Are you replacing your hairbrush regularly enough? Majority of people wouldn’t think there was an expiry date but there sure is!
How to tell your hairbrush needs replacing?
There are a few easy giveaways like when bristles have split or the protective bubbles have fallen off the ends. After a good 6-12 months not only is there a build up of bacteria and old hair strands, if you look close enough you will be able to notice a build up of hair products like sprays and gels. You wouldn’t brush your teeth with a dirty toothbrush so why would you do it to your hair?
You can extend the life of your brushes by using the end of a fine tooth comb to remove old hair strands and soaking your brushes in bi-carb soda once a week to remove any excess
hair product and bacteria. The other most important way to get a full lifespan out of your brush is to use the right type for you. There is no point clogging up a brush meant for fine hair when you have thick coarse hair.
Hair Brush Guide
Natural Bristles – For all hair types
Mixed Bristles – Normal to thick hair
Paddle Brush – For straight hair
Round Brush – For blowouts
Metal Brush – To create curls
Vented Brush – To create curls
Wide tooth comb – To detangle hair
Fine tooth comb – To smooth hair or tease
So today being busy catching up on things around the house and with the business I needed a quick comfortable outfit that was practical for everything I had planned to do.My light cotton high neck top is from Valley Girl Fashion RRP $15 AUD paired with some cute high waisted shorts I purchased in Sydney made by the brand Avacado RRP $30 AUD. The outfit was so comfortable I managed to do my morning Yoga stretches in it! This outfit could easily be worn to a lunch with girlfriends paired with some wedges or a festival if worn with a cap and converse. This top would also look fab with high waisted jeans and wedges.
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