Hair Detangler Remedies

Woman with tangled kinky hairDetangling your hair should be an essential part of your daily hair care routine. Keeping your hair free from tangles takes the right tools and products, as well as a lot of time and patience.

Hair Detangler Tools

A wide-toothed comb is an essential tool for detangling your hair. A special detangling brush can work, too, but requires more time and skill. The important thing is to choose what works best for you.

First Step for Detangling

Start detangling wet hair with a lot of conditioner worked into it. You will want your hair to be slippery and well-moisturized. Never try to detangle curly or kinky hair when it is dry, or you will cause hair breakage and more tangles.

Start Detangling from The Ends

Using your fingers, separate your hair into sections, and gently work out any large knots. Be careful not to pull or snap your hair. Once you have sectioned your hair, take a wide-toothed comb or detangling brush, start at the ends and work your way up—slowly and gently loosing the strands from each other.

Keep Hair Free of Split Ends

Split ends can cause hair to tangle and knot, so be sure to trim your hair regularly.

Detangle While You Sleep

Use a satin pillowcase when you sleep, or put your hair up in a satin bonnet to keep your hair tangle free while you get your beauty rest. The smooth texture of satin causes less friction on your hair and keeps it protected from tangles.

 

Video: Oyin Handmade Honey Hemp Conditioner

Video: Curly Hair Solutions Slip Detangler

Tips for Trimming Curly Hair

 

Conditioners for Detangling

  • $13.99 $10.49

  • $12.00

  • $8.00 $6.00

  • $18.00 $13.50

Detangling Combs & Brushes

  • $3.59

  • $10.30 $7.73

  • $2.49 $1.87

Satin Pillowcases & Microfiber Towels

  • $30.00 $22.50

  • $24.00 $18.00

  • $19.99 $14.99