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    Minalo Boar Bristles Hair Brush With Wood Handle, Round Comb, 2.2-Inch
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    • Stimulates Scalp: The tips of the boar bristles against you scalp can give you a massaging sensation which feels great on your head. This also helps to improve blood flow on your scalp.
    • Creates Volume:Ergonomic handles,Large round shape creates volume and curl shine with natural boar bristles.
    • Reduces Frizz Professional grade,Anti-static, anti-bacterial. Your scalp naturally produces oil called sebum which acts as a protectant for your hair. The boar bristles help to spread this sebum around to lubricate each of your hair strands which reduces frizz.
    • Prevents Oil Build-Up:By spreading this sebum oil around each hair strand and from the roots to the ends of your hair you are preventing oil from building up and giving your scalp a greasy look.
    • 100% Money Back Guarantee: If you do not love your Minalo Boar Bristle Hair Brush, return it, and we'll give 100% of your money back, or replace it if there was a problem with the brush.

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Are You Not Washing Your Hair Enough?

Who knew hair-washing could be so … complicated?

A lot of women, warned by beauty editors and websites that shampooing too often was the culprit for their parched strands and out-of-whack scalps, have cut back on their shampoo regimen. Instead of regularly lathering up at home, a weekly routine might now go like this: a blowout at a blow-dry bar, dry shampoo, dry shampoo, dry shampoo, followed by another professional styling session, and so on.

While curbing excess washing has its merits, there are bound to be those who go overboard. “The truth is, some of my guy clients have been coming in and asking me to tell their girlfriends, wives, lovers to wash their hair,” said Michael Angelo, a Manhattan stylist and salon owner, who recently tended the locks of Victoria’s Secret models at its Paris show. “It’s because they stink! You’d be shocked how many people will tell me, ‘Oh, 10 days ago I had a blowout and I did a killer SoulCycle session this morning and I haven’t washed my hair at all.’”