BLACK FRIDAY CLICK HERE & GET 30% OFF SENT STRAIGHT TO YOUR PHONE

HOW TO MAINTAIN YOUR BRUSHES?

HOW TO MAINTAIN YOUR WOODEN WAVE BRUSHES

We been asked how to maximize the life of a wave brushes so here are some tips to keep you from spending on brush after brush.

 

If your brush is wooden do not submerge your brush in water!

Try not put brush in your pocket, book bag or luggage for long periods of time without covering it with its cloth bag or putting it in a small case; doing so will flatten/weaken the bristles.

Do not shower brush with a wooden brush or rarely shower with it.

* Curve Brushes: Take extra precaution when coming into contact with water; due to the curved shape of the wood, curve brushes are at more risk of cracking when water enters the bristle hole. It is a natural occurrence when water makes contract with wood.

·White/Blonde bristles are more fragile and weaker than black bristles, therefore, extra care needs to be applied.

DO NOT use blonde bristle brushes to brush in products like pomades and creams which have harsh chemical and will eventually mess up the bristles.

TIP:  You can use a cheaper brush you don’t care for to distribute hair products, then switch to your white/blond bristle brush when products have been fully absorbed by hair. This ensures that you bristle stay clean and looking new.

Bristle Shedding

It is natural for bristles to shed a little during the first 3 weeks of use. THIS IS NORMAL! It is not normal to see a patch missing from a brush.

How to clean a wave brush?

  • Take a comb and comb out stuck hairs.
  • Run the brush under some warm water to get all the product out
  • Repeat these steps until the brush is full clean
  • Let the brush air dry

That's it for now anymore tips you guys want please let us know

 WANT A BRUSH MAKE SURE TO

CLICK HERE TO VIEW ALL OUR BRUSHES

 


Share this post


Leave a comment

Note, comments must be approved before they are published


Top