I don't know about you, but I have difficulty grasping things. I've just gotten a new hairbrush and wanted to share how great it is! The Conair gel grip has helped me so much. It has a soft gel cushion around the whole handle and the brush comes in several shapes and sizes. The paddle part has a soft cushion too, so I don't have to worry about brushing too hard! I used to drop my brush on my foot all the time(that hurts!) and now I don't. It's just a little way that my life is better. I hope it makes your life better too.
That's a link to the brush on walmart's website.
OMG you beat me to the punch. I got that brush 2 days ago and the difference is amazing. I don't drop it! It is like those gel things that you put in your shoes but all around the brush and much thicker. It is great if you have a habbit of dropping things like I do. Love it love it love it!
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