How to detangle natural hair is a question that I have received often. Patience is definitely half the battle but the other half is having good products and hair tools. I have tried a number of products but the one product that I cannot do without on wash day is Paul Mitchell The Detangler.
- Super rich conditioner
- Made of high quality ingredients
- For Medium To Coarse Hair
- Also for Chemically Treated Hair
- Triumphs Tangles
How I Detangle Natural Hair
Knowing how to detangle natural hair has made a huge difference in my ability to manage my hair. In a previous post, I shared a good product to detangle natural hair while dry. This post focuses on detangling hair while wet.
I part my hair in 4 to 6 sections and cleanse my hair with Nexxus Therappe. Even though it contains sulfates, it is not drying to my hair whatsoever. In fact, it is very moisturizing and I love it. It’s my #1 shampoo although I occasionally switch it up in an attempt to use up other shampoos that I have on hand.
After cleansing my hair, I follow-up with Paul Mitchell The Detangler. This conditioner is super rich and offers crazy slip. My detangling comb glides through my hair with ease. I’ve tried a number of detanglers and this one has been my #1 in-shower detangler for years. Working in small sections keeps things very manageable and helps me detangle natural hair really fast. I used this detangling conditioner while having relaxed hair and transitioning hair and it worked well even way back then. Just an all-around product.
After my hair is properly detangled, I follow-up with Nexxus Humectress. This conditioner is rich and moisturizing. It softens my hair within minutes without heat. This translates to a faster wash day. Afterwards, I apply leave-in products and air dry.
Finding a good detangling product is critical to hair regimen success and growing long, healthy hair. Paul Mitchell The Detangler is a consistent win for me.