December 1st, 2012 01:39 AM
I could list so many things here but it depends on whose opinion wrong is. According to the industry everything everyone does here is wrong. I am of the opinion nothing works for everyone so you have to do what works for you. If that's sulfates great. If its conditioner then great. Btw when my Paul Mitchell trainer mentioned Co at my last training, saying he didn't know people were doing that I knew it was getting more exposure. All in all its what does your hair need.
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December 1st, 2012 03:55 AM
Daughter of the King
Mrs.Q, It was the same way for me. Missing the feeling I got when brushing my hair was one of the main reasons why I did away with my wide tooth comb and went back to ball tipped bristle brush.
Originally Posted by Mrs.Q
December 1st, 2012 11:14 AM
I can see why people would do that.
Originally Posted by biogirl87
I still don't like the ball tips though - my hair gets caught in them and rips out. Instead, I use a denman brush like this:
which gives the same feeling without the hair-getting-caught problem that I have found to be pretty much unavoidable.
December 1st, 2012 11:16 AM
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December 1st, 2012 03:03 PM
December 1st, 2012 03:10 PM
That's interesting because your hair type is like mine - and yours is gorgeous! If I don't detangle my wet hair, I'd break it all off trying to detangle it later.
Originally Posted by vampodrama
December 1st, 2012 05:36 PM
Bonkers, you can safely CO about as often as you like. In fact some people add extra CO washes, even if their scalp isn't greasy yet, because it adds moisture to their length.
December 1st, 2012 05:44 PM
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December 1st, 2012 06:20 PM
Daughter of the King
That may be true for you, but I've found out that when I find the right ball tipped brush it doesn't pull my hair out as long as I'm careful with it and detangle if I encounter any tangles. The other side of brushes is that from a Russian TV show on health and medical issues I've learned that ball tips are kinder to your scalp as TT and other brushes similar to it (the brush you linked to has bristles that look similar to denman) as sharp or uncovered brisltes can really scratch your scalp which isn't good for hair. About a week ago when I was at TJ Maxx, the brush I ended up getting is a non-cusion brush that has balls covering the tips of the bristles (that even when trying really hard I couldn't pull off) with widely-spaced bristles. I've been using it ever since I got it and so far it's been gliding through my thick hair as well or better than the wide tooth comb I used before (when I brush I tend to detangle if I encounter any tangles, through this site and LHC learned not to be ripping through the tangles).
Originally Posted by Auburnangel
December 1st, 2012 08:40 PM