How to Avoid and Remove Matted (Tangled and Knotted) Hair

I learnt some tips on dealing with tangles and knots and since sharing is caring, take a look at what these pretty ladies have to show us.


What causes tangles in the first place? When you take down your braids, you'll notice the lint beneath the braid can cause the hair to tangle and knot up. The accumulation of water and dirt makes this a hard knot to tackle. 

In addition, when you leave your hair in unstretched state, it tends to tangle easily especially with new growth coming in. Natural hair can get tangled when not properly detangled before styling. How do you make sure that tangles and knots don't damage your hair? Watch these videos for more. 





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