Monday, March 31, 2014

Five Easy Approach To Dealing With Hair Entanglement


Most beginners risk hair entanglement, however, there are several ways of dealing with tangled hair, according to expert hairstylists. The following are just a few of the many approaches recommended:

1.Sleep With Your Hair UP
It’s best if you sleep with your hair up in a loose ponytail and secure it with a scrunchie, satin bonnet, or hair wrap, to avoid a kink. Some hair gurus believe cloth-covered scrunchies are the best.

2.Avoid Using Cotton Sheets
Because most hair -- especially fragile texture -- has the tendency to tangle overnight on regular cotton sheets, it’s recommended that you use a silk or satin pillowcase to reduce fiction. You may want to freshen up your hair the following morning, however you can do this with a dry shampoo -- at roots. Based on the advice given by the pros, if your hair is thick or course you can use a hydrating spray to add bounce and smoothness to dry ends.

3.Invest In A Paddle Brush 
A paddle brush or a round brush is a worthwhile investment for tangled hair. In fact, Nexxus creative director and celebrity hairstylist Kevin Mancuso suggests that while in the shower, you should work conditioner through your hair with a paddle brush or wide tooth comb to detangle it -- always from the ends up.

4.Be Gentle When Towel Drying
When using a towel to dry your hair, rubbing and matting the hair with the towel will only cause it to tangle. The suggestion is that you  should gently squeeze the hair. Some people suggest using a more delicate texture material such as a T- shirt to Squeeze your hair dry. Using a sulfate/alcohol/paraben free shampoo is also another suggestion.

5.Use A Deep-Hydrating Treatment
For persistent tangles, working in a weekly deep-hydrating treatment or leave-in conditioner, is one of Mancuso’s recommendations. You should look for nourishing ingredients like coconut oil which will help smooth and retain moisture.