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Friday, November 14, 2014

Don’t Use That Gunky Brush! Tips For Cleaning Your Hair Tools

Don't Use That Gunky Brush! Tips For Cleaning Your Hair Tools
Sooooo you just gonna brush your hair with that greasy Denman? Don't you see your flexirods have curly hair stuck to it?? I know you trying to be cute...but your flat iron has sticky brown crap on the side of it!!!

Well, I'm really talking to myself, but I know I'm not the only one who uses un-clean hair tools. I'm not embarrassed (but I should be ashamed of myself smh). Sometimes I do go ahead and detangle my hair with my hairy Denman or I set my hair with clips that have product build up on them. I know DISGUSTING! But hey, I'm not here to judge...I'm here to get on your butt to clean your hair tools!!!

C'mon now! What's the point of pampering your tresses by cleaning and deep conditioning if you are just gonna use your dirty hair tools to do your hair? There's really no point at all...look at that! There is your motivation to clean your stuff.



Check out my contributing article on Black Hair Information: Don't Use That Gunky Brush! Tips For Cleaning Your Hair Tools  for simple tips to clean your:
  • Brushes (denman, stylers, paddle, boar bristle, rubber cushion, roller)
  • Combs (wide tooth, rat tail, Afro pick, teasing)
  • Hot tools (blow dryer, curling iron, flat iron)
  • Hair Accessories (rollers, hair ties, clips, pins)
  • ALL HAIR TOOLS!!!
You will get all you need to clean your hair tools and be on your way for a healthy hair journey!




Are there any hair tools you would just throw away instead of clean? Comment below



Natural hair says: cleaning your hair tools are really simple to do Yes, it can be a pain and more like a dire chore to clean them, but making a habit out of cleaning your hair tools regularly will be better for the health of your hair.



Always Desire Your Natural,





Christina J



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