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Healthy Hair Tip Number 1

How to correctly brush after washing your hair.



Hair is fragile and the last thing you want to do is damage it in the brushing process, as this can create split ends and cause the hair to lose its shine.

  • Start by slowly combing through the tangles created while washing your hair.

  • Use a wide toothed comb or a tangle teaser to avoid too much brushing as hair is fragile when wet.

  • It's best to comb out the ends first, then detangle a few inches higher repeatedly until you've done your whole length.


Remember to keep your comb clean and to wash it regularly, especially if you use product in your hair.


My team and I swear by the Airmotion brushes. We use these on all clients after washing their hair. The design is flawless in my opinion, one of the best on the market. My hair has been a dream to brush through after I wash my hair. I started using my air motion brush over 2 years ago I’ve never looked back.


We sell the Airmotion brushes and we stock the Pink currently. They cost £11.99 and are designed to give you smooth and silky hair. The Airmotion Hair Brush in pink features a unique Tri–Bristle configuration, which allows the brush to glide effortlessly through your locks to remove knots and tangles, whilst the AirShock absorption technology provides a contour-sensitive brushing experience.


Ergonomically shaped to fit the contours of your hand, the lightweight and perfectly balanced design is comfortable and easy to use. Water resistant, it can also be used in the shower to detangle without damaging your hair.




Top tip

Whether your hair is wet or dry, always brush from the ends to the mid lengths then lastly your roots. This avoids breakage and too much stress on your hair.


Happy healthy hair.


Hope you had a lovely day

Samantha


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