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May 31, 2019
Welcome to the wonderful world of detangling. This is the part of wash day most people hate. I'm sure all naturalistas can relate to bad tangles and how it can take us AGES to detangle our curls carefully and not loose those all important inches. We share with you a few tips and tricks to help detangling on wash day a breeze.
There are two main points to remember when detangling.
When it comes to hair tools, there are so many we can reach for to help keep those tangles at bay.
Your fingersWide tooth combTangle TeezerDenman brushFelicia Leatherwood brush
Tools such as a wide tooth comb, Tangle Teezer, Denman brush and the Felicia Leatherwood brush are some of the popular choices when it comes to detangling. All have wide teeth to easily glide through your curls.Using your fingers can be time consuming, but you have all the control when feeling those tangles or taking those knots apart. Your fingers are definitely on the cheaper side of a detangling aid, but is also a more gentle approach.Remember, the last thing you want is for your hair to be dry while detangling, so products like water, your favourite moisturiser or some conditioner will help.
Products can be used to help aid with the detangling process.
Using water, a moisturiser or conditioner are some of the main products. All these tools give moisture to the hair and slowly help loosen existing tangles and any tangles that want to appear, making the hair easier to work with. The thickness of your hair will depend on how much product you use.
Whichever your device, these tools are a great addition to your hair regime and help detangling on wash day a breeze.
What tools do you use to detangle your hair?
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