Maddie has really long hair. And I haven’t had the heart to cut it yet, so she still has some baby curls. This long hair can get quite tangled and she is very sensitive when I am trying to brush her hair. So I found a deal on a Knot Genie hairbrush. When I first bought it, I’ll admit I was a little skeptical about how well it would work.
After trying it out on Maddie and not hearing any complaints and getting nice, smooth, un-tangled hair, I was sold. I use it with some detangling spray after baths as well as just on her dry hair. She doesn’t complain that it hurts and I’m happy I can get a brush through her hair without many complaints.
I did buy one from Target as well, so I could have one upstairs and one downstairs. I don’t remember the brand of it, but it works well, too.
Maddie does like to use it herself, too. She’s still a little young to do a very good job of brushing, but she is happy to try. Dannie likes trying to brush her hair with it, too.
Overall, If your daughter has long hair, a sensitive head, or you’re just tired of struggling with her to brush her hair, I highly recommend giving this brush a try. I have no promises you’ll get the same results as I do, but it has worked for me.
All of the opinions are my own and this was not a sponsored post.