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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22-02-2016 22:38 #21
23-02-2016 13:46 #22
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.
23-02-2016 13:52 #23
23-02-2016 14:40 #24
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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.
23-02-2016 14:53 #25
Ok, I'll trim it. Not a big hair cut.
23-02-2016 15:20 #26Senior Member
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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
23-02-2016 15:34 #27Senior Member
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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.
23-02-2016 15:37 #28
23-02-2016 15:46 #29
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.
23-02-2016 15:47 #30
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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