Combing?

RaynesRaynes Posts: 7Registered Users
Well I've decided my wavy hair looks much better when combed, as if it isn't it just clumps up and looks horrid. But just a few questions, are there specific types of combs which are good for wavy hair? Whens the best time to comb, after I wash my hair?

Comments

  • asianrunnerasianrunner Posts: 2,251Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    I think the best time is right after you put conditioner in your hair in the shower. I also use a wide tooth comb.
    Coarse texture, normal-high porosity, normal elasticity (Komaza Care), very weak waves
    cleanser: Redken Fresh Curls Shampoo, CJ Daily Fix

    rinse out: GVP Conditioning Balm, CJ Beauticurls, CJ Smoothing

    jellies/creams: CR Curl Maker, KCCC
    gels: CJ CQ, CJ Pattern Pusha, BRHG

  • AlycatAlycat Posts: 58Registered Users
    I use a Denman brush before diffusing, lightly after diffusing and then when needed during the day - makes my wavy/curly mess look more organised and more curly.
  • geckogecko Posts: 313Registered Users
    For detangling, comb your hair with a wide tooth shower comb while it has conditioner in it (and/or while rinsing it out for added slip).

    For setting the hair for smoothness or clumping, comb with a fine tooth comb or Denman brush as late in the wet routine as you can without messing up styling method. If you are going to style upside down, comb upside down. Combs without sharp ends or burr spots are best (duh). See super soaker method for one combing variation.

    To neaten messed up hair (esp crown), I use a wide tooth comb or fingers. Have this one at home and this smaller one in my purse (always have fingers with me!).
    m-c iii-ii | loose spirals with ringlets

Leave a Comment

BoldItalicStrikethroughOrdered listUnordered list
Emoji
Image
Align leftAlign centerAlign rightToggle HTML viewToggle full pageToggle lights
Drop image/file