|Scaredoo Paddle Brush*|
|Scaredoo Detangling Brush|
I have found that the detangling side is excellent for removing knots from my hair, without feeling like it is pulling or causing any damage. Although I have very fine hair, I have quite a lot of it and find that it knots so easily. Sometimes I think you only have to look at it and a knot appears, but I have found that the Scaredoo glides through my hair and remove knots pain-free! It is great for using after washing your hair, or if you have been blown about by the wind and rain outside.
Like the Tangle Teezer (which I also own), the Scaredoo has a very ergonomic design that fits into the palm of your hand. Although some people prefer brushes with handles, I actually like the shape of the brush and think it is fantastic for popping in your handbag when you go out. I have even managed to fit it in my night out bags, showing just how practical it is. It also has an anti-slip texture to prevent it from flying out of your hand when you are brushing your hair.
The Scaredoo is currently available in five different colour combinations: Pink, Blue, Black, Yellow and Purple. I chose the bright sunshine yellow as I thought it would make it easier to spot when I'm looking for it in my handbag! The brush retails at £10.99 and can be purchased directly from the Scaredoo website. The price is very similar to that of the Tangle Teezer, which some may find a little pricey, but for a high quality hair brush with dentangling AND styling benefits, I think it is pretty reasonable. Scaredoo also donate £1.00 of every hairbrush sale to the Pink Ribbon Foundation, which is a great cause to support.
Overall I am really impressed with the Scaredoo brush. My Tangle Teezer was looking a little tatty, but rather than replace it, I am going to stick to using my Scaredoo! It works equally as well and also looks super cute. I wonder if it'll be the next big blogger craze? Who knows!
Let me know if you have tried the Scaredoo and what you think of it in the comments below :)
*Product sent for reviewMegan Jane