Can you name a greater horror than tangled hair? We bet not. Hair that is tangled becomes very brittle and combing those weak strands only makes things worse. Tangled hair is the root cause of breakage that leads to hair fall. Fret not, we’re here to untangle this problem for you.
A] DO’S AND DON’TS FOR TANGLE-FREE HAIR
1. BID COTTON PRODUCTS GOODBYE
Cotton pillow cases tend to create friction between your hair and the fabric which further leads to tangling. Avoid this by using a satin pillowcase. Satin weaved from soft threads, helps in eliminating the friction.
2. TOWEL DRYING
Rigorous towel drying is one foe that you need to let go off. Tying your hair up in a towel leads to major tangling which in turn results in breakage. Opt-out of this ritual by using a soft t-shirt or towels made of micro fiber.
3. POWER OF CONDITIONING
Investing in a conditioner is an absolute must. Most women forget the wonders that the conditioner can do. Spending a little time in conditioning your hair can save you a ton of time spent on detangling. Conditioners, with their moisturizing properties, work their magic on your hair and lock in essential nutrients that make your hair smooth. Moisturized hair will glide through and not get caught up. Pantene offers vast range of hair conditioners for all hair types; ensuring healthier hair in 14 days.
B] HOW TO DETANGLE -
1. REGULAR CONDITIONING -
Give your hair the love that it rightly deserves by using the right conditioner that provides the necessary moisture that your hair needs. It’s essential to use a hair conditioner every time you shampoo your hair. Understand the benefits of regular hair conditioning using Pro V conditioners offered by Pantene. Use Pantene’s Hair Fall Control Shampoo to strengthen hair locks and the Conditioner right after to moisturize your hair locks. These products not only complement each others usage but also make sure your hair is hydrated and well kept.
2. WIDE TOOTHED COMB TO THE RESCUE -
Using a medium-toothed comb will surely put your hair in a fix. Not only will it make it worse but also bring immense pain during the detangling process. Swap it with a wide-toothed comb that will make de-tangling a cake-walk.
3. START FROM THE BOTTOM -
Always begin the de-tangling task from the bottom. It’s crucial to work your way to the top from the bottom and not the other way around. We’re habituated to get the crown de-tangled first and then the rest of the hair, this technique would make your hair prone to a lot of damage and therefore hair fall. Let’s do our hair a favor and treat it the right way.
Follow these little steps and help your hair pass the ‘comb free-falling through the hair’ test.