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Brush number 3 is ideal for fine, fragile hair. It adds volume and preserves the ends. High-quality brush. Very gentle for sensitive scalps. Concern:Adding volume
We share it, it suits the whole family, the hair is silky and detangles without violence.
I was reluctant to take the plunge, as the price is high for a hairbrush, but I was convinced by this unbleached version that promotes French know-how and I am simply won over. I've been using it for a week now and I can already see the difference in the quality of my hair. It is much more silky and adding this gesture to my hair routine is a real moment of relaxation after a long day. Another essential step to beautiful hair. Concern:Restoring Shine
What are the benefits of La Bonne Brosse boar bristle brushes?
With their vision of beauty, La Bonne Brosse had no trouble convincing the entire Oh My Cream team. Yes, because the hair accessory brand is convinced that beautiful hair comes first and foremost from the right beauty gesture, and that brushing can revolutionize your hair, provided you're equipped with the right brush! So La Bonne Brosse hairbrushes are so effective in caring for our hair, it's thanks to their boar bristle composition. An exact mirror of our hair's structure thanks to the keratin they contain, boar bristles reduce the amount of sebum at the roots and distribute it over the entire length, thus nourishing the ends, and helping to neutralize the static electricity present on our hair when we brush it. 100% natural, they promise a high-quality hairbrush with impressive longevity for softer, more disciplined hair that's easier to detangle, shinier and less brittle.
How often should you clean your La Bonne Brosse brush?
To keep your hair healthy and strong, but also to prolong the life of your brush, it's important to take good care of your boar bristle brush. However, there aren't really any rules about how often you should clean your brush - it all depends on how quickly it gets dirty, depending on the styling products you use every day. Nevertheless, to make it easier to clean your brush when the time comes, and to avoid spreading the impurities and dirt it can accumulate and spread on your hair, we recommend that you remove dead hair by hand after each use.
How do you clean your boar bristle brush?
Because of their dense bristles, boar bristle brushes tend to retain more dust, grease and other impurities than brushes with conventional wooden pins. To clean your brush, start by using a comb to remove hair and other dust that may get caught between the bristles and pins. The comb avoids pulling too hard on the bristles, while scraping away any dust that may have settled on the brush's air cushion. Once a month, you can use a mild shampoo or a damp cloth to clean your brush more thoroughly. Run your cloth between each bristle to remove any dust and impurities that may be trapped inside, then let your brush air dry, bristles still facing down. Be careful not to soak your boar bristle hairbrush completely in water, to preserve the quality of its follicles.