush Work Its Magic?

Yes, it’s true! Wet Brushes are fantastic for wet hair. The Intelliflex bristles and Softips™ gently tackle tangles without straining delicate strands, reducing the risk of breakage and hair loss. Brush from the ends up, and watch the magic happen!

Is the Wet Brush Gentle on Hair?

Absolutely! Designed with flexibility in mind, the Wet Brush delicately untangles without tugging or breaking your precious strands. Remember, gentle strokes yield the best results.

Who Brings Us the Wet Brush?

The Wet Brush is a brainchild of J&D Beauty Products. Its popularity soars thanks to its ability to detangle with minimal pain.

When to Say Goodbye to Your Wet Brush?

Like all good things, Wet Brushes have their lifespan. Replace yours when bristles bend or it loses its detangling prowess, typically ranging from a few months to over a year, depending on your usage.

Can My Dog Enjoy a Wet Brush Too?

Originally for humans, the Wet Brush can be used on your furry friend. But why not treat them to their own? Check out the PetBrush by Wet Brush for a smooth and shiny coat.

Where to Find Your Own Wet Brush?

While the official site has shifted from e-commerce, there are plenty of places to snag your Wet Brush. Click here to embark on a tangle-free journey with the Wet Brush!

Paulina Romain

Paulina Romain is an entrepreneur and artist in the beauty industry. She is the founder and owner of The Art of Ink Studio, where she provides services such as permanent cosmetics, microblading, and artistic ink, focusing on personalized body art. Additionally, she owns Mill Pond Salon, through which she aims to deliver big-city salon services in the comfort of a small town. Apart from her hands-on work in her studios, Paulina Romain is also active on social media platforms like TikTok, where she showcases her fine line and cosmetic tattoo work. Furthermore, she's been in the salon and beauty industry for over 14 years and operates Team True Beauty with Sam Romain. This platform includes a blog on various beauty-related topics and marks the opening of two beauty brands by the couple.

9 thoughts on “The Wet Brush Review – Why is it so special?

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  2. As a beauty Pro for over 30 yrs. I have tried and seen many attempts to claim that it detangles. THIS COMPANY HAS NAILED IT 200% . I just purchased the Pro brush which is great on my wrist. . I retail it to my Wig , Extension and those Tight over Curly ClientS .I don’t see the brushes over saturating the Market . So professionals like myself can enjoy the sale of the brush. Love it!!

  3. Honestly I never really bribe on anything. But the WET brush has done its job to the ” CAPITAL T” . Two of my kids are very tinder headed and both of them have said they love this brush “because it doesn’t pull or hurt them ,it gets the job done 👏 . So I applaud this, especially as a mother atleast one more thing was very beneficial and made my hair brushing days a bit easier lol. And by the way it does an excellent job on my hair extensions as well.

  4. I like the brush itself but I don’t like it because the color of the brush come off the brush on to my hand then I have to wrap the brush with paper towel so the color can comes off on to it

    1. You should check out Spornette! They make great brushes too!

      Heres my review on them >>

  5. I just purchased the Wet detangler brush for my three year old daughter’s fine curly hair. Can I use it on her hair dry? I’ve been told to not brush curly hair when it’s dry, but that just isn’t practical with a three year old who is running around all day getting her hair tangled. So I’m looking for a brush that can comb her hair, wet or dry, safely without damage.

    1. You absolutely should not brush curly hair when it’s dry. I would still suggest the WetBrush and also an extra wide-tooth comb for emergencies.

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