When it comes to the question of which comb is the right one for you, the length of your hair is not decisive.
The right toothing is crucial so that you feel comfortable when combing and the comb is gentle on the scalp and hair.
Use the following tips to find your ideal, individual combing technique:
- The longer your hair, the more likely it is that knots will form
Avoid tangles and tangles in your hair by starting at the bottom and combing strand by strand first the bottom third of the hair, then the bottom two thirds of the hair and then the hair from the roots to the ends.
- To protect your hair, please comb your hair before washing it or brush it with a boar bristle brush to care for your hair. Dandruff is gently removed from the hair and the body's own hair fat is distributed in the dry areas of the hair.
You can find more information about grooming hairbrushes here:
100 brush strokes daily
- Please comb wet hair with coarser teeth than dry hair. As wet hair is more delicate and prone to breakage, please avoid using excessive force and comb as loosely as possible.
Please do not brush your wet hair.
With the large surface of the brush, you put significantly more force on your hair and the hair is more likely to be pulled out or broken.
Combing technique tip for fine hair:
The choice of shampoo, hair soap and care products is very important for healthy fine hair. It must not be too greasy or contain surfactants.
Combing your hair 2-3x a day means sorting and aligning your hair and us 2-3x a day and bringing fresh energy into our bodies.
If a leave-in conditioner, a blend of aloe vera gel and apricot kernel oil conditioner, or an acidic conditioner with vinegar or lemon juice feels good, give your hair the conditioner and comb through your hair with the conditioner and let your hair air dry.