Why You Should Be Brushing Your Hair Before Bed

There are some differing opinions out there about when and how often you should be brushing your hair. Over brushing and harsh brushing can definitely lead to loss and breakage, and definitely be careful brushing wet hair (I don’t brush my hair wet ever!). There are definitely some benefits to brushing your hair.

1. Natural Oils

Your scalp produces natural oils that are good for your hair. By brushing your hair you are distributing those oils into your hair to keep it moisturized, shiny and healthier.

2. Smooth 

By brushing your hair out and distributing those healthy, natural oils, you are also smoothing out your hair’s cuticles for a smoother, softer and shinier appearance.

3. Remove Dirt and Dandruff

Your hair takes a lot of abuse, like products and pollution. By brushing your hair regularly you are helping work some of those things out and keeping it from settling on your hair making it dull and rough.

4. Increase Circulation

A nice massaging brushing session (3-5 minutes of GENTLE brushing) stimulates blood flow in your scalp which means a healthy scalp and healthy hair growth.

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6 thoughts on “Why You Should Be Brushing Your Hair Before Bed

  1. Michelle

    So what do you do if you have curly hair? The only way i can easily get through my hair is if i comb it when its wet. Combing my hair while it is dry is almost impossible.

    1. isabel

      my hair is verry curly and i foun that the way to brush curly hair is while it is wet and conditioneg

    2. Layla

      Just do what works for you. If you have noticed your hair being worse then maybe you shouldn’t. But if not just continue doing what you’ve been doing!

  2. Lilly

    If you have curly hair, FOR ODIN’S SAKE DO NOT BRUSH IT. Brushing it causes breakage and all other sorts of terrible woes. Curly hair should be finger-combed while conditioner is in it (:

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  4. Amosso

    Why write an article titled brushing your hair before bed, and then not write about brushing before bed. Makes no sense at all.


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