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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 think I must just need more practice. So far allI have done is create a hot mess. I am going to keep trying. I am from Texas, how am I not getting this.3
I was skeptical about how this would work. I have a lot of fine, naturally curly (often straightened) hair and was worried it would do the opposite--flatten out my hair and make it look brushed OUT. But I trusted the reviews, and am glad I did. Works great! Super versatile and much better than a teasing comb-type product. Only complaint would be the long handle--it's just not something I need, and makes it less likely to travel.4
I got this so I can tease my hair when I curl or straighten my hair so it's not so flat. It's easy to use and handle and I even use it sometimes to just smooth out some frizzies around my hair line when I put my hair up.4
I like this brush. Its cute and little but it does tease well. Much better than a comb and it isnt as obvious that you teased.4
when you want to add some volume and product this is a great little brush to help you achieve a just washed, fluffy look. I'm still new to short hair and I am really glad a purchased this product.4
This is the perfect brush for teasing hair and gives great volume with little effort! Also small enough to throw in my baf but large enough to get the job done!5
I carry this in my purse and use it several times a day--the instructions for making an updo are great and very easy (even for my superfine hair) and it's good as a normal brush too. Highly recommend.5
I have to say that I'm glad I purchased this brush when I did! I haven't used it yet to trade the Hair but I did use it to really tame away my fly aways before putting the main up, and using it to section out the Hair for half up dos. Love it!4
I have really fine, thin hair and need all the umph I can get. So I tease my crown--have tried a lot of different tools. This one is okay--not a game changer. I find it builds up static along with volume.3
this brush is a nice teasing brush. I have had ones before from other brands and honestly dont notice too much of a difference other than there are a few more bristles. Overall worth it for the price though.4