The one thing I have yet to master is a blow dry. With a load of thick hair, it takes forever. Add in a lack of coordination and arm muscles, and you’ll see my problem. I was then introduced to the D-tach brush and had high hopes.
Here’s the premise: it’s a round brush with a detachable roller that you can leave in your hair to help the curl set. Sounds great, right? Well, I like to stay positive and only feature products that I really love, but this one was a slight disappointment. I’ve tried it a few times now and I either seem to be doing something wrong or it just doesn’t work.
Pros: It’s lightweight and has ion technology to give you more conditioned, smooth hair. The magnet is strong, so you don’t have to worry about the roller popping off on its own.
Cons: For one, the bristles scared me. They were a little too rough for my already damaged hair. Secondly, the roller wouldn’t stay in my hair after I detached it. Next, you have to have multiple brushes to finish the blowdry in a timely manner. Since I only had one brush to try, it took more than 30 minutes to finish. And lastly, the brush got caught in my hair a few times.
Overall, I think it would be a good choice if you have thick, course hair that can take some tough love. I also think this is a product for someone more experienced in blow dries. For a novice like myself, it was too overwhelming.
Would you try the d-tach brush?