The Ultimate Tangle Tamer: How to Manage Knotty Hair
Do you spend WAY too much of your time trying to untangle your locks, or your kids? Are you tired of dealing with the frustration of tangled hair every time you brush or comb it? Fear not, because I have the solution to your knotty hair woes!
Introducing the ultimate tangle tamer – a few simple tricks and tools that will help you manage tangled hair like a pro. Whether it's long or short hair, curly or straight, thick or fine, these tips will help you keep your hair knot-free and easy to manage.
Start with a detangling spray: Before you even begin to brush or comb your hair, apply a detangling spray. This will help to soften and loosen any knots or tangles, making them easier to work through. I'm proud to say that our AOB Instant Detangler Miracle Spray will bring miracles to your morning routine! It untangles in seconds, and helps minimize the damage caused by brushing out tangled hair. Simply spray a small amount onto your hair, focusing on the ends and any particularly knotty areas, and gently comb through. Bonus Tip: Our clients LOVE using Miracle Spray on their kids hair too - making hair life a little easier for you and for them!
Use a wide-toothed comb: When it comes to taming tangles, the type of comb or brush you use is crucial. Opt for a wide-toothed comb, as this will be gentler on your hair and less likely to cause breakage. Start at the ends of your hair and work your way up, gently combing through any knots or tangles as you go.
Work in small sections: Trying to tackle your entire head of hair at once can be overwhelming, so it's important to work in small sections. Divide your hair into manageable sections, starting at the bottom and working your way up. This will help you to focus on one area at a time and prevent any further tangles.
Be gentle: When it comes to detangling, patience is key. Don't tug or pull at your hair, as this can cause breakage and make tangles worse. Instead, be gentle and work slowly, using your fingers or a comb to gently tease out any knots. A detangling spray will help with this.
Consider a silk pillowcase: Believe it or not, the type of pillowcase you use can have a big impact on your hair. Silk pillowcases are gentler on your hair than cotton, which can cause friction and lead to tangles. By switching to a silk pillowcase, you can help to prevent tangles while you sleep.
With these simple tips and tricks, you can say goodbye to knotty hair and hello to silky-smooth locks. So next time you find yourself facing a tangled mess, remember to start with a detangling spray, use a wide-toothed comb, work in small sections, be gentle, and consider a silk pillowcase. Your hair will thank you!