We all need to remove hair from our hair brush and combs, right? But, since using the technique and tools describe underneath, I’ve had way less hair to remove from my hair brush and comb after brushing.
Hope these tips can help you too!
Be careful when you brush wet hair
Hair is especially susceptible to breakage when it's wet. If you absolutely must get some knots out post-shower, make sure to use a brush that will go easy on your strands.
Using a Tangle Teezer or Wet Brush will be a good idea. Also note that the technique is just as important as the tool. Start gently brushing from the ends and gradually work your way up. And don't just brush the top layer — brush the hair underneath as well. If traditional brushes aren't for you, opt for a wide-toothed comb instead.
I personally use a wide-toothed comb when I start off brushing. As it has a smoothing effect on your hair, you will also find your wet hair will be easier to comb and handle when using a proper hair treatment or hair care spray.
P.S. If you have not done so yet, check out the questions and answers as well as the “Hair Growth Challenge” short video here
Until next time