When parting natural or curly hair into sections, use a leave-in conditioner to help the comb slide more easily through the hair and prevent snagging or pulling. First part the hair with your fingers—second, spray the leave-in conditioner directly onto the area where you want to slide the comb—third, use the end of a rat tail comb to smoothly part the hair. Great for preventing breakage and discomfort.
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All hair has its challenges and even though the grass may seem greener on the other side, it's not. Many people with straight hair envy curly, and many with curly covet straight. Love your hair and work with it, not against it. Regardless of the texture, color, length, thickness, thinness, or temperament, all hair is beautiful. Appreciating your hair and focusing on the positive are the first steps to having the healthy and beautiful hair that you've always wanted.
The average comb has a seam on both sides of each tooth. These seams, if uneven or jagged, can snag, rip, split or tear your hair while combing. Seamless combs, which are usually made from bone, 100% organic resin, wood, or hard rubber, glide through your hair gently and smoothly, reducing breakage and shedding. Seamless combs are a healthier and safer choice for all types of hair, especially kinky curly. Treat your hair to a seamless comb today--you'll be amazed by the results.