How You Are Stretching Your Hair And Breaking It! by Grace Provan - Musely
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How You Are Stretching Your Hair And Breaking It!

posted in Beauty > Hair
12/14/2014
  • Brushing your wet hair with a hair brush is a big no no. Instead of using a brush use a comb.
    Brushing your wet hair with a hair brush is a big no no. Instead of using a brush use a comb.
  • The reason for this is that brushing wet hair with a brush stretches the hair causing it to break very easy. Easy breakages means that hair becomes unruly and to be honest ugly. This does not make hair longer and stronger it makes it weak.
    The reason for this is that brushing wet hair with a brush stretches the hair causing it to break very easy. Easy breakages means that hair becomes unruly and to be honest ugly. This does not make hair longer and stronger it makes it weak.

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