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Oct 21st, 2004 at 8:02pm
 
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   Does anyone else out there suffer from chronically tangled hair?  It seems whenever I try to go an entire day without pulling my hair back (which isn't too often!) I feel like I am forever combing my hair, trying to get the knots out and keep it from looking ratty.  I keep my hair trimmed, use good shampoo and conditioner (Biolage), but I feel 4ever entangled!  Does anyone have any hot tips on products or methods to keep my hair from looking like a rag mop w/in 15 minutes time?!  I will be anxiously awaiting!
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Re: Tangled Hair
Reply #1 - Oct 22nd, 2004 at 10:37am
 
Sometimes when hair tangles alot, it means that there are split ends that are catching on the hair and causing the tangles.  Be sure to check for splits and cut them off.  (You don't have to trim the entire length of your hair, just the splits off the individual hairs).

You might also consider a leave-in conditioner.  You could use a bit of your usual conditioner as a leave-in.  This can help tame the frizzy ends that catch the hair and cause tangling as well.
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