When we wet comb, what is the one thing we all do? Take the comb, start at the front of the hairline and brush back. But, this is the worst way to detangle! Here’s why:
The way you detangle your hair can either hurt or help damaged hair affected by sun, wind, salt, and chlorine. combing your hair the
Are you combing your hair the right way?
Since hair is in its most delicate state wet, It’s most often recommended to wait until it’s dry to comb or brush, but sometimes, in order to detangle a huge mess (like how my hair feels after a drive in my convertible!) it is vital to detangle from the bottom up, starting at your ends, not your scalp. This is why you should switch to The Bottoms Up Method.
How will starting at the tips of your hair prevent unnecessary breakage from occurring?
“When you comb hair from the bottom up, you are working with less surface area to untangle at one time”, explains Fernando Salas, creator of White Sands Haircare. “Working in smaller sections like this is key. When you try to comb from the top down, think of how much hair you are attempting to pull a comb through at one time.”
For extra protection, while detangling, pair this technique with a wide tooth bone comb and White Sands Haircare’s Spray Leave-in Conditioner With its unique combination of green tea leaf and orchid flower extracts, these powerful anti-aging ingredients fight free radicals, while preventing tangles and tears to make wet combing even easier. It’s “Selective Conditioning” properties will also nourish & smooth areas of the cuticle that need repair the most. This targeted delivery creates an intelligent product that knows exactly where damage hides; giving the weakest parts more TLC after a day in the sun.