by Emily McBride
(last updated March 15, 2021)
Most likely, your hairbrush brushes through a lot of hair, hairspray, gel, mousse, conditioner, pomade, and whatever other hair products you use. These products build up residue in your brush. Yet, for most people, cleaning their brush is a chore they rarely think about doing. Having a clean hairbrush will help you to keep your hair looking nicer and cleaner.
Some brushes should not be soaked for a long time. If they are made of wood, the wood could warp. If they have a rubber cushion, the water can become trapped inside. Natural boar brushes will get ruined if you soak them in water as well. Instead of soaking it in the water, use a toothbrush with some mild soap and scrub the brush with it. Then, quickly rinse your brush under the sink. Dry your brush with a blow dryer. Washing a comb is much easier. Just fill the sink with warm, soapy water, and let the comb soak.
It's best to clean your brush once a week. If you clean it frequently, it will make it easier to clean each time. Cleaning your brush will help you keep your hair cleaner. Also, taking care of your brushes and combs will help them last longer.
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