I bought a Conair hairbrush that immediately got so stuck in my hair, that I had to call a friend, who it took 3+ hours to remove. I tried using conditioner, oils, eggs, and even butter to lubricate it. I am already suffering from hair loss, and this hairbrush yanked out a lot more. Because of this, I missed out on a $200 gig. It was quite traumatic, actually, and I'm still very upset about the incident. I've kept the slimy, hairy brush in a plastic bag as "evidence." Now I wonder if I could be compensated for costs of the hairbrush, materials used to removed it, and the payment for the work I missed out on because of it. Thanks for your help.
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