Why the Tangle Angel range are the perfect wet hair brushes
Our design experts created the Tangle Angel range to be gentle on wet hair. First and foremost, all of our brushes are water resistant so will stand the test of time.
The smooth bristles move with you rather than against you, allowing for minimal pulling and a pain-free brushing experience. The ergonomic design of our brushes mean they’re comfortable to hold and use, a wet brush and detangler in one.
The Angel 2.0 is just as beautiful as it is useful, it’s our most iconic design and works wonders on detangling those knots whilst being water resistant making it perfect for use in the shower. The lengthened handle allows for greater control when you’re detangling your locks. It also comes in a variety of stunning colours to match your mood or your outfit, including pink, turquoise and matte black.
Designed for use on wet and dry hair, the Angel Pro is the perfect brush for detangling your hair. The scientifically-developed, blade-shape bristles glide through those tangles with ease and being water resistant enables the Angel Pro to be the perfect detangling brush for use in the shower. What’s more, it comes in five beautiful colours to choose from.
Top tips for looking after your wet hair
There’s so much advice flying around about how to look after wet hair that it’s easy to get lost in the noise.
Wet hair is much more fragile than dry hair so it’s important to take care of it! The experts at Tangle Angel have put together some top tips for looking after your ‘do – read on to find out more.
Use the correct brush type
Don’t just use any old brush from your dresser on wet hair. Choose a wet hair brush that’s been created for the task such as the Tangle Angel range, which have flexible bristles which glide through hair without pulling.
Start brushing from the bottom
If you start brushing from the top of your hair down, all you are doing is pushing tangles to the bottom which could damage your hair.
Start brushing through small sections at the bottom before working your way for tangle free hair and a pain-free process!
Be gentle with it
It’s tempting to rough up your hair with a towel as soon as you get out of the bath or shower, but hair is more susceptible to breakage when it’s wet and being rough with it will do it no favours. Use a soft cloth to gently dab your hair dry instead.
Don’t apply styling products while it’s soaking wet
Your hair simply won’t absorb styling products when it’s really wet – wait until it’s had a little time to dry so that they can penetrate the hair shaft properly.
Avoid heat styling
Excessive heat can damage your hair so avoid heat styling as much as possible.
If you do need to use heat tools, make sure you use some sort of heat protection product to help your hair retain moisture while you get the style you want.