Friday, 19 August 2016

How to Finger Detangle Natural Hair

Having tangles and knots in your natural hair can be annoying and also cause damage like split ends, which can prevent your natural hair from growing quickly. Having your hair stretched and detangled is always advised, and different people use various methods to remove tangles from natural hair. I primarily use a wide tooth comb, but other options are using a detangling or Denman brush, and also finger detangling. From what I've seen, people who use their fingers to detangle their hair seem to have the most length retention. The major drawback for me has been the time spent in finger detangling. However, yesterday I saw this video on how to detangle natural hair, and it seems to be a quicker way and I thought I should share it with you.


Of course, you can always use the African Naturalistas products, especially the Moisturising and Detangling Conditioner which works wonders!!!!!! Check out all our products here, and then tell me your preferred method of detangling your hair.

Berry Dakara.

7 comments :

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    1. I lose more hair whenever I use a comb even though it's wide toothed

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  2. Finger detangling is great ,albeit time consuming if it must be done right.I finger comb mostly though.

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  3. Finger detangling is my fave. It do it while unravelling my twists or loosing my hair, so it doesn't take extra time.

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  4. I finger detangle most of the time. If I need to use a comb, I first finger detangle, then use a comb

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