Knot Genie Detangling Hair Brushes

Tangled hair has met its match.

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How to use Knot Genie

Start small and go slowly. Hair that is extremely hard to brush (especially long or curly hair) should be sectioned before brushing. Use your fingers to separate a section at a time and then begin brushing against your hand, starting at the ends and working up to the roots. This lets you apply extra untangling pressure to the knots without pulling the hair. Be sure to use Knot Genie with curly hair only when wet to avoid the frizzies!

Testimonials

I used to bargain with my husband about who was going to do my daughter's hair every bathtime. Now I pick that job and let him do the dishes. Thank you Knot Genie. - H.W.

My daughter has very thick, very curly hair, so I just lay a section at a time on my palm. I'm amazed at how well this lightweight brush has held up since I started using it. - M.S.

It's hard to tell who used to hate getting their hair brushed more, my daughters or my son. Thanks to the Knot Genie, they all do it with barely a word and my son has stopped sneaking off to school with messy hair. - K.P.

About Knot Genie

The Knot Genie Detangling Brush was created for every mom that has endured the foot stomping and screaming matches that come with brushing their child's hair. With the Knot Genie, even the curliest, most knotted-up hair practically slips through the unique bristle configuration, gently and painlessly. Try the Knot Genie on your kids (or on yourself)—you'll be amazed by the ease of brushing, as well as how it virtually stops breakage and split ends. You've wished for hair brushing standoffs to end. Wish granted.

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