Magic Brush by Jerome Alexander is a hairbrush that promises it will detangle hair in seconds completely ouch-free. Magic Brush states their brush works on all hair types, will reduce hair loss and breakage, and is gentle on your lovely locks.
What’s the “magic” in Magic Brush?
Magic Brush claims that the “magic” is that it really works to untangle your hair. They tout that Magic Brush contains unique bristles that glide through all types of hair and you can use it wet or dry.
They insist no matter what kind of hair you have – short, long, straight, or curly – Magic Brush will quickly untangle it without breaking or pulling out too much. Magic Brush adds that it’s always gentle even on fine or thin hair.
How much does Magic Brush cost to buy online?
Magic Brush retails from its website for $9.99 plus $6.99 shipping and handling, which includes a Lift and Style Comb, for a total of $16.98. At checkout, you can add an additional Magic Brush and Comb for $3.99 in fees. Magic Brush comes in pink, teal, or purple.
Is there a money back guarantee for Magic Brush by Jerome Alexander?
Yes. Magic Brush is covered by a 30-day money back guarantee, but this is minus any of the shipping and handling charges and what it costs you to ship it back to them.
What is the phone number for Magic Brush customer service?
(866) 967 2407
Bottom Line: Is Magic Brush by Jerome Alexander a good brush for detangling my hair?
Possibly yes. Magic Brush is still new as of this writing so consumers have yet to chime in on its effectiveness. However, Jerome Alexander’s popular Magic Minerals Make-Up receives rave reviews.
Magic Brush is reasonably priced, especially if you opt for the 2nd brush, but honestly, we’re not sure how “magic” it is. The design is very similar to the Wet Brush (which comes in a rainbow of colors) as well as ConAir Basics, both of which get positive marks from consumers.
Therefore if you are interested in Magic Brush, we encourage you to look for it at your favorite retail store, where it will likely be cheaper and you won’t have to wait for it in the mail. “As Seen On TV” products like Magic Brush make the majority of their sales in person, in spite of how they make it sound in the commercial.
Once you get Magic Brush, or any detangling brush or comb, use it in sections on your hair starting on the ends first and working your way to your scalp. While wet hair is easier for the brush to glide through, it’s also more likely to break.
Every stylist has their trick for detangling hair naturally, some of which are outlined in this article on Refinery29. One tip is prevention: getting the ends trimmed regularly will prevent things from getting too knotty.
And if you are looking for other brush options, you should check out the 7 Best Brushes for Detangling according to Babble. The Wet Brush and the ConAir are on the list, along with some more space-age detanglers like the Tangle Teezer.
Let us know your experience with Magic Brush by Jerome Alexander below – did it get rid of your tangles pain free, or was it one big OUCH?