4 Tips For Detangling Natural Hair
Growing out your natural hair can be one heck of a journey, but the results are beautiful! I think that the absolute worst part about the journey is the DETANGLING! Detangling your curls can be a headache (literally), and as the hair gets longer, it just becomes more and more of a hassle. Here are four tips that will cut your detangling time in half!
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1. Section your hair.
The funny thing about curly hair is that it loves to clump together and intertwine itself with other hairs. This is the absolute most counterproductive part about detangling your natural tresses. The best way to battle this is by sectioning your hair. For shorter hair, you can do two to three sections. If you have long hair like me, you will need to detangle in four to six sections. The smaller the section the better! You should put each section into a two strand twist. This helps you manage your sections, gives you easier access to maneuver through your head and prevents the hair that you worked so diligently to detangle from re-tangling.