14 Hair "Rules" You Have to Break
Want to know the real reason for your bad hair days? It's probably because you followed some of this really bad advice
Break This Rule: Always comb hair from the ends upTechnically, this rule is still true for some people. If you have thick hair, you should start combing at your ends and work your way up, adding extra conditioner if necessary, say Piero and Luigi Pirri, salon owners in Connecticut and New York and creators of Pirri Element Products.
But they add, "When you are working with thin hair texture you can start from the top because fine hair is fragile and weak. When brushed at the bottom it is more likely to get split ends."
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