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Besides having a supercute name, Spornette's Little Wonder Brush has been brushing and teasing tresses for decades. In fact, this miracle tool is one of the first brushes that founder Walter Sporn debuted in the late '50s, so you know it must be doing something right.
Trying to backcomb your hair with anything other than this brush results in a tangled mess with no volume, at least that's what it's like for me. I gave up on backcombing my limp, boring, flat hair. With this little brush I actually can get the volume I want easily and quickly.5
This is my first purchase of a hair teaser, and I do love it. Even as a newbie to teasing, I was able to make a fun up-do in just minutes. It's a great quality brush that I know will last.5
This brush has so many uses...from de-tangling to teasing. I have no experience with doing hair (I hardly know how to put my hair in a ponytail), and it's so easy to use. I love it!5
Stiffer bristles that are perfect to pull hair flat and tight if you're going to do sections up. I like the design and it feels good to hold. It is a bit larger than I expected it would be.4
love this for volume for poof in front or crown. I have thick and fine hair which is treated and seems to go flat.5
This brush is a life saver and a must have especially if you have little ones it's the best pony tail brush to get things done fast and it smooths like a dream and the bristles are gentle in the head.5
I've never used a brush like this before but I must say I am pleasantly surprised. You get so much volume. It is really easy to grip too.5
I have been dying to try a teasing brush/comb with good reviews, so I was excited to tack this onto my recent Birchbox subscription. But I am not sure I'm using this right. I tried to tease my hair and ended up with a camel lump on one side that could not be tamed. Then, I got a bunch of static in my hair (my hair doesn't do well with these types of bristles-I always fuzz out).
Is there a video somewhere so I can make sure I don't have camel humps anymore?
I'm sure since everyone else loves it, I'm just doing something wrong. way wrong. I will keep trying.
A cute brush with many uses. Can be used on wet or dry hair. Can be used to style, or just to brush. Thank you!!!!!!5
A few back brushing and teasing at the crown of your head and you're good to go! A little bump to your ponytail or in front of a pretty clip. A little lower and a sophisticated French twist. Or go for it! Full out retro! The pointed tip is perfect for tucking in strays but also for making perfect parts in other dos like braids. And the stiff bristles are perfect to smooth down the tangle back brushing if you just tame the very top layers. Love it!5