When is the last time you cleaned your hair brush?

This is one of those disgusting but important things to do every couple of months. I take you step by step and show you how to clean your hair brush using a fine tooth comb. It is important to do this to extend the life of your brushes. I give you the example of a regular brush and a round brush in the link below!

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Anna M

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  • Rosalie M
    on Jan 4, 2014

    I clean my brushes as Anna does, on a regular basis. I take it another step by spraying them with one of my bathroom cleaners to remove the build up of hair spray and shampoo on the bristles. I spray, massage it through, rinse and let dry. Cleaning last several months. I also use the spray cleaner on the comb I used to clean the brushes.

  • Ruth Nederlk
    on May 26, 2014

    Soak in plastic glass in windex or ammonia .Use comb to run through brushes and get hair out. Works great.

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