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Thread: A New Detangling Tip for Natural Hair

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    ZuriWynter's Avatar Supreme Stylist
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    Post A New Detangling Tip for Natural Hair

    Discovered this gem on CurlyNikki.com..

    I must say, I'm tempted to give it a try! Because detangling is the bane of my existence when I wash or co-wash. Then again, I haven't had time or funds to do the deep conditioning treatment or hot oil treatments I'm used to doing either.

    CLICK ME.

    Long story short, ladies, she mentions diluting your conditioner with water in an applicator bottle to give it more 'slip'. It's still worth a read to understand though, and she even lists other detangling methods she used before discovering how well this works.

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    lovinggrace's Avatar Ultimate Stylist
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    I might have to take these tips into use. Thanks for sharing.

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    Senecea's Avatar Ultimate Stylist
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    Thank you for sharing this article.

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    I will have to try this. Thanks for sharing.

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    neceyluv's Avatar Magnificent Stylist
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    Thanks Zuri!

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    Thanks, Zuri.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neceyluv View Post
    Thanks Zuri!
    Necey,
    Look at your HAIR. Fab!

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    neceyluv's Avatar Magnificent Stylist
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolanda Taylor Enroth View Post
    Necey,
    Look at your HAIR. Fab!
    Thanks babe! I took that picture this morning.

    Last night after work, I sprayed my hair with distilled water, rose water, and almond oil. Applied SM curl enhancing smoothie, flat-twisted, sealed with shea butter mix and perm rodded the ends. This morning, I took out the rods and applied coconut oil all over, concentrating on the ends, then jumped in the shower. After I got dressed, I took them down and just used a pick to lift it.

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    Wow, I may try this. Plus, you will stretch the product more so it will last longer! I do this with my shampoo and I don't have to buy nearly as much. Thanks, Zuri!

    And yes, necey your hair is looking fab girl!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa View Post
    Wow, I may try this. Plus, you will stretch the product more so it will last longer! I do this with my shampoo and I don't have to buy nearly as much. Thanks, Zuri!

    And yes, necey your hair is looking fab girl!
    Thanks babe! I learned from some of the masters! You have no idea how much I wanted YOUR hair!

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