Beauty Hair Care Review

The Evolve Flow Through Detangler | First Impressions

Flow Through Detangler

A couple of months ago I was in Target and noticed the Evolve Flow Through Detangler. The Flow Through Detangler is $2.99 and seems to be a knock off of the Felicia Leatherwood Brush (FLW). Just through observation, the Evolve Flow Through Detangler is obviously smaller than the FLW brush.

Felicia Leatherwood Detnagling Brush

 

However, the Tangle Wrangler which is a brush for horses, came out long before the Felicia Leatherwood Brush. So, who is copying who? I cannot say. Nonetheless, I was happy to see the brush in Target at $2.99, so I could try it and consider purchasing the FLW for $14.99 + Shipping.

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Take A Look

I am always interested in new tools to help detangle my natural hair. Finger detangling is one of the best ways to detangle my hair, but I have to be concerned with my nails. Thus, I prefer using tools to avoid ripping my hair out with split nails or ridges. This was my first time using the Evolve Flow Through Detangler. Check out the video below for my first impressions:

Moving ForwardFlow Through Detangler

Recently, I saw the Glamtwinz video about using the Denman brush only on the ends of hair during the wash and go process. I think I will try that approach next, but so far I’m not impressed with this brush. I do not like the seam, and am not sure I want to purchase the FLW Brush. If this tool doesn’t cut down on time or take the same amount of time as my fingers or Magic Rake, then I will not reach for it very often.

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