The Ultimate Guide to Detangle and Strengthen Hair
Just Imagine: One day, you wake up in a perfect world and detangle your hair without breakage. With minimal effort, you are able to style your hair the way you want. You did not have to go through a painful procedure of tugging, stretching, and stressing your scalp while combing. All you did was stroke the brush, and the snarls and clumps got sorted quickly.
Time to wake up!
Becuase it is not a perfect world, and you can’t detangle, comb and style your hair as smoothly as you imagined. But it doesn’t mean it is impossible. By employing the right tactics, tricks, and tools, you can get rid of knots without torturing your scalp.
In this guide, we will walk you through a step-to-step procedure of how to detangle and strengthen your hair to avoid split ends and breakage:
1. Find a Shampoo that Suits Your Hair Type
It is high time you understand that many hair troubles occur because of improper cleansing routines. If you are experiencing hair fall and multiple hair concerns, then your shampoo is too drying or too heavy for your hair type. In both cases, your hair suffers and keeps on getting weak, vulnerable, and prone to breakage. Good thing we have a suitable shampoo for all hair types.
- For Curly Hair: Biotin and Collagen Shampoo
- For Dry Hair: Argan Oil Shampoo
- For Oily Hair: Apple Cider Vinegar Shampoo
- For Blonde and Platinum Hair: Purple Shampoo with Lavender Oil
- To Soothe Itchy, Dry Scalp: Tea Tree Oil Shampoo
All these products are paraben and sulfate-free. You will find only safe, authentic, and pure ingredients in their formulas included after considering each hair type’s unique characteristics and qualities. They are suitable for daily use of the hair type they are crafted for.
2. Follow up With A Conditioner
Remember, ain’t no haircare without a conditioner. Conditioners provide a protective layer to the strands, compensate for lost moisture that took place during cleansing, smooth the frizz, tame flyaways, and make your hair easier to manage, mold, and style. Here is how you should condition your hair:
- After using your shampoo, remove extra moisture with a towel.
- Take just the amount of conditioner that fills your palm.
- Apply it to your hair from mid-length to ends.
- Make sure it covers each strand.
- Leave it on for 1-2 minutes, and rinse.
You can use a leave-in conditioner for lasting softness and shine. Try out Botanic Hearth Leave-In Conditioner formulated with lemongrass oil, rosehip oil, aloe vera extract, silk protein, and glycerin. This lightweight, fast-absorbing, and fortifying conditioner shields against pollution, Uv rays, and free radicals while allowing you to achieve any hairstyle effortlessly.
3. Part Your Hair In Sections
Combing your hair without parting them into small sections will cause damage and increased hair fall. Once you have applied conditioner, divide your hair into at least 3 or 4 sections. This method will ensure more manageability, complete detangling of all knots, less breakage, and maximum definition.
If you have curly, thick, and wavy hair, use Caviar Corrective Drops for easy styling. This serum tames frizz, controls flyaways, softens the strands, and conditions the hair for full coverage and complete UV protection. Caviar Corrective Drops are paraben and sulfate-free.
4. Start From The Ends
While combing your hair, always start from the ends. This way, you will have lesser chances of hair breakage and damage. Starting from the ends, work your way up to the roots, preferably with a wide-tooth comb. Those with curly and frizzy hair can also apply carrier oils on the ends to soften the strands and separate clumps. And most importantly, be gentle while combing through your hair because you don’t want split ends and break off healthy hair.
5. Define the Hairstyle
Finally, you have reached the last step—defining your hairstyle. Now that your hair is thoroughly cleansed, detangled, and smooth, mold them into the look you want with a matte pomade. Especially if you are after salon-like, slick-back, and refined hairstyles.
We recommend High Shine Pomade by Botanic Hearth. It has a hefty amount of shine-boosting vitamins, amino acids, and proteins that provide your hair with a smooth hold and silky touch. This pomade enhances the resilience and vitality of your hair while keeping your hair stay in place for long hours. It suits all hair types, men and women.
PS: It is preferable to detangle hair when wet or atleast damp. Detangling dry hair can cause unnecessary stress and damage to the strands, making them prone to breakage. Apply a conditioner or styling product if you are in a hurry and dont have time to wet your hair.
Congratulations! You have passed the crash course on detangling the hair with the least breakage. Incorporate this method into your daily routine and preserve the natural glory of your precious strands. More tips, benefits, and DIY recipes are on our blogs.