I need to brush / comb my hair

roniy

Senior Member
ISRAEL: Fluent Hebrew ( Speak Russian, Learning English)
how could I express myself if I wanted to say a sentence on "neat hair" ?

1)
Let's say my hair is messy, then:

" I need to brush/comb my hair with a comb"
" I need to take care of my hair, it's too messy "

Are they correct? if yes they are commonly used ?

Are there any other expression to say this ?


Thanks.
 
  • Joelline

    Senior Member
    American English
    The most common ways of expressing this idea would be:
    My hair is messy (all messed up); I need to fix it.
    My hair is messy (all messed up); I need to take care of it.
    My hair is messy (all messed up); I need to comb it.
    My hair is messy (all messed up); I need to brush it.
     

    ps.sur.mer

    Member
    United States, English
    I think the easiest ways to say what you want to say are:

    "I need to brush my hair."
    "I need to comb my hair."

    You can also say:

    "I need to do my hair." This sentence is really general--you can say it in the morning in reference to washing it and drying it with a blow-dryer, or in the evening if you are getting ready to go out.
     
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