Comb brushes with hair, isolated on white

Do you clean your hair brushes? You should. While you might clean the hair out, few people properly clean their brushes. Cleaning hair out of the brush is only the first step to clean hair tools. Clean brushes produce shinier hair, better blowouts, and easier styling. Just think about this: All of the products you use, and all of your natural sebum oils, go onto the brush. If you never clean it you keep putting the build up back into your hair. Click the notes for how to get brushes like new. –– Kelly Rowe

What you will need: Wide Toothed Comb, Daily Shampoo, Baking Soda, A Basic Dish Scrubber Brush

Step: Using your comb remove all excess hair in your brushes.

Step: Fill a sink of with hot water, a decent amount of daily shampoo, and a ½ teaspoon of baking soda.

Step: Toss your brushes in and let them soak for 5-10 minutes.

Step: Now using your dish scrubber, scrub the brushes. Make sure you heavily scrub the barrels of the brushes. Rinse each brush with hot water.

Step: Lay brushes out on clean towel to air dry.

Step: ENJOY your like new brushes.

 By Kelly Rowe. Kelly Rowe is a professional hair stylist in NYC and a regular contributer to Style Noted.

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