Health and Beauty
By Lisa Lach
Half the problem of
getting the right style and preventing damage is the type of hairbrush
you use. Most damage happens when the hair is wet, and if you detangle
with a steel comb, you are probably making most of the damage yourself.
Do you have curly hair and no matter how your straighten it, you always
have a wave? Here are some Hair-Brush Solutions.
When combing wet hair
use a big tooth come and detangle your hair from end to root. Try not
to touch the root at all.
For short hair use a
Paddington brush with soft protective bristles as you shape and blow
dry your hair to your sought after look.
If you need to tease
your hair for a little height, use a pick.
For medium length
straight hair, use a Paddle Brush with soft protective bristles to
help you comb out and blow dry your hair.
For medium length wavy
bobs use extra large round brush to blow out the kinks and curls.
For longhair past your
shoulders use a thick, loose toothed brushed or a big round ceramic
brush to help you blow dry you long hair straight. Flip the ends out
if you want to be a little sassy with the same brush, creating two
Look good, feel better!