Cleaning your hairbrushes doesn’t have to be a big chore if you do it often enough. Here are my tips for cleaning your hairbrushes and how often you should clean them.
Daily maintenance of your hairbrushes should take no more than 2 minutes tops. All you have to do is run a rattail comb through it to get all the hair out. Don’t have a rattail comb? Use a pen, pencil, or anything that will get in between those bristles.
Use a pen, pencil, or anything that will get in between those bristles. Grab the hair that surfaces and toss it in the trash. Doing this daily will not only keep your brush from gathering clumps of hair, but it will also make it much easier to perform a deep clean on it when needed.
Deep cleaning your hairbrush is something I recommend doing once a month. This step is also really easy to do, especially if you’re keeping up with Step 1 daily. Here’s the simple four step process for deep cleaning your hairbrushes:
That’s all folks! How easy was that?! Regular maintenance on your hairbrushes will help them last longer and perform better.
And if I’m being quite honest, how gross is it when you go to grab your hairbrush and there’s old hair sticking out of it everywhere?? And all that white stuff that sticks to the bristles….ya, that’s going right back into your hair.
Trust me, cleaning your hairbrush on a regular basis really isn’t that hard as long as you keep up with it!