Spatual + Relaxer = Sprush!

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

the Sprush
"... The Sprush applicator is used for closer to the scalp precision highlighting and offers substantial savings and many benefits over the use of bristle brushes."
(source)
Have you guys heard of this product? My sister recently introduced me to it and I thought I'd share it with you all. I must admit its quite interesting and different. I normally use a rat tail comb (instead of a brush) to apply my relaxers. It works well, however; the teeth tend to get stuck in my roots from time to time. Also, the teeth occasionally dig into my scalp which scares the HECK out of me as I fear relaxer burns!

Here are some of the product promises:
  • Allows for total control of the chemical relaxer, reducing application time by as much as one-half.
  • Less back and forth motion and overlapping of product on already processed hair.
  • Better smoothing without damage to the cuticle.
  • Slimness of applicator tip allows product to be placed closer to scalp without actually touching the scalp.
  • Great for sensitive scalps.
  • The Sprush can be wiped clean at station, with no rinsing necessary.

Out of curiosity, I ordered one (TC2040 Gold, $6), just to try it out for my next relaxer!


We'll see how it goes :)


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10 comments

  1. Great timing with this post! I made up my mind yesterday to purchase a sprush for my next touch up. I used a color applicator brush to apply my last relaxer and it went well but the bristles kept bending. I can't wait to try out the sprush.

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  2. I have almost all the different types, but I haven't used them that often. The times that I have, I must say that I liked them. I tend to use the light blue one, its one of the bigger ones when applying my conditioner. Good luck with yours and hoping for a review soon :)

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  3. @Jenijen - Really? Nice! Glad to hear I'm not the only one :) LOL

    @Lilian - Cool. Thanks for the mini review. I can't wait to try it out now!

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  4. I REALLY need this in my life, thanks so much for posting. I either use the back of a rattail comb or the spatula (popsicle stick) that comes in the relaxer to mix it with. This seems like it would be perfect and $6 is a great price. Thx for sharing!

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  5. @EbonyCPrincess - Your welcome!! That's what I was thinking. For the price? You might as well try it. If it works, great! If not, oh well. At least it wasn't expensive :)

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  6. Looks interesting, can't wait for you to do a review. I usually use a craft stick that looks like a wide Popsicle stick or a hair dye brush (it looks like a brush with a rat tail end). If it can reduce the application time & overlapping the relaxer, then I am going to get one.

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    1. My point exactly. I'll be using it for my next relaxer so I hope it works out well. I'll keep you posted :)

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  7. Great post! I'll be checking this out for my next relaxer and also keeping an eye out for your review :)

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  8. @Tai Harris - Thanks hun! It should arrive in the mail soon :)

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  9. I have the gold and the turquoise one. I love it. It really helps me to get the wavy look when I texlax with consistent results. it also allows me to loose less hair while relaxing bc there is no hair being pulled. I apply relaxer with the turquoise one and smooth with the gold one. I could never see myself self relaxing without them. I also believe it cuts down my time for application, leaving me with more time for smoothing. I'm sure you'll love it. Be sure to update us.

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