Brushing graceful, straight hair when moist might maybe maybe cause predominant breakage, in accordance with the self-described “Aussie Rapunzel.”
And the 22-year-faded hair model from Sydney is conscious of what she’s talking about — her blonde mane measures bigger than one metre and has helped attract bigger than 806,000 followers to her TikTok page.
In a recent video on her page, Rapunzel confirmed off her fabulous tresses while they were moist within the shower, and instructed against looking to comb them while sodden.
“By no formulation, ever brush your hair when it’s moist within the event you admire straight, graceful hair devour me,” she acknowledged.
“Right here is when the hair is in its most fragile teach and might maybe maybe maybe cause breakage.”
Nonetheless within the event you admire curly hair, it’s likely you’ll maybe maybe maybe maybe ignore that advice, because the reverse truly applies to tousled tresses.
And while a pair of of her followers were immediate to praise Rapunzel for her tip, others wondered whether or no longer it turn out to be accurate.
“Curly or straight when hair is moist it’s the equal. Use a moist brush…..: the bristles are flexible,” one particular person wrote, to which Rapunzel spoke back: “Inaccurate! Curly and straight hair are very a wonderful deal of when moist.”
“I truly admire curly hair and it fully RIPS my hair solely out,” but every other particular person wrote. “Ought to you admire curly/wavy hair brush your hair BEFORE WASHING it helps A LOT.”
One other commented: “I work in a hair salon and I realized no longer brushing your hair when’s it’s moist might maybe maybe cause it to fall out, no longer solely nevertheless strands.”
Among Rapunzel’s a wonderful deal of pointers in her movies are to lather shampoo on the fingers before inserting on the hair if your locks are oily, and why you ought to quiet are trying rosemary oil within the event you is liable to be fighting hair loss.
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