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    Dd doesn't like her hair up, so I use a detangler spray from Coles and gently brush from the bottom of her hair and work my way up. She only cries or complains when it's really knotty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Hair shop? Target? Kmart?
    The 'real' tangle teezer is in Priceline and hair places like Hairhouse Warehouse/Price Attack.

    There are plenty of copies. They are in Target, Big W etc etc.

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    I got one from Kmart, see how that works, now I need a solution to put through her hair. I didn't get a chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    I got one from Kmart, see how that works, now I need a solution to put through her hair. I didn't get a chance.
    You can put some conditioner and water in a spray bottle. No idea on actual measurements - I used to just squirt some in and add water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    You can put some conditioner and water in a spray bottle. No idea on actual measurements - I used to just squirt some in and add water.
    This what i have always done. It works great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    I got one from Kmart, see how that works, now I need a solution to put through her hair. I didn't get a chance.
    We have the kmart one and it seems to work fine

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    My sister uses Tangle Teezer Salon Elite Detangle Hairbrush on her DD and everything is fine.

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    Thank you, I used the Kmart one today and it works fine. Now I'll try the water bottle and conditioner until I get a proper solution (from hair salon) I'll do research

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    You can put some conditioner and water in a spray bottle. No idea on actual measurements - I used to just squirt some in and add water.
    Same here!

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    My DD has thin, dry, curly hair and a stubborn independent streak that means hair brushing is a nightmare. We condition with 'grown ups' conditioner and then use a leave in smoothing cream when brushing. Works an absolute treat. Have used the Loreal version (was a freebie) and that was fantastic. Now we use the Pantene smoothing cream from Woolies which is pretty inexpensive and does the trick


 

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