Knowing how to brush curly hair will make all the difference!
What you’ll need
We understand that for many, caring for curly hair can seem like a challenge. How come? There are so many tips and tricks for handling this hair type that the information is quite overwhelming. From deciphering the best products to use to learning how to style your spirals, curly hair comes with its own set of cue cards. However, this shouldn’t scare you! You can count on us to help you figure out the best ways to treat your hair on a daily basis especially when it comes to knowing how to brush curly hair.
Read on for our tutorial on how to brush curly hair:
How to Brush Curly Hair: A Guide
Start with damp hair.
Tip: Use a microfiber towel or cotton T-shirt to remove any excess moisture, as this will also help tame frizz-prone curls.
Spray the TRESemmé Botanique Nourish & Replenish Hydrating Mist from root to tip, helping smooth and condition your tresses, as well as give them the moisture boost they need.
To make the whole process that much easier, divide your hair into manageable sections to suit your hair length and thickness.
Hair hack: Use your fingers to initially separate your curls as a way of pre-detangling. This will make the next step a little smoother…
Okay, let’s start brushing!
Take a wide-toothed comb, focusing on 1 section at a time, and gently detangle your hair from the tips to the roots.
Tip: If you hit any difficult to brush knots, be extra careful not to break the hair. Try applying more of TRESemmé Hydrating Mist to provide extra slip if necessary.
Chloe’s Hair History
What’s your hair type?
It’s naturally quite curly and tends to just do its own thing!
What are your go-to hair products?
A good leave-in conditioner and hair oils really help define my waves.
Do you have any daily hair struggles?
I would say styling my curly hair can be difficult especially in a rush. And dealing with frizz!
Tell us one piece of hair advice you would give to someone with hair like you…
Really look after your hair, take the time to do masks and treatments as they make all the difference.