Comb­ing the sur­face

Hair - - The Hair Handbook -

The trou­ble af­ter a hair wash? Get­ting your hair to be­have it­self when it’s dry. And God help you if you’re in a hurry. Ty­ing your wet hair up into a pony or harshly stroking it to de­tan­gle is a cap­i­tal crime. Shirin warns, “It is ab­so­lutely vi­tal that you don’t comb or tie up your hair when it is wet. Since the tem­po­rary bonds are bro­ken, the hair is vul­ner­a­ble and prone to dam­age.” While this rule is con­stantly im­pressed upon us by our stylists, Placid opens the door to another mis­take we should avoid. He elu­ci­dates, “Us­ing a fine toothed comb on dry hair causes static and even­tu­ally leads to break­age.”

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