19 August 2014

Review: Lady Jayne Tangleze

A new product from Lady Jayne will be hitting the shelves soon. It is called the Tangleze. It's a hairdresser recommended detangling hairbrush for both wet and dry hair.



Tangleze is a compact palm sized hairbrush that is perfect for the busy gal that is always on-the-go. Furthermore, it also has a cover to protect the bristles if you're like me and like "throwing" things in your handbag or luggage.


Lady Jayne Tangleze has dual-length bristles that reduce hair breakage and allows detangling without the pain. The bristles are quite hard and firm, and remind me of a standard paddle brush. 

L-R: Lady Jayne Tangleze; Tangle Teezer
When I first heard about the Tangleze, I immediately thought of the Tangle Teezer. As you may already know, I'm a big fan of the Tangle Teezer. Even my dog, Snowy (Shih Tzu x Maltese) loves it! He absolutely hates when I use a regular dog brush on him, but he loves it when I use a Tangle Teezer. It's super gentle and feels almost like a massage on the scalp (well, skin for the dog). 

L-R: Tangle Teezer; Lady Jayne Tangleze
Tangleze is so similar to the Tangle Teezer. It does not hurt at all when brushing through my very tangled locks. I also did not see much hair fall out when I brushed my hair, wet or dry. However, the main difference is that the bristles on the Tangle Teezer is more flexible than Tangleze. Therefore, Tangle Teezer is more gentle on the scalp than Tangleze. This may not be such a bad thing for Tangleze if you're into a more "harsher" head massage.

Despite being harsher on the scalp, I think Tangleze is a great alternative to the Tangle Teezer, as it works just as great at detangling hair without the pain. It's also super affordable at $12.99 each. There are two colours available - pink and purple. Lady Jayne Tangleze will be available for purchase from Priceline in September 2014, and will hit the shelves in Big W, Target, Chemist Warehouse and independent pharmacies from October 2014.

This product was kindly provided for my consideration. All opinions expressed are my own.

8 comments:

  1. Great comparison review! I have a 'dupe' of the Tangle Teezer and it works really well. I am looking forward to trying out the Lady Jayne version! I quite like a firm scalp massage so it probably will be ok :P

    Kate | themintedbeauty.com

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    1. Thanks Kate! Which "dupe" do you have?

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  2. I've been using this as well and I've really been liking it! It's the first detangle brush I've tried and I definitely think it works. Personally I think I prefer stiffer bristles, I hate it when bristles bend as you're brushing!

    Tasha // shiwashiful.

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    1. The Tangle Teezer bristles don't bend all that much, but they're a lot more gentler on the scalp than the Tangleze. I guess it's all about preferences!

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  3. Interesting review! I like the sound of the Tangle Teezer and as I'm all for something gentle. I don't own either but am definitely interested!

    Sheri | Behind The Frames

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    1. Thanks Sheri! I am all for gentle too, especially when it comes to my scalp. If money was no object, then I'd definitely pick Tangle Teezer.

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  4. I've been trying this one out and feel the same way! It's nice and gentle, but my other one is "more" gentle, if that makes sense haha! Great comparison to the Tangle Teezer though! xx

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    1. Thanks Jasmine! What is the other one you've been using?

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