W was born with a head of curly hair. Unfortunately, the curls did not stick around. By eighteen months, her hair was as straight as a board. The only remainder of her wavy hair is her hair’s ability to frizz. Every morning, we have to untangle a nest of knots. She’s also tenderheaded, so it’s an even harder task. We’ve taken to keeping her hair above shoulder length to minimize the trauma of hair brushing. Otherwise, any attempt at hair care looks like this:
The Knot Genie looked like it might be worth a try. We definitely needed something to maintain a balance between healthy hair and a happy child. All the brushes we tried so far hurt her head, so the Knot Genie’s soft bristles really appealed to me.
The Knot Genie comes in several different colors, we received a cute purple one. The brush is in two parts: the bristles and the handle. I think they come apart so that you can store it safely; that would be especially useful when travelling with the Knot Genie. Regular brushes aren’t always luggage friendly.
To test out the Knot Genie, we needed some really tangled hair. Luckily, W’s head was cooperative:
She didn’t even want me getting near her, in fear that I would try to brush her hair. After some coaxing, I gently ran the Knot Genie through her hair. I was amazed at the results!
Look how smooth her hair is! You can’t tell, but her hair was very soft to the touch. The Knot Genie transformed her hair from frazzled to fabulous. She even wanted to use it on herself! I am so glad that we found a product that doesn’t make her run in the opposite direction. You can buy Knot Genie at KnotGenieStore.com.
The Knot Genie generously sent me an additional brush to giveaway to run of my readers. This giveaway is for US only and is void where prohibited. It will end on June 5 at 12:01 AM ET.
Disclosure: I was provided with a brush gratis in exchange for my honest review.