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Monday, January 21, 2013

Knot Genie Review and Giveaway

Knot Genie Detangling Brush

If your kids are anything like mine they will absolutely hate getting their hair brushed! My son has super curly, fine hair that turns into a tangled mess so easily. It really is a constant battle to brush his hair. All that changed as soon as I received the Knot Genie! Now there isn't a battle at all and my son actually enjoys brushing his OWN hair! I am amazed at how well it works. It even does a great job on my curly mess. My son has definitely inherited his curly hair form me!

Here are some tips from Knot Genie when dealing with curly hair:

- Never brush curly hair when it is dry! Brushing dry curly hair disrupts the curl pattern, making it large and frizzy. Use the Knot Genie to brush curly hair only when it is wet.

- If you love that tight "springy" look, brush your hair in the shower or bath with the Knot Genie and then simply squeeze in styling product afterwards, being careful not to re-stretch the curls.

- At night, pull your hair into a loose pony tail. Pulling the curls up or back helps contain the curls so you are not tossing them around all night.

- Consider long hair. While many people think curly, hard-to-manage hair should be cut short, often that leads to a "mushroom" look. Extra weight pulls curls down and makes them gorgeous, especially when cut with long layers.

The Knot Genie comes in several colors and patterns. The full size Knot Genie retails for $19.99 and the Teeny Genie retails for $14.99. I received the Camo Cloud Knot Genie Brush to review and one to give away!
Now for the fun part! Enter in the Rafflecoptor below for your chance to win a Knot Genie!
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***Disclaimer: I was given this product to review for free on my blog. All opinions are my own and were not influenced. Also this post contains my Affiliate links. If you make a purchase by clicking on the links I will receive a commission.***

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  1. My friend who is a few weeks away from having her first baby. :-)

  2. my daughter. she has beautiful wavy hair

  3. This would be for my 8 year old girl!

  4. I would it for my 4 year old daughter!

  5. I would use the KnotGenie for combing my 3-year-old niece's hair when she visits. Her hair is super curly, and I hate trying to comb it without pulling. Poor baby!