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February 5, 2019

Read These 4 Tips Before Your Next Teasy Lights Appointment

Liz Haven O'Neill @lizhaven Tips For Brushing Out Teasy Lights Tease Teased Damage Free Pain Free
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How To Properly Brush Out Teased Hair—Without Causing Damage

Can we all agree that the worst part about teasy lights is having to brush out all the backcombing? But because the results are so worth the effort, we want to make your lives a little easier with the help of BTC Team Member @lizhaven. She recently took to Instagram to share her detangling process, so we’re breaking down four tips that’ll make brushing out teased hair easier than ever! Check ‘em out.

 

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1. Set Yourself Up For Success

Remember these words of advice from Liz: “The cleaner you construct your tease, the easier it is to deconstruct.” So how do you create a clean tease? Liz likes to backcomb the hair first, then she’ll carefully pack it tightly. See how it’s done in the below gif:

 

Liz Haven O'Neill @lizhaven Tips For Brushing Out Teasy Lights Tease Teased Damage Free Pain Free

 

2. So She’s Done Processing. Now What?

Whatever you do, DO NOT manipulate the scalp. Shampoo the ends only, then be sure to rinse everything—including the teased area. “Brushing out works better for me if the tease is damp,” shares Liz.

 

 

3. The Brush Out Process

The last thing you want to do is brush everything out at once. Not only will it cause damage but it’ll be painful for the client. Instead, towel-dry and then start with the first section you teased. From there, deconstruct section by section and carefully brush everything out.

 

Pro Tip: Liz likes to save time by pre-toning while she brushes. Before she takes a brush to the hair, she’ll towel-dry first and then apply Schwarzkopf Professional BLONDME® Tone Enhancing Bonding Mask for Cool Blondes.

 

Watch The Video How-To Below

 
 
 
 
 
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4. Yes, The Brush Matters

The tools you use should make your job easier, which is why Liz’s go-to brush for deconstructing a tease is the Framar Champagne Mami Detangle Brush. It effortlessly detangles the most stubborn of knots and works on both wet and dry hair. 

 

Check out how the tease looked before and after Liz brushed it out below!

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