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Effortlessly Detangle Your Natural Hair

By April 30, 2021Thank God Im Natural

 

Detangling natural hair can sometimes be a challenge. You want to keep your curls intact without causing shedding or excessive breakage but you also don’t want to spend hours trying to make sure every curl is perfectly detangled. If you’ve been struggling with detangling your hair without causing breakage, damage, or shedding, keep reading.

 

Use a hair mask or deep conditioner 

Deep conditioners and hair masks can do wonders at not only providing much-needed moisture to hair, but also helping you to keep your hair detangled without shedding. Our Honey Miracle Hair Mask is like an instant make over for dry, damaged or colored treated hair. This luxurious deep conditioner contains raw honey for softer, shinier tresses and jojoba and olive oils, which nourish and heal strands in need of repair. Due to being infused with honey, which is a natural humectant, healthy hydration is drawn to hair, making it easier for hair to be detangled. After shampooing with tgin Moisture Rich Shampoo, and conditioning with tgin Triple Moisture Replenishing Conditioner, apply a generous amount of tgin Honey Miracle Hair Mask to hair and comb through to ensure thorough distribution from roots to ends. Place a plastic cap over hair and sit under dryer for 10-15 minutes or leave on the hair for 35 minutes to 1 hour without heat. Rinse thoroughly with warm water, followed by cool water.

Use a wide tooth comb or fingers

Detangling hair with a small comb is a big no-no in the natural hair world. Using a fine tooth comb can cause breakage and excessive shedding. Opt for using a wide tooth comb or fingers when detangling instead. Always start from the ends and gently work your way up when detangling. It’s important to also remember to detangle while you are conditioning or hair is wet.

Section hair 

Detangling hair in sections can save you a lot of time and energy. Once you are ready to begin the detangling process, use clips, hair bands, or braid or twist your hair into sections. Sectioning your hair keeps the hair that has already been detangled apart from the rest of your hair, making it easier to keep the hair from getting tangled. Once you have thoroughly detangled a sectioned, separate it from the rest of the hair then continue the process until your entire head is detangled.

How do you detangle your natural hair?

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