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Beautiful to look at; beautiful to use; say hello to the NEW Angel 2.0 detangling brush.
For tangled hair? Wet hair? Dry hair? Flyaway hair? Yes, yes, yes, yes!
Our NEW Angel 2.0 detangling brush is designed to handle anything your hair throws at it. When it comes to multitasking, it’s the only brush you need.
The Angel 2.0 has re-set the standards for stylish design, function and performance. Easy to hold and easy on your hair, thanks to our Memory Flex® bristles. It’s anti static to reduce flyaway hair, antibacterial, heat resistant for blow drying and water resistant for use in the shower.
Incredible soft touch finish.
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• WET/DRY HAIR
• ALL HAIR TYPES
PRODUCT HEIGHT: 190MM
Key features of this brush:
Following thorough testing and redesign, the brush now has 10 %25 fewer bristles. This allows the Memory-Flex® bristles more room to move, helping to separate knots even more effectively. It also improves bristle penetration through the hair strands enhancing the massaging effect on the scalp. The higher bristles are now concentrated around the edge and centre of the pad where they are most effective.
EX-STATIC® ANTI STATIC STRIP
The bristles contain anti static additives embedded in the plastic. This allows any static present in the hair to be earthed by the user when they are in contact with the strip, reducing frizz and flyaway hair.
LENGTHENED HANDLE for greater control
RUBBERISED FOOT providing a stable base.
Inhibits the growth of bacteria, making your brush ultra-hygienic and protected in between cleans.
Heat resistant (up to 120°C) for use with a hairdryer.
Water-resistant for use on wet hair and in the shower.
Not only stunning to look at but also easy to use and highly functional. This brush can be held around the wings for greater control and feel, or by the handle for everyday combing and detangling.
HOW TO USE FOR BEST RESULTS
Divide your hair into manageable sections and start to detangle from the ends, gradually working your way up to the roots.