How To Avoid Tangles and Knots
Having long hair can be hard, especially keeping the knots at bay. Below we have all the top secrets to achieve tangle-free hair:
The hair brush is your best friend and the first thing you should do is brush. Take it everywhere with you. Brush when you wake up, before you wash your hair, after exercise, after being out in the wind, before you go to bed. As soon as your hair moves around, the tangles develop so brushing often will stop them from building up and causing those big, pesky knots.
Avoid Washing Too Often
Washing your hair removes dirt and oils but it also removes moisture from your hair, making it dry and prone to tangling. By not washing your hair too often, it'll keep your hair healthier and prevent those dreaded knots.
Mask The Dryness
As your hair gets older, it naturally will become drier from weather, washing and heat styling. Putting the moisture back into your hair with a good hair mask is so important! Using a hair mask once or twice a week will allow the hair to absorb all the goodness and become hydrated and less likely to tangle.
Keep It Trimmed
Getting your split ends and dry hair trimmed will prevent tangles. Sometimes we’ve got to just bite the bullet and get it cut off! Trimming your hair every 6-8 weeks will keep split ends at bay, preventing dried tangles and knots.