By using your brush twice a day, it will quickly accumulate dirt and especially excess sebum (for keratin fiber brushes). If it is not cleaned regularly, it will end up redistributing the oil or dirt accumulated on its fibers on your hair, which can make it look dirty.
• After each use, remove hair from your brush using an Altesse Studio cleaning brush or your hand.
• Once a week, clean the fibers of your brush thoroughly.
HOW? 'OR' WHAT ?
4 steps and 1 minute are enough to clean your hairbrush:
• Step 1: Fill your sink with lukewarm water, add a dab of shampoo and lather
• Step 2: Submerge the bristles of the brush. The right move? Form an 8 in the water to soak the fibers well (repeat 4 times)
• Step 3: Rinse the nylon fibers or boar bristles with clear water, then wrap the bristles with a towel, applying light pressure, to remove excess water
• Step 4: Drying
- for keratin fiber brushes: let your brush dry on a flat surface, bristles down and away from any heat source.
- for nylon fiber brushes: let your fiber brush dry downwards by raising your head with a rolled up towel placed under the handle of the brush.
Take care of your brush to take care of your hair
Much more than an everyday accessory, your hairbrush is a real care product that will beautify your hair. To maintain its "magical" detangling action or its care action, it is advisable to clean and maintain your brush well.