Hair Tip: Always Detangle From the Ends to Root

detangle from ends to rootHere is a quick hair tip to maintain your beautiful tresses:

Always brush, comb, and finger detangle from the ends to the root.

Shed hair (also called hair fall) is natural. Remember, it is normal to shed between 50 and 100 hairs a day.

If you have straight hair, you may not notice hairs naturally shedding as some strands can slip out on their own. However, if you have curly or tightly coiled hair, shed hair can become trapped within the rest of your hair and it will need to be physically removed gently to avoid tangling.

Matted Hair

Detangling from the root to the ends on tangled or matted hair can lead to knots. Avoid knots at all costs! Some knots can be very terrible and could need to be cut out, which is a major setback for those who aspire to have lengthy hair.

So take it from us. Save yourself heartache. We can’t stress this too much. Avoid matting and tangling at all costs! Always start at the ends of your hair and slowly work your way up when detangling. Your hair will thank you.

We recommend the the following tools for detangling: Tangle Teezer, ArtNaturals Detangling Hair Brush, or a wide tooth comb for detangling.

Happy Hair Growing.

Video credit: Jewellianna Palencia | Youtube


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