No matter how often you clean your hairbrush, there always seems to be hair build-up left on the bristles. This can be a breeding ground for bacteria, so it’s important to clean your brush regularly.
Cleaning your hairbrush is a simple task, but it’s one that many people forget to do. Not only does cleaning your hairbrush help keep your hair healthy, but it can also help prevent the spread of bacteria and other unwanted organisms. We’ll provide a few simple tips for cleaning your hairbrush in this post. Then, keep reading to learn more!
How to clean a hairbrush in easy steps?
There are a few simple ways to clean a hairbrush. One way is to soak the hairbrush in diluted shampoo or soap and water. Another way is to use a toothbrush to clean the bristles of the hairbrush. A third way is to use a vacuum cleaner to remove the hair from the hairbrush.
It is important to clean a hairbrush regularly, especially if used daily. Otherwise, the build-up of hair and products can cause the brush to become stained and smelly. Cleaning a hairbrush also helps to keep the bristles soft and tangle-free.
One easy way to clean a hairbrush is to soak it in diluted shampoo or soap and water. First, fill a bowl with enough shampoo and water to submerge the hairbrush bristles. Then, place the dirty hairbrush in the bowl and leave it there for about 30 minutes.
Afterward, remove the shampoo or soap and water mixture and rinse it under clean running water. Allow the brush to dry completely before using it again. This method is best used when cleaning a smooth metal or plastic brush.
What is the best way to clean a hairbrush?
We’ve all been there trying to clean out our hairbrushes at some point or another. You know it’s important, but, well, you just can’t be bothered. There are two ways to go about this: tedious and quick. The first thing you’re going to want to try is taking it outside or into the shower with you while your hair is still damp (don’t bother washing your hair first). Now that your hair is worked up in a tangled mass on top of your head, take the bristles of the brush between your thumb and index finger and start brushing forward from the base of the handle toward the tip until everything comes loose—you may have to work back through more than once to get out all the gunk. To go about it quickly, find a tabletop with a flat edge and brush all the hair off in one quick swipe.
To keep your hairbrush from getting gunky in the first place, try to wash it every other month or so (or more often if you use your comb or brush after applying styling products that can rust your tools). For small brushes, just shampooing is fine; for larger ones, mix some shampoo with water and pour it into the palm of your hand before scrubbing. Next, rinse well under cold running water and dry on its side on a towel to prevent any remaining moisture loosening new bristles. Now go forth and flaunt those clean tresses!