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To encompass inclusivity and celebrate all hair types, we’ve expertly developed the Xtreme Re:born. A detangling paddle brush with Memory-Flex® bristles to help reduce stress to the hair and scalp during brushing and styling.

Made in the UK from recycled plastic, the hair brush (and its packaging) can all be fully recycled at the end of its life.

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    Ideal for thick, long, curly and coily hair, our Re:born Xtreme hair brush has been specially designed for the ultimate protection and performance and is suitable for use on hair extensions and weaves. 

    For performance reasons, the bristles are made from virgin plastic and are antibacterial. Tangle Angel is a proud supporter of Plastic Bank, helping to stop ocean plastic and improve the lives of collector communities by aiding the recovery of ocean-bound plastic.

    We have committed to collecting over 1,500kg of plastic in 2022. That’s the equivalent of preventing 77,275 plastic bottles from entering the ocean and is more than we produce for our entire range of Re:born products. Therefore, our customers are safe in the knowledge that Tangle Angel are plastic responsible and whenever you buy one of our Re:born brushes, you’re supporting this amazing organisation and helping to reduce plastic waste in our oceans.


    Product height
    • 230mm


    • Made from Recycled Plastic
    • Memory-Flex™ Bristles
    • Antibacterial
    • Lengthened Handle for Greater Control
    • Handle Designed for Stable Base
    • Water Resistant
    • Large Paddle Brush Size

Our mini guide to detangling

Step 1

Invest in the right tools. You’ll need a brush that is gentle on hair but tough on knots, such as our Angel 2.0.

Step 2

Use good quality heat spray when you detangle and blow-dry your hair, this will help protect your delicate hair-do.

Step 3

Leave your hair to air dry 75% before using any heat styling products on it, to reduce breakage.

Step 4

Do not brush your hair from the roots downward as this can cause major damage, not to mention pain. Always start at the ends and work your way up.