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    My daughter just turned 4 and her hair is curly and thick. The tangle teezer doesn't work for her as her hair is too thick. My favourite detangler is the Avon one.

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    We have just agreed not to cut her hair.

    Would I put any conditioner in the bottle with water?

    The brush sounds good.

    Thank you all for your help. Appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    We have just agreed not to cut her hair.

    Would I put any conditioner in the bottle with water?

    The brush sounds good.

    Thank you all for your help. Appreciated.
    Ok that's your choice but just be aware baby hair can be a lot harder to control.

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    We use conditioner and water in a spray bottle and this brush I got from Kmart. A wide tooth dog comb also worked well!!

    Keep her hair trimmed even if you're growing it. It's much healthier that way.

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    Ok, I'll trim it. Not a big hair cut.

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    Baby hair is fine and knots heaps; my DD's hair is easier to manage now just having small regular trims and is still growing in length nicely

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    My DD has curly hair and I use Johnson's no more tangles mixed with bottled (or filtered) water in a spray bottle. I find the Johnson's on it's own a bit heavy on her hair. At the moment we wash her hair every night as it's hot here in Qld. In the morning I use the spray bottle and an Afro comb to brush through. Hairdresser told me an Afro comb is better to use than a normal comb on curly hair. I can't remember exactly where I read why it's better not to use tap water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauzy View Post
    My DD has curly hair and I use Johnson's no more tangles mixed with bottled (or filtered) water in a spray bottle. I find the Johnson's on it's own a bit heavy on her hair. At the moment we wash her hair every night as it's hot here in Qld. In the morning I use the spray bottle and an Afro comb to brush through. Hairdresser told me an Afro comb is better to use than a normal comb on curly hair. I can't remember exactly where I read why it's better not to use tap water.
    Yeah I found the spray made things worse! Haven't tried diluted though

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    Default Getting hair knots out and other hair advice please

    We use a Tangle teaser brush as others have mentioned also, it's such a god send and detangler, we're nearly out of a Chupa Chup brand one a friend gifted my daughter, but I spray that on each morning.
    DD3's hair has a life of its own, tangles easily as she has curls and with hers I run some Wella 'Luxe Oil' through her hair with my fingers and use the tangle brush. Works a treat and keeps her hair much more manageable and knot-free.

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    When DD had hair (before chemo), she had fine, wavy hair. I used the tangle teezer brush (mine's called Tangle Tonic) with a salon brand of detangler. They worked a treat. She would actually stand and let me brush her hair and the spray completely got rid of her overnight birds nest on the back of her head. I also use it on my DS if he has really bad bed-head!
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