Denman D3 Tutti Frutti Scented Brush
Regular readers of my blog might know I'm a massive fan of haircare - I've always been a little obsessive when it comes to keeping my locks in check and I style my hair every day. I'm never ever without a comb or a brush of some kind - in fact my hair is a bit of a running joke at work as I always keep my 'emergency comb' at the entrance to our stockroom so I can backcomb/smooth/tidy up the ends quickly when I need to during the day (I'm aware of how bad this sounds..but i don't take kindly to bad hair days). So, when I was contacted by Denman asking if I wanted to sample one of their ever popular D3 styling brushes in the Tutti Frutti Scented range, I jumped at the chance.
This brush is such a great all rounder - it's been in my bag for days out shopping and for work for general touch ups, and I've even used it for blow drying. The bristles are really sturdy and smooth, and glide through the hair effortlessly - which is a task and a half for hairbrushes when it comes to my hair (having long hair, I'm prone to a few tangles)! I found brushing through with this a doddle and it made my hair look glossy, feeling soft and completely frizz-free. When blow drying, after I've used my barrel brush to create volume at the roots, I use this to tame the mid lengths and smooth down the rest of my hair. I'm a massive fan of big, voluminous hair and often curl my hair using a waving wand - I find using the brush creates the perfect base for my style - the waves come out much softer and smoother, much more professional looking and just generally in better condition.
The Green Apple scent is really great too - of course, it isn't strong enough to transfer to your hair but it makes for a really good little summery brush and has a cute little apple design to match - complete with a bright green anti-static pad. The scent hasn't disappeared since I've bought it, even through blow drying and styling wet hair - it smells just as fruity as it did when i received it. I'm really tempted to grab the 'Orange Tango' version too - although I already have the brush - I think it's such a great idea and being a beauty blogger, I have a tendency to collect things. It's also a fabulous little gift idea for any summer birthdays coming up - especially for fellow hair fanatics like myself. The brush also comes in 'Lemon Sherbet', 'Strawberry Shortcake' and 'Wild Dewberry' - and i believe Denman previously bought out a Coconut version which is right up my street!
The Limited Edition Denman Tutti Frutti brushes retail at £7.31 and you can grab them on the website, or from Boots (I've already been in to check out the rest of the range..) The head-hugger hot curl brushes look very promising too.
Have you tried any Denman brushes?
What would be your chosen Tutti Frutti Scent?