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Daniella Mancini




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daniella_mancini asked:

15 Oct 2009

How To Disentangle The Hair After Shampooing and consider the cuticle




fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 15 Oct 2009

conditioner. there are lotsa of kinds, find whats best for you. there are detangling ones that are lighter, sometimes in a spray form, there are thicker ones, leave in ones, revitalizing ones, ones that stay in for longer then rinse out, Youll wanna look around-but yeah, conditioner is not only needed-it shouldnt be just an option for anyone who has hair.


mimy says:

Posted on 16 Oct 2009

yes. condition condition condition. and aboid brushing while still wet.

but you can find more details about how to do it here:

easier this way. good luck!


ahroarah says:

Posted on 17 Oct 2009

tip: run your fingers through your hair when washing it... that is going to help your hair from even getting tangled in the first place. yes, condition your hair, but don't put too much or you will end up with greasy hair.

make sure you are using a good shampoo/conditioner. most shampoos/conditioners just coat the cuticle, making it seem clean when really, it isn't totally clean. salon brand shampoos/conditioners are known to clean the hair better than $3 grocery store stuff.

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