Hair Gizmos for the Home: Wet Brush and Kiss Instawave
Hair can do SO MUCH for one’s appearance, yet it is the hardest for me to put some effort into. It is the crowning glory, and yet something I rarely touch. I have crazy hair fall, so doing anything more than breathing puts me in anxiety over additional loss of strands.
Wet Brush sells 28 units a day – that’s fucking crazy! Everyone is raving about it, and being able to try it I can see why. Armed with Intelliflex® bristles and soft tips, these brushes are designed to respond to particular scalp situations so that it can be flexible or firm at the right moment, allowing the bristles to detangle without pulling!
I use a super wide-tooth comb to manage my post-shower hair. The teeth are spaced about 1.25cm apart. It does the job, but when I tried Wet Brush, I notied that it was way more soothing on the scalp and caused half to two thirds less of my normal hair fall.
They come in a variety of sizes and colors. I have the full-size Detangle variant in Orange Mosaic, and it goes for P 899. There are other designs, sizes and variants of Wet Brush, including a roller brush for blow-drying.
Another cool new gizmo is the Kiss Instawave Automatic Curler. Liz demoed it right in the intro of this FB live. Similar to a traditional curling iron, the Kiss Instawave heats your hair on a barrel. Kiss’ barrel is made of hair-safe ceramic and utilizes far infrared heat and negative ions to reduce frizz and damage.
The cool bit about this curling gadget is that it did away with the traditional barrel clip and instead replaced it with an automatic rotating wand and prongs. You simply poke the tool near your hair, and the prongs plus rotating motion automatically twist your hair up the barrel for you. Once the section of hair is secure, hold the clockwise or counterclockwise rotate button, stop when you feel like you’ve twisted up as far as you safely can, and release the rotate button. The curler will make a soft beep after 8 seconds, indicating the ideal time to keep your hair wrapped up in the Kiss Instawave. At this point, you may release your hair, or wait a little more for a longer-wearing curl.
I absolutely love big, bouncy waves, but find it too labor-intensive to do on myself. This gadget is pretty exciting, and a short trial let me finish my head in 10 minutes, as opposed to 30 with a traditional curling iron.
Are you up to try these game-changing hairstyling tools? Wet Brush and Kiss Instawave are available in selected Watsons stores and SM Department Stores nationwide.
*This article appears in ProjectVanity.com