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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.
I really wanted to love this little comb. I really did.
It just feels a bit strange back combing with boar bristles. I also feel as if is pulling and tugging on my hair and basically damaging it quite a bit. I realize using a comb takes a little more work (perhaps for some), but I just get better results using one. Too bad.
I have thick, long, curly hair, and this brush only makes it frizzy, even when used for styling. Could be great for thinner hair though!2
I have fine hair, and bought this based on the reviews here. I was misled. Even with texturizing spray and hairspray I did not have any extra volume because it all fell flat in a minute or two.2
This was an OK hair brush for teasing and even pulling edges smooth but it was nothing different than average hairbrushes that I have purchased at the drug store. I will continue to use but I will not buy any other items like this from this brand.2
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 love the concept of this brush but the bristles kept falling out. I stopped using it.3
I really should have read the description before I purchased this little comb, because I expected the boar bristles to have some regular bristles in the middle, like many brushes do. But no bother, because the bristles are actually fairly stiff and so easy to work with (and don't tangle my hair). That said, I do wish that the pointy end was pointier. In the photo it looks like it can be used to separate hair into a part, which is why I bought it. Unfortunately, it is not pointy enough. Fine hair requires a finer line, and this is rather blunt at the end. I'm a little disappointed with this purchase.3
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.
I likes this teasing brush, and the pointed handle is a great tool to use too, but i noticed it was really rough and damaging to my hair3
After all the rave over this product I was a little disappointed. The brush does not tease well at all. However, it is good for back combing. I have read the end of the brush is good for up dos but I have yet to try using it for that.3