The Surprising Reasons You're Having a Bad Hair Day
Alright, we're going to give you the goods up front: Your hair problems are most likely caused by issues with your scalp. Here's the info -- and quick fixes -- you need
You've got the wrong brushBrushing is important because it distributes oils from your scalp and stimulates circulation -- but you don't want to overdo it, and you want to make sure you're using the right brush. Fusco suggests natural, boar bristle brushes. "They're made of keratin, just like your hair," she says. "When you pull on the hair, you get a little bit of give, which will keep the hair from snapping."
If you want to splurge on a brush you'll have forever, opt for the Mason Pearson Sensitive Boar Bristle Brush, $160. For a less-expensive option, try the Sonia Kashuk Bristle Hair Brush, $15.79.
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