The biggest question I get is, “how do I detangle my daughter’s hair?”
Well, I have a few suggestions of my own. My disclaimer with all natural hair services, is that there are so many ways to do one thing—feel free to be creative.
1. Moisten the hair with conditioning. Find your favorite leave in conditioner and massage the cream throughout the hair and scalp very well. I even try to resolve future problem (or crying) by untangling any knots with my hands by rubbing them and possibly loosening them up. (if done correctly, then tends to help your little one out)
2. Seperate the hair into sections. Take a wide tooth comb and seperate the hair into 6 or 7 sections. Take that section and two strand twist each section and pin it down so its out of the way. Do all except one section.
3. Use wide-tooth comb to comb through from ends. By using the wide-tooth comb, start combing the hair from the tips. As you have combed through the kinks, start to comb a little more closer to the scalp. (an inch at a time). Keep combing through the kinks and reaching a little closer to the scalp until you’re combing through the section without hitting any knots.
4. Repeat for the remainder sections.
5. After the sections are combed out and twisted, blow out each section. Start out with a medium strength/high heat. Wave the blow dryer at the tips of the hair in one hand and brush in other hand. As your waving the blow dryer on the tips, guide the hair with a brush in the other hand. (i love demin and roller brushes: pattle brushes tend to get tangled with their balls at the end of the teeth) After the ends are detangled with the dryer you can move further towards the scalp (inch by inch as you did with brush with the sections in #3) Until you can run the brush throughout the hair from root to tip. Magic! Repeat for each section.