Sign up for our newsletter to get more tips and tricks
CheveuxSauvage wrote: »
You mean your actual strands stretch and then snap? If that's the case, it sounds like you're over-moisturizing them and could use a protein treatment. I think when hair gets "over-conditioned", it gets gummy and gets too elastic, so a protein treatment will add some strength back to it. See THIS LINK for details. Keep in mind that some elasticity is good, but not too much. Also, be sure that you have enough product in your hair so that the comb/brush can easily glide through. I usually use VO5 to detangle because it's cheap, so I don't hesitate to use tons if I need it. Are you using a wide-tooth comb? Finger-detangling? Hope this helps!
nicole. wrote: »
Hi CheveuxSauvage =D!
Yeah I was wondering because I detangled on dampish dry hair today with a bunch of Suave and olive oil and it was sooo much easier. When my hair's wet it stretches too much and eventually breaks.
NubianCoils wrote: »
I finger detangle on slightly damp, stretched hair with conditioner and coconut oil and it's super easy!!:glasses8:
It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!