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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. This brush is our secret weapon for nailing up-dos and va-va-voom hairstyles because the tail-handle picks up hair sections like no other and the nylon and boar bristles tease to add killer volume. This brush is so easy to style with that we've witnessed many a teasing newbie become experts after just a few uses.
Works like a typical back comb nothing is very special about the too. For the price the product suffices but wished for a little more2
I really like this brush and the size, I do not use it much for teasing but it works well as a regular brush as well.3
Was really hoping for a miracle styling tool for my thin hair. This is not it. I do get lift but it more of a messy look rather than just volume as I was hoping for.3
I purchased this brush to do some creative styling of my wavey, shoulder length hair hair. The brush is stiff, and consequently, when running it through my hair, it created static/fly aways. The tail is good for parting hair. I have tossed this brush in my travel bag for an emergency, but it is not a go-to brush for me.3
I use this only as my travel brush. It's nice and small. It doesn't take up too much room. I love the handle on it. One one complaint I have is I have thick hair and it does not go all the way though my hair so when I brush I go though it a few extra times compared to my normal brush.3
The brush is convenient in size but not so great at untangling knots in my hair. Yes, it's a great size to put in a medium size purse or to use for travels, but I don't like it enough use it every day. I think it's a brush you can use to tidy up after you use a much fuller brush to do the basics. FYI: I have long, really thick hair. Perhaps this brush might be better for shorter hair?3
Got this because I thought it would help with teasing my hair. Didn't work very well. But it could just be my hair might be a little to thin.3
The size and bristle textures are nice, but they didn't provide the volume I was hoping for. It is nice to lightly tease and to smooth out hair. I don't plan to tossing the true teasing comb for when I really need oomph.3
This brush is decent for teasing, but it should come with some sort of instructions or illustration manual because it is not simple to figure out how to use it.3
the brush did its job but it took extra long due to my think hair. so if you have thick wavy hair like mine I suggest looking at a different brush.3