Detangling your natural hair can be super frustrating [and that is putting it kindly].
However, pain-free detangling is possible and requires proper planning, use of the right techniques and adoration from sensitive scalps.
The absolute challenge lies with ridding yourself of old thoughts that appear as solutions. You know you've had several. They sound like this:
Wait. wait. wait. We have great news. Detangling natural hair is a simple and rewarding skill that anyone with natural curls or afro-textured hair can learn. That's what this post intends to teach you.
[Bonus, Felicia Leatherwood Detangler Brush Review]
Sisterlocks are superfine, but if you are considering, beginning, or caught in the thick of things, it is a good idea to shine the light on some myths, get some useful facts and best of all, get practical tips from Nu-Loc Natural Hair & Spa’s Master Loctician, and Certified SisterLoc Consultant, Finele Anderson.
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Let's begin. Shall we?
Allow me to introduce myself. I am Rochelle a.k.a Faizah, owner of Don’t Break the Comb in St. Martin (Caribbean). If you are new, welcome. If you’ve been following, thank you. If you’ve signed up, welcome to the family.
Don't Break the Comb, firstly, promotes the versatility and beauty of natural hair, presenting carefully-selected images to combat negativity, misrepresentation and fear regarding a black woman's natural hair.