There’s one thing moms and kids with natural hair can agree on: the detangling struggle is real! But it doesn’t have to be.
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We connected with the good folks at Just For Me to serve up five techniques to remove the dread and discomfort of detangling. Read on to see how you can master easy, pain-free detangling for kid’s kinks, coils, and curls.
Never Detangle Dry Hair
Dry hair lacks elasticity, making it difficult to detangle without breakage and discomfort. Slip, the ability to easily glide combs and fingers through the
Detangle Section By Section
We all know that walls are built brick by brick. Well, detangling is achieved section by section! Divide your kid’s kinks, coils
Start from the Bottom
Take the Drake approach to detangling: start from the bottom (ends) and work your way up to the scalp using a wide tooth comb. Now hold on for the next step!
Kids with tender heads have a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to yanking or pulling. Holding on to the hair right above the loose area being detangled prevents any tugging from ever reaching the scalp. Master this part and your child shouldn’t feel anything.
Keep It Positive
With great power, comes great responsibility mom! You’ve got this, and if you approach the detangling and hair care process with confidence and calm, your kids will follow suit.
Press play below to see these steps in action. Trust,