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How to Remove Hair Stuck in Comb

Hold the comb by its handle and gently pull out the hair using your fingers, starting from the end opposite the handle. Use scissors to cut the hair or a toothpick to loosen it for tighter tangles. Soak the comb in warm water with shampoo or dish soap, then scrub with a toothbrush to remove the remaining hair and residue. Rinse and air dry. Regularly remove hair after each use to prevent build-up. Handle the comb gently to avoid damage.

Can You Comb Wet Hair?

You can comb wet hair, but it's more fragile and prone to breakage. Use a wide-tooth comb, start from the tips to the roots, and be gentle. Consider a detangling spray for easier combing and avoid using regular brushes on wet hair to reduce breakage.

How to Use a Wet Brush for Curly Hair

Ensure your curly hair is wet or damp before using a Wet Brush. Apply conditioner or a detangling product for easier brushing. Divide your hair into sections, then gently brush starting from the tips and working up to the roots. After detangling, rinse and style. The Wet Brush is designed for minimal pulling, but always handles curls gently.

Should You Brush Curly Hair?

While it's typically not recommended to brush curly hair when it's dry, as it can lead to frizz and disrupt the curl pattern, brushing is acceptable when detangling wet or damp curls using a suitable brush, like a wide-tooth comb or a brush designed for curly hair. Many people with curly hair prefer to detangle during or after applying conditioner in the shower for added slip. Always start from the tips and work your way to the roots, being gentle to prevent breakage.