Hair brushes can get into a tangled mess but really are so easy to clean and much better for a little attention. This is especially true if you have long hair.
- 1 hairbrush
- Warm water with Castile soap
Cut the hair down both sides of the hairbrush (if round) or just across the flat brush surface. If very matted cut a number of times thought the hair so you can pull out easily without damaging the bristles.
Once all the hair has been pulled out, it is time to wash off the dust and left over hair products. Your best bet is warm water and a splash of Castile soap.
Gently wash the brush and rinse under water once finished. This will keep your brushes working better and also keep your hair cleaner. Don't forger to dry the brush with your hair drier once your have finished.