Whether you’ve got super fine straight hair or coarser curls, there’s one issue we all have in common: fighting off those tangled knots.
It’s not just an issue when you wake up in the mornings. Knots and tangles form throughout the day no matter what you’re doing. Of course, the severity and frequency with which it occurs depends on the condition and type of your hair, which means there are ways to reduce it.
We constantly put our hair through damaging situations that leave it rough, frizzy, porous, or downright brittle. The more damaged your hair is, the more friction there is between strands and the more likely it is to tangle up.
To reduce the tangle, you need to treat your hair right and work on getting it as healthy and smooth as possible. That means using the right products, the right techniques, and making sure to avoid the biggest hair damaging mistakes.