Detangling…

Every naturalista has had to detangle their beautifully textured tresses… So here are a few tips on the best way to detangle your natural hair in order to cause little or no damage and breakage to your gorgeous strands.

Before we go any further… your hair should always be moisturized with either water (your hair craves this by the way), oil, or conditioner. This will make the whole process easier and minimize friction which is one of the causes of split ends.

Okay now that’s out of the way, before grabbing that comb, run your fingers through your hair to loosen up your hair and just incase you didn’t know your hands are one of the best if not the best tools to use when manipulating your hair… only use your trusty combs if necessary. (less is more)

Tip: When purchasing a comb always look out for the seams on the comb, these can be found on the inner part of the ‘teeth’ of the comb, the seams can catch onto your hair and cause breakage and split-ends.

There are different types of combs that you can use to detangle your hair…

Wide Tooth Comb with smooth tips

This is great for detangling and if your hair is longer it’s better to use a comb with longer teeth for less manipulation.

Another comb is the Denman® brush

This brush is great for detangling your hair during your shampoo-conditioning routine.

Tip: Your hair is most fragile and delicate when wet, so always take great care whenever you are detangling your hair..take your time.. no need to rush this process as laborious as it may be.

Hope this was helpful and if you got any questions just ask in the comment and I’l do my best to answer to the best of my knowledge or I can research for you 😉

Show love to your hair and it will love you back.

Be Beautiful

XOXO

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One response

  1. Which hair products dud u recommend as far as shampoos conditioners n moisturisers go. also how many times a week or month can i was my hair. i tend to get a lot of dandruff but not as much as i used to when my hair was relaxed.i’m currently using kerecare dry n itchy shampoo n the conditioner as well. whats your the on blowdrying natural hair? i personally do like doing it.

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