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5 Ways To Detangle Your Natural Hair

 

 

 

There's nothing quite like the feeling of freshly shampooed, soft, and manageable hair. But for many of us with natural hair, that's a feeling that's all too often out of reach. If you're struggling to get your strands under control, don't worry—we've got you covered. Read on for our top five tips to detangle natural hair without damaging it. 

 

Tip #1: Use The Right Products 

When it comes to detangling natural hair, the products you use make all the difference. Look for conditioners and leave-in treatments that are rich in moisture-replenishing ingredients like hyaluronic acid and glycerin. These will help to hydrate your strands and make them more pliable, which makes detangling much easier (and gentler on your hair). 

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Tip #2: Detangle When Your Hair Is Wet 

Detangling when your hair is dry is a recipe for disaster. Not only will it be harder to get through those knots, but you're also much more likely to cause breakage—OUCH. Instead, try detangling when your hair is wet and Supported by conditioner—this will help to minimize damage and make the process much smoother. 

 

Tip #3: Use A Wide-Tooth Comb 

Tightly packed bristles can cause serious damage to natural hair—especially if it's already prone to tangles and knots. To avoid causing any additional pain or breakage, opt for a wide-tooth comb (or your fingers) when detangling. This will help to minimize damage as you work through those knots. 

 

Tip #4: Start From The Bottom And Work Your Way Up 

If you start from the top and work your way down, you're just going to end up right back where you started. To avoid this frustrating cycle, begin by gently working through the tangles at the bottom of your strands first, then slowly make your way up. This method may take a little longer, but trust us—it's worth it in the end. 

 Tip #5: Be Gentle 

The key to successful detangling is being gentle—no matter what method you're using. Be patient as you work through each tangle, and resist the urge to yank or pull on your strands. This may seem like common sense, but it's surprising how easy it is to get impatient when you're in the thick of it! By taking things slow and being gentle, you'll minimize damage and reduce the amount of time spent in front of the mirror untangling those pesky knots! 

 

We hope these tips help you get your strands under control! Remember to be patient and take things slow—your hair will thank you for it in the end.

Until then,

Bisou,

Mimi.