September is going to be a month of sharing other people’s content. Yay! Good for you and good for me too :-)The beautify of the reshare is that it introduces other bloggers to my readers as well as gives me a break in coming up with my own content LOL!
So, over the next month I’ll be sharing natural hair, makeup, skin care and other beauty related posts from others that I have found to be helpful and think you might agree.
These informative beauty posts that I will be resharing will typically not be found on the popular beauty blogs. You see, the chances are high that you have probably already read information that is available on popular beauty and natural hair blogs so I won’t bother with resharing that content.
Just know that, because the information isn’t provided by someone considered to be a beauty “guru” doesn’t mean the content they share is any less accurate. In fact, a lot of what you will read in the coming month will be spot on and specificially helpful for you if you have fine hair or are starting to feel a little like you are stumped for beauty tips.
Today’s Beauty Content Reshare is an article from Angel’s Ringlettes and the topic for discussion is “The Real Secret Behind Detangling Curly Hair.” This article has some great tips for those with fine natural hair even though it doesn’t specifically mention that it’s for fine hair. The tips provided on detangling curly hair will greatly help with length retention on any hair type but especially for those of us with fine hair.
I have a secret to share with you. In a moment, you will say goodbye to frightening wash days with regrettable detangling stories. In previous blog posts, I’ve outlined our detangling process–which remains the same to this day. Let me quickly bullet point them for you.
DETANGLING WITH EASE:
- Pre-poo (oil/conditioner on dampened hair prior to detangling)
- Goody (or any ball tip paddle brush) tool
- Start detangling at the very extreme tip of the hair ends.
- Detangle under running water with your favorite conditioner
- Work your way up the hair shaft INCH BY INCH under the running water
- The thicker your hair, the more sections you will want to work in. I like to make approximately 4 sections
These tips have helped us to detangle without any tears. Knots, tangles, rips and tears are at the top of the list why most people decide to put chemicals in their hair.
What if I told you that I have a secret to drastically reducing the drama from coily hair tangles? If you have already implemented the above tips into your detangling routine, then you are half-way there.
Stay tuned for the next September Beauty Reshare I’m diggin’ y’all