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The wide tooth comb is much less damaging and harsh on your wet locks. … The wider the teeth of the Wide Tooth Comb, the less damaging it is to your hair. This said, remember that all hair is vulnerable and fragile when wet, so comb it with care, applying gentle brushes. Never attack the knots with your brush or comb.
Plugged In Wide Tooth Pastel Comb separates hair without combing out any body. This Wide Tooth Combevenly distributes conditioner through wet hair while easily detangling without causing split ends or damage.
A damage double-whammy: Hair is weakest when it’s wet, and wet hair is more prone to tangling. To prevent shower-induced snarls, give your hair a brush before hopping in. If you like to comb in the shower, apply conditioner, untangle strands with yourfingers, then use a wide-toothed comb before rinsing.
Are Combs bad for your hair?
Neither is true. In fact, brushing causes friction on hair, leading to cuticle damage and breakage, which makes hair lusterless and frizzy, says Mirmirani. Brush your hairminimally (only to detangle or style), and use the right tools — a Wide Tooth Comb or a paddle brush with ball-tipped, plastic bristles
What should I look for in a comb?
Choose a comb with the right bristles and right amount. Try to find a comb that does not cause damage and has at least more than a 100 bristles.
Test each comb.
Even just getting hair wet can lead to more breakage! When hair becomes wet, the shaft swells, resulting in hair that is more elastic and easier to break. In addition, shampoos can sometimes work too well, removing the oils your hair naturally produces resulting in hair that looks dull and dry
Does combing hair help it grow?
Additionally, brushing your hair stimulates blood flow to the scalp, which helps bring more nutrients to follicles to promote hair growth. … Brushing your hair regularly with a boar-bristle brush moisturizes strands, making them less prone to breakage, and thus will help hair to grow longer.
You Might Clog Your Shower Drain
When you brush and loosen your hair, strands definitely come out on your brush, but when you don’t brush your hair, the natural hair you lose everyday will buildup and come out in the shower drain. Don’t be alarmed, it’s normal to lose 50-100 strands a day.
What is Uncombable hair syndrome?
Uncombable hair syndrome is a condition that is characterized by dry, frizzy hair that cannot be combed flat. This condition develops in childhood, often between infancy and age 3, but can appear as late as age 12. Affected children have light-colored hair, described as blond or silvery with a glistening sheen
Which type of comb is best for hair?
Use a Wide Tooth Comb or a brush with wide-set, thin and natural bristles set in a rubber cushion for increased flexibility. They can help you gently remove snarls and detangle without yanking on your roots. Use the right brush for dry hair. A pure boar-bristle brush is the gold standard if you have dry hair.
Comb made from high quality PP, full comb is smooth and delicate, comfortable handle is ergonomics and will relax your hands; handgrip with hanging hole, you can hang it at any where.
This Wide-Tooth Hair Comb is anti-Static, chemical and heat resistant, ideal for use whilst shampooing or for combing conditioners and treatments; fit for wavy, frizz-prone hair or straight hair and all hair style.
Professional wide brush comb with round angle teeth, easy to detangle the messy hair, round teeth will glide smoothly without hurting the scalp, improve blood circulation and reduce hair loss, dandruff, headache.
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