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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 own two of these!! They work so well and I can't believe how perfect my hair is at all times5
I tried this brush based on the excellent reviews and I wasn't disappointed. It is THE perfect brush for teasing/backcombing hair. It is a nice size and the bristles are awesome. Wish I'd had this long ago!5
this is my favorite brush for my purse. I have very short hair and I use this brush just as my regular brush. My hair is straight and medium thick. It works perfectly for me!5
I have fine hair, but a ton of it. This brush gives me nice body that lasts all day. I was a cynic, but now I'm a beleiver.5
Really like this brush - it's small and easy to pack for travel and really gives my hair a lot of texture5
I never really understood teasing one's hair, but once I tried out this brush I TOTALLY got it. This isn't about a big rats nest of hair, this is about texture and volume. I've become a fan of the second day hair because I can add some volume into my hair with this gem.5
I have very fine hair, which is not easy to tease. The Little Wonder works miracles on my hair. I love big hair, don't you?5
This is the best secret weapon for adding natural teasing volume to your hair. Lift a little, Lift a lot.. your choice!5
I've been teasing my hair wrong for years now. This brush fixed everything! The tease stays in all night and it looks great if your patient with it. I tease messy and am really fast with it so it looks ratty until I smooth it out. I recommend the brush birchbox recommends with the teasing brush. it pretty much smooths out the top of your hair so it looks neat :) love this brush5
As a fine and thin-haired gal, this tool changed my life.
It's not to be used alone. Make sure you're puffing it up with some hairspray, or mousse, or texturizing whatevers and whatnots, but yes.