How do I detangle my hair?
Does your hair tend to tangle? So much so that even the best hair detangler brush can’t get rid of your knots? This issue can be due to your hair’s natural characteristics (when it’s dry, curly or coily) or due to its length. Here are all the tips to follow and the rituals to use to leave your hair soft, supple and glossy once more.
Which detangling products should I use?
The detangling routine
Smoothing and detangling products
Use a natural bristle brush on a daily basis, which is gentler on the hair fibre than a plastic brush. Using it regularly helps to eliminate impurities and boost hair shine. Use it morning and evening, as well as before washing. In terms of detangling shampoo, apply a smoothing one with key ingredients that will coat the hair, and follow with a conditioner to make hair easier to detangle.
Here are the key ingredients selected by Sisley for smoothing and detangling hair:
• SHEA OIL : smoothes the cuticle, improves the shine, limits dehydration.
• HAZELNUT OIL : softens and smoothes the hair.
• COTTONS PROTEINS : rebuild the hair’s protein structure.
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Why does my hair tangle?
This can be for several reasons: your hair’s natural characteristics, its condition (dry because it’s curly, coily, colour-treated or bleached, etc.), or external factors. Wind, pollution, sea salt and chlorine can make knots more likely to appear.
Why does longer hair tangle easily?
The longer the hair, the drier its ends. This dryness gives the hair a “roughness” that encourages the formation of knots.
How do I detangle my hair without damaging it?
Use a natural bristle brush to gently brush from the ends to the roots, without pulling.
How do I stop my hair from tangling?
Use smoothing and/or coating detangling products and tie your hair up, preferably using fabric accessories, when you’re on the go.