So a few weeks back I spoke about how my hair was looking greasy again immediately after I washed it, I self-diagnosed myself as having a case of bad product build up and said how the Boots Expert Anti-Build Up Shampoo had really been helping. But a little thought popped into my head, if my hair is getting dirty more quickly then usual, perhaps it’s down to the tools I’m using. And sure enough I soon realised that it had never even occurred to me to give my hairbrushes a clean and treat them in the same way I do my makeup brushes – dur! So off I trotted to my bathroom, with a flannel, baby shampoo and this time my hairbrushes in tow…
Viola! Nice and clean brushes, luverly Cleaning hairbrushes is pretty simple to do and works in the same way as you would clean your makeup brushes, give them a rinse with warm soapy water and leave them to dry naturally, you may also need to pull a bit of hair out them (I think I moulted enough hair to make a small toupee). The combination of this act and the Boots Expert shampoo means my hair is left shiny and smooth! I have also been using some new haircare, but I will save that for another post Hope you have all had a lovely weekend!