Slay Detangling With No Knot Co

Slay Detangling With No Knot Co

Unlike straight hair babes, curly hair babes need some TLC when detangling their curls to ensure they do not disturb their curly pattern. 


The amount of strength needed in your arms to not only wash your hair, but detangle, rinse and style your hair, well let's just say it’s basically an arm workout. 


If you're looking to detangle your hair gently, without damaging your hair then you have come to the right place, let us show you the easy way to detangle your hair with our No Knot Co detangling brushes! 

 

First shampoo/ pre-poo your hair. Try and focus on massaging the shampoo into your scalp. Rinse out once you have lathered a good amount on your head. 

Use a conditioner that works for your hair. Bearing in mind that you’ll have to go through a trial and error period to find the right products for your hair.

Once you have lathered your curls/coils/waves/fro’s with a conditioner of your choice, choose your favourite No Knot Co detangling brush! (We know it’s a tough choice!!). Check them out here.

 

Split your hair into 4-8 sections depending how thick your hair is or how long it is. Those with a tighter curl pattern we would suggest having more sections so you avoid any breakage.  

Grab a section of hair and start brushing from the ends of that section, slowly working your way up to the roots of your hair.

Then do the same on all other sections, making sure you start from the ends so that there is less shedding. 


 

  • Make sure that your conditioner foams up so you know you have enough product to detangle your hair. 
  • If your hair has loads of knots then ensure you split your hair in more sections- separate the rest of your hair with our No Knot Co hair clip sections. Buy them now here you will thank us later!! 
  • After detangling your hair and  rinsing out your conditioner you can style your hair with the same brush! 
  • Remember to be gentle with your strands when shaking out your hair and brushing through it. 

 

 

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