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    Default Best detangle solution

    Please give me your best product for my little girl...her hair gets knotty and it Hurts her when I try to brush her hair.

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    A Tangle Teezer brush is my best suggestion. My daughter has thin wavy hair that gets matted up every single day. The brush has been a godsend for us. I own several now as I'm too scared of losing them.

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    A Tangle Teezer brush and lots of detangling spray, it's the only way I can brush DDs thick curly hair without her screaming.

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    A tangle teezer, any leave in conditioner/detangling spray and plaiting their hair before bed.

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    Hair shop? Target? Kmart?

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    I ordered mine from Beauty Bay (a U.K. Shop) as they were harder to find when I got mine but I think they are everywhere now. Try Priceline and stuff

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    Got my brush from Priceline, and the detangling spray is just the kids Johnsons one from woolies

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    We use the Avon detangler spray, I tried Johnsons and didn't like it. She has really thick wavy hair and the tangle teeser brushes take ages to get through her hair, the whole time with her still screaming. So I just use a cushion large rectangle brush so at least the job is over quicker.

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    I've found prevention is better than cure and loosely braiding DD's hair for bed helps keep the knots at bay. If I don't she wakes up with dreadlocks in the morning.

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    I use United 7 second spray it's a god send for my daughters hair she refuses to wear her hair up etc I also brush with tangle teaser but she hates them. My hair dresser says not to brush curly hair but use fingers in shower when washing


 

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