Don’t Get In a Tangle…

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So, after reading a review from one of my mommy friends about this a couple of months ago, I decided to bite the bullet and purchase one for myself. So many people were saying that their local Sally’s were sold out of them, but lo and behold, my local one had quite a few! So I grabbed one, and went to experimenting.

I’ll give you my take on it honestly. Ready?

It’s fabulous! After I got around to the lack of a handle (I’m a handle type of girl) I was comfortable. I didn’t  need to soak my hair or add conditioner to remove the kinks! After about ten to fifteen minutes, my entire head of hair (which mind you had gone through a hairstyle that lasted a little over nine weeks, and THEN was formed into a twist out/fro of sorts) was detangled with minimal hair loss.

So, out of pure excitement, I am offering one to my readers! Maybe this excites you, maybe it doesn’t – however you can feel free to pass on this giveaway to someone who might be interested in it.

Here are the rules:

  1. You must be a fan both here and on Facebook. Let me know in the comments below. 
  2. You need to let me know your most “hair-raising” tale
  3. Post a link directing your friends to our Facebook page and our blog. 
  4. If any of your friends post that they were sent by you, you get an extra entry!
This giveaway is open to residents of the United States only and will close at Midnight  Tuesday, March 29, 2011. 
Happy entries!!!


  1. Vee Prince says:

    I'm fan on Facebook AND of the blog. My most "hair raising tale" has to be the time I tried a homemade deep conditioner that consisted of banana.
    I left it on for a WHILE and when I went to wash it out I have pieces of banana stuck in my hair and on my scalp. It lasted for about a week! I could NOT get it out!
    Needless to say, I won't be doing that again.

  2. Whitney says:

    I'm a Fan on your FB page and a public follower of the blog. My most hair raising tale is when I first friend
    Miss Jessies. Curly pudding, in hopes of having a fly curly fro, needless to say it turned out so bad that I didn't attempt the style again for another 2 years. It still didn't work, but my failure helped me find my beloved ecosyyler that works phenomenally for wash n go styles!

  3. DAVESGIRL says:

    I am a fan on FB and follower of this blog. My most hair raising event would be when I was first going natural 3 years ago and tried Garnier Fruitis (sp?) products in my hair. Oh what a tangled web I wove! It was awful mess! I had to start over with my normal products in order to get the comb through my head. I've learned better, stuck with being natural and think I do a pretty good job now!

  4. Aisha G says:

    Glad you are doing this because I need a tangle teezer!!

    I am a fan on FB and here too. Most hair raising story: When I was about 5 years old I stayed home from school because I was "sick". Got bored, found scissors and cut off my afro puff.
    My mama gave me my first and only whooping for that. She didn't believe in corporal punishment but she most certainly did THAT day. LOL.

  5. Huntsville Foodie!!! says:

    Hey there! This tangle teezer stays sold out so I hope I win! lol! I am a fan publicly on the blog and on the FB page! My most hair-raising story is how at the age of 10 my paternal grandmother took me to her 'old lady' beauty shop the morning after a sleep over at her house and had my press and curl PERMED…without my Mother's permission, of course. Needless to say my Mother was livid!!! I didn't know any better, all I remember to this day was that my head was ON FIRE! 🙁 Now I am creamy-crack free going on 2.5 years. Best decision ever!

  6. Rachelle Yakubu Photography says:

    I am a fan on facebook.

    My hair-raising tale is when I decided to wear a twist-out for 3 WEEKS!! It was my first twist out and I loved every minute of it. I decided at the end of week 3 to wash my hair. I entered the shower, applied the shampoo, rubbed and rubbed. The wide-tooth comb came on board to do it's job, my hair didn't allow it too. Yank, yank it went. The comb was rejected. Frustration ensued. Rinse, rinse and out the shower. I then got a pair of scissor. Snip, snip, snippity, snip. I cut my hair in a short fro. Once it dried I shaped it a bit. It was cute for a few days but I began to miss my ponytails. Lesson learned…Twist my hair at night, wear a satin bonnet, and moisturize. The scissors could have been avoided had I done the preceding. Had I had a Tangle Teezer things would have been a whole lot EASIER…

  7. melisasource says:

    My most hair-raising tale would be when I went into a random salon to get blond streaks in my hair when I was in my early 20’s — the stylist turned my entire head bright orange!!

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