Long hair can also be a source of problems for people who don t want to spend more time combing their hair.
They may feel more comfortable combing in a long way, but they can be more prone to irritation and cuts, according to research from Johns Hopkins University.
The problem, experts say, is that curly hair is prone to being pulled up by the scalp and combed out of its natural shape.
In fact, the curly hairs can become pulled up and tangled in the scalp.
This can result in a cut, which is why many people choose to comb their hair in a comb, rather than a straight cut.
If your hair needs to be combed in a straight or combed-in direction, you should also consider using a comb to comb the hair.
The curls of curly hair tend to be a little shorter, which makes it easier to comb them, according a study published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology.
But if you want to comb your hair in the way the study authors suggest, you’ll need to keep it in a short comb.
The longer your hair is combed, the less combing is required to get the desired results.
Read more about curly hair here: Long hair may not be for everyone, but it may help protect your scalp from cuts.
The study also found that curly-haired women tended to be less likely to experience an infection and were less likely than women with short hair to suffer scalp irritation.
They also had less sensitivity to cut marks.
The research team, which included dermatologists, social workers and hair care experts, looked at data from 1,065 women between the ages of 25 and 49 who had been treated for hair loss or inflammation in previous months.
They also looked at the outcomes of 1,946 women with moderate to severe hair loss.
For those with moderate or severe hair losses, the most common complications were a dry scalp, irritation and a cut.
The results were presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatologists.