Get The Best Hairbrush on the Planet ~ @KnotGenie {G!VEAWAY}

As far as I am concerned, the Knot Genie is THE BEST HAIRBRUSH on the planet! I am not kidding!

I wrote up a review of it this summer so be sure to check out what we had to say!

The Knot Genie has saved many tears and screaming! It is easy to use and it works!

It is Back to School time which means back to school time morning routines. Don’t you wish that the “getting your child’s hair ready” part of the routine was full of happiness? It can be with the Knot Genie! You can brush a head full of bed head knots in a short period of time with absolutely NO struggle!

If you would like a chance to win a Knot Genie for your family, please enter the Rafflecopter form below. Please be patient while the form loads.

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43 Responses to Get The Best Hairbrush on the Planet ~ @KnotGenie {G!VEAWAY}

  1. Faa says:

    Spray water on to make it a little wet.

    polo_wataga at yahoo dot com

  2. My boys are pretty easy to care for, and my little girl is a touch too young to experience her hair being done (8 weeks!). But, when I was doing my nieces and sister’s hair when I was younger, water with a touch of conditioner in it worked great. This brush looks like it would have taken most of the struggles away however! Would love this on hand before my littlest requires it, so she knows of nothing else;)

  3. My kids just got hair and I don’t yet have a brush…

    Thanks for making this open to Canadians.
    Besos, Sarah
    Zookeeper at Journeys of The Zoo
    journeysofthezoo at hotmail dot com

  4. Skees says:

    We use a tea tree oil spray in the mornings on the hair & any hats to help reduce the chances of unwelcomes pests coming home.

  5. C ssm says:

    Allow more time. Don’t leave everything to the last minute.

  6. Shari G says:

    My tip? Buzz it off, or cut it super short….but of course I have boys 😉

  7. saskmom says:

    For me it would be getting it cut to a reasonable length to make it more manageable.

  8. MarianU says:

    My tip: A short boys haircut works great. Not sure what I will do with my daughter but I like reading the tips.

  9. MarianU says:

    My tip: A short boys haircut works great. Not sure what I will do with my daughter but I like reading the tips.

  10. leanne_mac says:

    We’re always spray it with a water bottle before combing it

    leannemacg at gmail.com

  11. NenaS says:

    Have regular trims to keep hair healthy and more manageable

  12. I FIND THE BEST WAY IS TO START THE NIGHT BEFORE EITHER PUT THE HAIR IN A BRAID OR BUN OR PONY TAIL ON TOP OF HER HEAD WITH A SATIN SCRUNCHIE THE TRICK IS GETTING THEM TO DO IT.!-THANKS!

  13. gibberish says:

    My granddaughter’s hair is extremely curly & gets tangled very easily. We have a detangler spray that works wonders, but the Knot Genie sounds like it would be a fantastic addition to our routine.
    My rafflecopter name is Julie G.

  14. Jennifer says:

    I homeschool so it isn’t a real big issue. But my daughter has recently gone from using the kiddy body wash/shampoo and is now using my shampoo and conditioner. It helps with the tangles when she brushes her hair after her shower.

  15. Nancy Tch says:

    Both of my DDs have super curly hair. We braid it at night to help keep some of the knots out. In the morning it’s a quick spary with water and some leave in conditioner before brushing.

  16. josiefiorda says:

    I use leave in conditioner. Spray a bit on and the knots usually come out pretty good

  17. Mystic Misha says:

    A lot of hair ‘food’ and large assortment of bands.

  18. Heidi says:

    pony tails every day

  19. Gemma says:

    We always use detangling spray!

  20. Olivia L says:

    Not yet as eldest is 2, but I have noticed her hair is starting to get long enough to tangle. Yikes! Loving all the tips here.

  21. lelalacc says:

    it’s all about pony tails or handbands – keeping hair off the face and neatly pulled back

    entering in rafflecopter as jen s.

  22. Samorjj says:

    For thick hair that knots easy, use satin pillowcases.
    (entered as jennifer)

  23. Flo says:

    Have to wet it before trying to brush.

  24. Flo says:

    Have to wet it before trying to brush.

  25. Tina L. says:

    when we don’t have time (most mornings), we clip it back or ponytails.

    tinalee351 at gmail dot com

  26. flowerchild says:

    I always get it wet before I style it
    thanks
    flower_child_23(at)hotmail(dot)com

  27. Erika E says:

    I have a spray bottle that I fill with water and I add a little conditioner to it. It helps with static.

  28. I get my little guys hair cut short do it styles better and also I wet it to style it too!

  29. Jonnie (JB) says:

    For girls, braids are a nice way to keep the hair neat while at school and they look great

  30. Amy C says:

    My girls like to have their hair braided at night before they go to bed. When they wake up in the morning they take the braids out. Their hair is curly and very easy to brush because they have no knots.

  31. marbles999 says:

    Make sure she doesn’t try to brush her hair with a comb in the opposite direction.

  32. Chelsea Ling says:

    i have boys so its pretty simple

  33. no ticks here – but would love to try this brush on my girls curly hair – being a straight haired chick myself I really am at a loss with how to manage those golden locks!

  34. tobyhir says:

    When in doubt, throw them in a ponytail! 🙂

  35. I just keep it simple, either a ponytail or loose hair – no fancy accessories to lose.

    Carmen Q

  36. I just keep it simple – a ponytail or loose hair with no fancy accessories in it to lose

    Carmen Q

  37. I don’t have any tips…I just make the best of it.

    jmbarata21@hotmail.com

  38. Angela M says:

    My daughter and I both have really knotted hair. We find a ponytail to be the easiest morning hair solution.

  39. Bernice06 says:

    I always use a spray bottle cuz my girls have curly hair and when the hair is wet its easier to comb I’ve been watching youtube to learn how to do easy hair styles like the twist braid and a fishtail braid

  40. The secret is tons of conditioner and brushing as soon as she gets out of the bat or shower.

  41. if its a girl and they keep it clean and combed then treat them to hairbands and pretty things for their hair buttttt if they dont want to let you wash it or comb it…then cut it lol. but a spray bottle to help flatten it in the early morning rush of going to school

  42. Marlene Blom says:

    Tying her hair back when she is doing activities really helps.

  43. Tasha W says:

    Using a hair serum works wonders at targeting frizz!

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