So many people deal with hair tangling and want to know the best way to detangle hair. In our experience on the creative side, we’ve seen tons of clients using hair brushes all the wrong way. Most clients start from the scalp area and brush the entire strand’s length when detangling but here are a few great tips on proper hair brushing for the best results and to help reduce breakage or damage.
HERE ARE OUR TOP TIPS:
- Use a flat paddle brush (not a comb, nor boar bristle brush) when detangling.
- Be sure your paddle brush has a cushion base for flexibility and a more comfortable brushing process
- Fine-tipped bristles help move through hair much better than hard/thicker bristles
- Finger-divide your hair into 4-5 different sections and work one section at a time. Finger parting or sectioning helps loosen hair and provides a light detangle as you’re working in this manner. We often separate into 6-8 different sections just to get better sectioning results
- Start at the ends of each section and work your way UP to the scalp area as you brush – rather than starting at the scalp and brushing all the way down. If you start at the scalp area first, you’re just pushing tangles onto tangles – which makes the situation even worse.
- If you have longer hair, we recommend braiding hair before bedtime to prevent matting or tangling during the night
In our experience many people experience tangling in the back of the hair because it’s an area often overlooked. Excessive tangling can lead to breakage, discomfort, and unruly hair so be sure you take care of those tresses by using the GLOSS & TOSS WET/DRY BRUSH for overall hair care.
Remember to order GLOSS & TOSS SHINE SERUM online at our Amazon store by CLICKING HERE!
THE GLOSS & TOSS WET/DRY BRUSH WILL BE AVAILABLE THIS FALL AT YOUR FAVORITE RETAILERS.
We look forward to speaking to you soon.