Maintain Your Mane Tool
Your Hair Will Thank You
Without regular cleaning, you’ll be depositing all that sour, damp, musty gunk back into your lettuce with every brush stroke, defeating the purpose of brushing in the first place.
While a clean brush will glide smoothly through the hair without that added resistance—a dirty brush is a real drag.
Timing Matters When Cleaning Your Hair Brush
It’s not only important to know how to clean your hair brush, but when to clean it as well.
Your scalp type (oily, average, or dry), activity levels, and the amount of hair products you use will determine how often you should clean your brush.
If your scalp is on the oily side, you sweat every day, or use a lot of products, you’ll want to clean your brush roughly once a week. If you’ve got a drier scalp or you rarely/never use hair products, you can get away with a deep clean every 2-3 weeks.
Some “Don’ts” Before The “Dos”
How to Clean Your Hair Brush
- A dirty, bad brush in need of some good, clean lovin’
- Wide-toothed comb
- Toothbrush (that you won’t put back in your mouth)
- Shampoo ( POWER CLEAN Clarifying Shampoo for extra credit )
- Alcohol spray or wipes
Brush With Confidence
Now that you’ve learned how to clean your hair brush, there’s no excuse for dragging gunky residue and buildup through your locks every day. Brush easy, and lay your head down on your pillow each night knowing you’re avoiding hair damage and breakage with a clean brush.
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