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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

How to Effectively Detangle Transitioning Hair

How to Effectively Detangle Transitioning Hair


Question
How do I keep my natural and relaxed hair from becoming a tangled mess when I wash it? I'm only about three to four months post relaxer while I only use heat on my hair once a month and when I wash it becomes a dry, tangled, and unmanageable mess.


Answer
You just need patience, tons of conditioner, more patience, a wide tooth comb, and sprinkle a tad more patience and sectioning. There are tried-and-true methods to detangling your transitioning hair but the point I want to drive home is applying patience to your method. I have listed the best ways to handle those stubborn tangles without damaging or yanking out your hair. 

Use a wide-tooth comb
A wide-tooth comb allows you to detangle efficiently, remove shed hairs, and minimize damage in one fell swoop. Now, you can find any number of them at cheap prices just about everywhere, but the quality may be sub par, breaking and causing split ends from prominent seams. There are some live saver combs: Ouidad Double Detangler and Hercules Sagemann.

Slippery conditioner
Tangles require water and a slippery conditioner or oil. Favorites like Herbal Essences Hello Hydration or TRESemme Naturals Nourishing Moisture Conditioner pack a powerful punch in the slip department without killing your wallet. 

Slather each section liberally with your conditioner and remove the tangles using your fingers and the wide tooth comb starting from the ends to the roots. Spray each section with water before you apply the conditioner to remove those stubborn knots.  

You can read the rest of my article over at Naturallycurly.com




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