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.
Detangling hair safely, gently, and efficiently can be accomplished best by using 3 of your senses. To do this effectively, you will need to comb your hair in front of a mirror, not in the shower. Here's why:
Touch, of course, is an essential sense for this task. Feel your fingers slide smoothly through your hair before you even pick up a comb. If you encounter any resistance, stop to separate matted hairs or knots before continuing.
Speaking of knots, it's important to use your sight sense to see how many hairs are involved. It is best to try to get the entanglement down to two hairs before you snip it out with scissors, if necessary. Looking in a mirror will enable you to easily spot matted areas or tangles before they turn into knots.
Next, use your hearing sense to help prevent damage while combing. Listen for any snapping or popping sounds because this can mean that you are being too rough and need to ease your touch. Even though it can be convenient to detangle in the shower, it is nearly impossible to hear hairs breaking with the water running. Why not do your hair a favor and use your senses of touch, sight, and hearing for safer and healthier detangling?
A lemon treatment can help remove product buildup from your hair and add a brilliant shine. To make, combine the juice from 1 large lemon with about 1 tablespoonful of conditioner. To use, first rinse your hair thoroughly with water. Second, wash your scalp (preferably with conditioner). Third, pour the lemon treatment over your head and distribute throughout your hair. Fourth, rinse your scalp and hair thoroughly with water and then condition and style as usual. A lemon treatment is a healthy and natural way to moisturize, cleanse, and clarify and can be used whenever your hair looks dry and dull.
Most shampoos contain harsh detergents that can strip hair of moisture and amino acids and make it look dry and dull. This is harmful because hair needs to retain some natural oils to protect it and the scalp. Fortunately, you can wash your hair by applying conditioner to your scalp, gently rubbing your scalp with your fingertips to wash it, and then thoroughly rinsing your hair and scalp with water. Now your hair and scalp are clean, and you may continue with your normal conditioning routine. This technique works well and is much healthier for your hair.