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    Oh wow....thank you so much, where would I buy the tangler tweezer please?

    I use curash 2 in 1.... I'm on the market for anew wash and shampoo for both kids.

    Yes, I think I've seen the Johnsons spray.

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    Tangle teezer...sorry

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    Tangle teezer changed our life. Also I use a leave in conditioner and detangling spray from Just Cuts which is great. Her hair isn't curly, but gets really knotty. I used to use the Palmolive detangling spray but much prefer the Just Cuts one. Worth the money.

    Our local hairdresser had a blog post on kids hair the other day which was good: http://www.petitechique.com.au/the-a...eat-kids-hair/

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    DD1 has very fine long hair that tangles easily. I had success with using a wide tooth comb to get tangles out then brushed. Also keeping it clean helps heaps.
    I don't let her have her hair out often & I prefer to have it plaited or braided. Fortunately she loves Frozen so I do her hair in "Elsa braid" or "Anna braids".

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    I use the delorenzo detangler spray for DD rather than the supermarket ones, I find it works heaps better.

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    Tangle teezer is in priceline/all hairdresser-y stores.

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    I bought my Tangle Teezer from Beauty Bay (a UK site) was heaps cheaper at the time. We have two and I love them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Oh wow....thank you so much, where would I buy the tangler tweezer please?

    I use curash 2 in 1.... I'm on the market for anew wash and shampoo for both kids.

    Yes, I think I've seen the Johnsons spray.
    Hairhouse warehouse.

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    Hi my DS has curly long hair too. (It's down to his bum now and about to be cut to just below his shoulders because he is 11 and DH and I are over brushing it and it is to long for him to manage).


    I agree with what others have said.

    Our routine for brushing
    Only brush when wet otherwise it just frizzes up.
    Use good quality shampoo and conditioner
    We have one of those detangle brushes
    After spending a fortune on those detangling sprays we now have a spray bottle that we mix conditioner and water in. We use to use this on days we did wash to wet the hair. We now plait the hair after washing and he leaves this in for a couple of days.

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    This stuff has been a life saver for us ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1456143481.014779.jpg

    And a tangle tease brush. We own about 8 of them now.

    Why isn't cutting her hair an option? I found with all my kids (all have curly hair) the baby hair was the worst and after I cut a fair chunk of that off and let it grow again the tangles were not nearly as bad.


 

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