It looks so unassuming, right? The background on this brush is that about six months ago, I bought a brush on clearance from Sephora. Best.brush.ever. It was billed as anti-static, and it was. It was also about the only brush that didn't make Therese look like she had stuck her finger in a light socket if she actually *brushed* her hair (curly girl problems). So what's the problem? Brushes disappear in my house. Should have bought ten of the things. In any case, a few weeks ago, Loxa Beauty had 40% off their whole site (plus Ebates!). This brush had great reviews, plus it looks like my Sephora brush. I bought two of this shape, one of the paddle, and one of the Shine Brush version (which, I am thrilled to report, is almost exactly like an Avon brush that Henry had in 1993 when I met him which was my favorite brush ever until it fell apart).
These brushes are awesome. The Wet Brush is not quite as good as the Sephora brush for Therese, but it is perfect for me (and a close second for her). This brush goes right through thick, wet hair and detangles without tearing. We love it. Come in cute colors, too. The paddle brush is awesome for MC's and my super long hair.
Oh, and if you're in the market for a new hair dryer, can I tempt you with this set? I'm not a Loxa Beauty affiliate, but this set is a crazy price. I bought mine in the 40% off sale, but it is worth the $199 price. The dryer is UNREAL, and everything else you get with it is a huge bonus. Can you ever have enough flat irons (if you have more than one girl in the house)?
Use Ebates - usually 6% at Loxa Beauty. If you're not a member of Ebates, I sure wouldn't mind if you signed up through me, but we can still be friends if you don't. Sign up with Ebates
You seriously do get cash back when you shop online. For me, it's mostly Macy's, Ulta, and Sephora, but this Loxa Beauty purchase netted me around $13.00 back in my Paypal account. Not too shabby given that I'm going to shop anyway!