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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 have had this teasing brush for a few months now and i must say its WONDERFUL. Its a great brush for teasing hair. it wont leave it tangled and you really will get great volume!
I highly suggest investing in this hair brush!
I like the size of this comb being compact enough to put in a smaller bag. Picks up hair nicely....I have thinning hair so I use all the time.3
I've never been able to tease my own hair, so I ordered this to make it easier. Still didn't work, although the handle is excellent for parting my hair or grabbing small hunks of it for styling. A hairstylist-friend of mine has said that she also owns the brush but that she never uses it to tease and prefers the traditional fine-toothed comb. However, my husband LOVES this brush over any and all of our others and he uses it now. To each their own.3
I purchased this mainly because I have thinner hair that I like to poof up a bit at the crown. This brush doesn't seem to work for me in that regards. It does do a great job with the ends (bob haircut). Quality made.3
I like this product but found I don't need to use it often. I thought adding volume manually is not a useful as using root lifter product3
Title says is all. This is a great brush for teasing, but nothing I haven't also seen in other brushes.3
i got this a couple years ago at sally's and it is a great teasing brush. the tease really stays with this brush pretty well.3
& I really wasn't sure at first.but now that I have used it a few times I like it!4
This little brush does a great job of quickly adding volume by backcombing. It seems to be less damaging than the combs that are designed for teasing.4
The Brush is the right size for teasing and separating. It's a good addition to a set. The bristles are okay, but the plait bristles look a little cheap. It's not a brush I would leave on my vanity, but one that I use regularly4