by Contributing Writer Maytal Wichman
Long hair on little girls is adorable but can be hard to maintain. It’s enough that I have to worry about my own hair, now I have a whole other head of hair to worry about. Getting tangles out of it is a lot of work when you have a squirmy little girl who winces at the slightest pull. Luckily I found a detangling brush called the Knot Genie that actually delivers what it promises: an extremely easy way to detangle hair. (Read more after the jump).
I received a sample and was excited to try it on my daughter’s thick, curly hair because it often gets in tangles and I wanted to see if it works. The brush has different lengths of teeth on it that bend in a way that gently untangles the hair. The knots got untangled easily and painlessly. The brush is so easy to use that my 5-year-old daughter likes using it herself – she loves brushing her hair with it and no longer complains that it hurts and we use it during bath time as well. Brushing hair is now calming and peaceful at our house.
I wish the Knot Genie could grant me all of my wishes, like kids that go to bed quickly and never whine, but it did grant me the wish of peaceful hair brushing.
I was not paid for this post. I did receive a sample for review purposes.
Contributing Blogger Maytal Wichman is the owner of Mama’s Healthy Bites and also writes for Savvy Sassy Moms. Maytal has been living in New York City for eleven years. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature as well as a Law Degree, but writing about nutrition and helping families eat better is her true passion. She grew up in both California and Israel, which explains her love for California cuisine (fresh, local ingredients), as well as Mediterranean food (flavorful, heart-healthy ingredients). Maytal is a mom to two kids (ages 5 & 3) and works hard to ensure they eat healthy, unprocessed food, while trying to make it as delicious as possible. Married to a vegetarian and being a pescetarian herself, this can be quite a challenge. On an ordinary night at her dinner table, you can hear things like “More cauliflower, please!”, “How come I didn’t get a lot of tomato?” and “Fish oil! Yaaaay!”.