Carly Wilder Hair Brushes December 27th, 2017 - 10:34:33
A friend once asked me back when I had hair, "How do you know which hair brush is the right one for you?" I never really thought about it. Over the years Ive tried several types of brushes, combs and such and just simply stuck with what felt good on my scalp and left my hair looking and feeling healthy, but not frizzy. So I thought I would check it out and see for myself which commonly available hairbrushes offer the best protection and the most ease of use. In order to carry healthy, manageable hair throughout your life, you need to learn and practice the following tips early in life and never forget them. The main goal is to protect and prevent your hair from being damaged.
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Brush and comb your hair as infrequently and as gently as possible (Your fingers will do the trick). Do not use a brush on your hair when it is wet and start with a wide-toothed comb first. Be sure not to over-brush dry hair. Never twist, tousle or wring your hair dry in a towel, but instead squeeze it dry gently using your hands. If your hair maintains a lot of static, it could be due to dry weather, dry indoor air or a fine hair type. However, you can also get static if your brush has plastic bristles or tines. In this instance, switch to a natural bristle brush or mist hair spray on the brush and restyle. Handle your hair as little as possible. Avoid direct sun exposure and dont over do coloring or perms.