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Jennifer Aniston uses this brush on her famous locks, and it's over 40% off at Amazon's Big Spring Sale

Very few people have caused worldwide frenzies with their hair. Farrah Fawcett kickstarted a generation of flippy shag cuts with her famous swimsuit poster in 1976; Justin Bieber set millions of tweenage hearts aflutter with his "Bieber Cut" in the mid-2000s; and most recently, the blunt bob has made a comeback, with the likes of Halle Berry and Sydney Sweeney sporting the chop in recent red carpet appearances. But perhaps no one has experienced the world's absolute fixation on their hair quite like Jennifer Aniston has, especially when she debuted "The Rachel" on Friends in 1994. We've been fascinated by Jen's hair — and how she takes care of it — ever since.

So when we see her trusting certain products and tools with her mega-famous mane, we take notice. We recently caught the icon using one particular brush on her hair in an Instagram clip demonstrating her Lolavie haircare line: the Wet Brush Brush Pro Flex Dry Brush, currently on sale at Amazon's Big Spring Sale for a sweet $9, down from $15.

The open-slat paddle of this brush helps it stay flexible, adapting to the specific contours of your scalp without pulling at the hair.

$12 at Amazon
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Why is this a good deal?

Thanks to the Amazon Big Spring Sale, this brush has been marked down by over 40% — making it a super-reasonable $9 (down from $15). A celeb-beloved beauty tool for under ten bucks? That's definitely some savings we can get behind!

Why do I need this?

I, too, am a Wet Brush devotee, but you don't have to trust me on the brush's greatness — Jennifer Aniston uses one to keep her luxe locks happy and healthy. Specifically, the Wet Brush Brush Pro Flex Dry Brush, which features open slats on the paddle to keep the brush flexible. This helps the brush contour to your scalp, reducing the amount of snags and tangles and helping to loosen any knots without contributing to breakage. Check out how she used the Wet Brush in this Instagram video:

Using a $9 brush on one of the most famous locks in the world? You know it has to be good!

This brush works best on wetter hair, as it is also one heckuva detangler. And you can use it all throughout your post-shower styling: the Wet Brush's HeatFlex bristles and open-vented design help cut down on drying time, too.

Jennifer Aniston
If Jen trusts her famous mane with the Wet Brush, we do, too. (Getty Images)

What reviewers say

Me and Jennifer aren't the only fans of the Wet Brush — more than 14,500 Amazon shoppers have given the hairstyling hero a stylish five-star rating. Much of the brush's raves revolve around its innovative design: "An ingenious design lets the bristles of this brush move easily in every direction, to work gently through tangles," said one shopper.

Another agreed, musing, "It’s so lightweight and has some bend ability to it. Really glides through your hair with no problems. I’ve owned two of these and they have lasted without breaking. Cuts down on the drying time — won’t use any other brush after discovering the flex brush."

"I was surprised of the quality of this brush," confessed a five-star fan. "Sturdy but flexible and gentle on tangled hair. As many as I've tried, this one is a keeper. A nice bonus is the color variety, too."

Many reviewers noted their hair suffered a lot less breakage when using this brush. "This brush detangles my hair quickly and easily without any pulling or breakage," shared one. Another reviewer added, "This brush is perfect for my long hair, which gets tangled. This brush is good at getting the tangles out without yanking hair out."

However, some did say that, due to the flexible design, the brush may be more prone to breaking itself: "I got another for a backup because they do wear out after a while and will break, but they are still the best detangling brush that I've found," said one user.

Jennifer's specific style of Wet Brush was closer to this 'Teal Ombre' shade, not currently on sale but still a great deal at $10!

$9 at Amazon

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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