brush hair when it is dry. Brushing wet hair causes the end to
brush hang your head down and brush away from the head first.
brushing tilt your head forward. This increases the blood supply
to the head and stimulates the hair.
distributes the hair's natural oils along the hair length.
hair needs a softer brush which does not scratch the head.
thick long hair needs a bigger brush with stiffer bristles.
of curly hair needs a narrow brush with a longish rectangular
head and bristles widely spaced in groups.
use a sharp teethed brush. They tear the hair apart.
a comb in which the teeth are widely spaced for thick hair and
for combing wet hair.
easiest way to comb out knots (tangled hair) is to start at the
ends and work gradually upwards.
or comb hair thoroughly to loosen dirt and dead skin cells from
the head. Wet the hair with the spray, so the underneath layers as
well as the top once are saturated with water
a small amount - a teaspoon of shampoo in a little water. Mix it
to get a diluted mixture.
this diluted shampoo gently into the roots with the fingertips,
covering the whole of the head.
the flat surface of the hand, work that shampoo into the bulk of
the hair over the top layers.
with water until shampoo has been completely washed off. Repeat
the sequence if necessary.
shampooing wrap your hair in a towel and allow this to soak up
the excess moisture.
up of water by towel is better because vigorous drying with a
towel is harmful as it tends to snap the hair more easily, ends
split more quickly and the hair becomes very stretchy.
about 10 minutes remove the towel and comb the hair gently.
upwards go towards the head (root of the hair). If the hair is
combed from the head downwards, tangles will build up on the way
down and will reach the tugging stage very quickly