Review: Goody TangleFix

Let’s be honest. I’m sure at some point or another you’ve thought that Goody is an expensive brand of hair stuff; I thought the same. That is, until I had personal experience with two of their hair brushes. The first was a standard hair brush (value: Php399) that I got from the BDJ Elite Girls’ Night Out. That turned out pretty well, and in fact I am still using it and it shows no sign of age.

My next brush from Goody is the TangleFix. It is undoubtedly their answer to the Tangle Teezer. I wonย mine from Nicole of Beauty and Sparkle, in one of her Freebie Friday contests. This brush retails for Php789.75.

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The TangleFix I received is the gray version. It looks really shiny and reflective here because the back is covered with some plastic which I haven’t removed yet. The brand is stamped on the fatter side.

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The size seems perfect in my hand! The grip is really good and does not cause the brush to fly out of my hand when I’m using it.

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The bristles are a combination of longish ones interspersed with short ones. This combo is what untangles the hair without pulling, and can be used with either dry or wet hair. The ends of the bristles are blunt and will not irritate the scalp.

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Does it work? Sometimes. There are certain days where the tangles are really bad and it takes several passes of the TangleFix to detangle it. It works best on wet hair I think. Is it worth almost Php800? I think it does, considering that it has the same level of sturdiness as Goody’s basic brushes. This brush will last you a long time!

Pros: very ergonomic; feels good on the scalp

Cons: pricey

Goody is available in most department stores. Follow Goody Philippines on Twitter here!

11 thoughts on “Review: Goody TangleFix

  1. Oh yes, I find Goody pricey! This looks similar to the Wet Brush that is sadly not available in the PH. Personally, I wouldn’t spend 800 on a brush. Conditioner lang ang katapat ng tangles sa akin. Lucky you for winning it in a contest! ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. I envy you! I wish my hair is that masunurin! And yeah, I wouldn’t really have bought this for myself. I already think that the 300-peso brushes are quite expensive!

  2. This one’s really look similar to the original tangle teezer. I actually think getting this is worth the buck because it is something you use everyday, and the tangle teezer really works for me. It also feels relaxing, like a massage, when I brush my hair and when it touches the scalp. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Congrats for your own domain! Wooot! ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Thank you! It was a huge step and risk, since it’s my first time going self-hosted.

      I’m so far enjoying the TangleFix, but I’m not really sure I would have bought it myself haha!

  3. I have no doubt that this is an excellent brush and a good Tangle Teezer dupe. I just started re-using my Goody Ouchless hairbrush yesterday, and I couldn’t get over how amazing it felt on my crazy hair. (The only reason I stopped storing it in my bag was because the bristles would destroy soft-cover books and notebooks that also went into my bag. Was using a foldable hairbrush.)

    I hope to buy the bigger Ouchless brush for home-use, but I’m waiting for a sale. BTW, diba Goody joins Xmas bazaars sa WTC, Manila and has super sales?

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