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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 little gem is perfect for teasing hair; especially creating trendy up-dos! My beautician has a comb exactly like this that she uses sometimes while styling my hair. Bi have never been able to achieve the same look without her, until THIS! Very pleased with purchase.5
This brush is one of my very best styling tools. The bristles don't make snarls while volumizing the hair. The end of the brush has a perfect point to guide you through your 'do and creating even patches of lifted hair. I'd be lost without it.5
Doesnt take much to back comb and put body into my hair poof!!5
In a matter of minutes I can restyle my hair with this little brush. Anytime of the day or night this brush and a little hairspray is all you need to change or freshen your look. I carry it everyday.5
I have this brush and I initially planned on keeping it for travel but it never made it to my travel bag because I instantly loved it and kept using it. I have since bought the larger size which really isn't much bigger to put in my travel bag. Leaves hair nice and shiny with no breakage.5
I have been trying to tease my hair with a normal brush for so long and I finally bought this instead. It is perfection! Its not too hard on hair but gives great volume.5
This comb is super cute but way overpriced here. I bought the large one at Sally's for $7. And this is the mini one. So I would say save your money. Also this comb doesn't do the BEST job in teasing in my opinion. But it is very useful especially the size of it bc it gets under your hair when you don't wanna lift it completely up to prevent from separating curls.4
This brush is perfect for styling hair. Rat-tail for parting into sections and a brush that smoothes and detangles well. I tried other brushes but the Spornette is definitely the best I've tried.5
I have just recently grown my hair out for the first time and this brush is perfect for making it stay in updos for any period of time.5
This brush definitely does what its supposed to -- I can build great volume with it. That being said, I don't see a difference between using this and using a standard rattail comb or a boar bristle round brush. I don't think it's worth buying again in the future if you already have another type of comb or brush.4