Struggling to detangle your curly, kinky or coily hair? Don't worry, you're not alone. When someone without curly hair says to us 'why don't you just brush it' we instantly get flashbacks from our childhood of our mother trying to fix the tangled mess on our head. As beautiful as curly hair is, it needs ALOT of loving and tender care - otherwise you end up looking like Hagrid.
We've tried and tested different detangling methods in our time to share with you our top detangling tips without damaging your tresses.
How you detangle natural hair is equally as important as the products you rely on to keep your tresses frizz free and hydrated. Regularly detangling natural hair will help keep your curls healthy and defined!
We recommend only detangling your hair when it is wet or damp (preferably in the shower) and lathered in a deep-conditioner. When your hair is wet it is softer and has more slip to easily glide through any knots. If you run a brush through your dry curls, you're basically breaking down your spirals with each pass through.
When detangling you want a tool that’s going to allow you to detangle with gentle tension. A brush that isn't designed for curly hair can damage your texture and break curls. Which is why we're excited to announce our new Kurlee Belle Flexible Detangling Brush!
This detangling brush has been specifically designed to glide through tangles with ease for frizz free hair and suitable for all hair types. It features a comfortable non slip rubber handle and is waterproof so you can use it in the shower.
How To Detangle With A Detangle Brush
Hold the detangle brush in a vertical manner and gently brush wet hair from tip upwards. Detangle brush can also be used for styling with a hair dryer.
Adjust the brush depending on the length of your hair:
FOR SHORT OR THIN HAIR: Adjust slider to first line.
FOR LONG OR THICK HAIR: Adjust slider to second line.
Just remember if it's hurting you it's hurting your curls! Take it slow and be patient. Do you have any detangling tips that have helped you?