As we all know,Hair knotting is a very common occurrence,Especially those individuals with long hair (particularly if it is even slightly curly such as body wave human hair wigs,not to mention deep wave human hair or kinky curly hair) know what a torture tangles can be. The romantic notions of driving with the top down and the wind in your hair (or sitting on the windswept beaches) that movie and television makers are so fond of depicting never seem to result in the kinds of torturous aftermath for the people onscreen that it does for those of us real people. When my moderately wavy hair was long, a fifteen-minute drive with the sunroof open or the windows down resulted in at least twenty minutes of careful brushing to smooth out the snarls.
So, for those of you who know the struggle of tangles, here are some tips that will make taming those tangles easier. Just remember, one of the best ways to get rid of tangles is to keep them from happening. With that in mind, I offer the following advice:
I know you’ve all been preached to at length about the need for conditioner as a part of your daily hair care routine, but it can’t be said enough. Thoroughly cleaned and conditioned hair is silky and smooth, and resists tangles, especially if your hair is anywhere close to being straight. Even deep wavy, curly and coiled hair resists tangling when conditioned properly. One of the functions of a good conditioner is to smooth down the cuticle layer of the hair shaft. A smooth cuticle layer won’t grab on to the neighboring hair strands.
And I’d say at least 7 out of 10 women I see in the course of the day don’t condition their hair properly or with the right kinds of conditioner. Regardless of how often you wash your hair, you should better condition your human hair wigs EVERY DAY, and not just with a rinse-through conditioner in the shower. Most women with normal hair should also use a leave-in conditioner and detangler after they towel-dry their hair. There are several great products on the market, both in salons and at your local drugstore or supermarket.
Drying the Hair:
One of the biggest hassles of having long human hair, especially if it’s thick and curly is that it takes forever to dry on its own, and blow-drying is a necessary part of our daily routine. So, after you’ve finished your shower (and remembered to use your conditioner) be gentle with your hair. Don’t rub the towel across your head or in your hair. Instead, wrap the towel around the ends of your hair and squeeze the excess water from your hair working your way to the scalp where you pat the head and blot up the water there.
Try using two towels (most long-haired women find this necessary anyway) and wrap your hair up in your “hair towel” to form a turban and leave it there while you finish drying your body.
Continue wearing the “turban” while you dress and apply your make-up. This gives your towel the chance to continue soaking the excess moisture from your hair. When you’re ready to take your turban down, be sure to spray on your leave-in conditioner and massage it through your hair with your fingers. You can blot up any excess (to avoid dripping) with your towel.