Post # 1
Hey! Does anyone have any good suggestions for a hair detangler? I have thin hair and it gets so tangled after I wash it. I feel like I’ve tried everything lately and I just keep ripping out my hair every morning!
Post # 3
You can try putting your regular conditioner in a sprat bottle with water to thin it out. I use Hairtrition detangler and love it.
Post # 4
“Living Proof” leave-in. You can get it online or at Sephora.
Honestly, I’m not usually one to promote products – but this stuff is AHHHHHHHHmazing.
I was never able to blow dry my hair by myself without the result being a giant frizzpoof mess until I started using their line.
Post # 5
My most recent attempt was trying the conditioner in a spray bottle with water. It didnt really work for me.
I got so sick of tearing my hair out this morning that I just threw it up in a messy bun! I will have to look into the Hairtrition product.
I was using a Biologe product & it worked ok, but I ran out so I just wondered if there was anything else I should try. Otherwise I need to go buy a bottle of the Biologe ASAP
Post # 6
@MrsSaulty: I know its an odd question, but do you box dye your hair?
Post # 7
I don’t know if you have ever seen or brushed a horses tail, but I use ” cowboy magic” products, specifically the detangler on my own hair.
You can get it on amazon 🙂
Or also most any leave in conditioner or spray in from the drug store should help!
Post # 8
I put infusium 23 in a spray bottle with some water and just sprits it in. It has always worked wonders for me.
Post # 9
I use Joico’s Daily Care Leave-In Detangler Spray.
It is light and does the trick without weighing your hair down, which is a common side effect in using leave-in products on thinner hair.
Post # 10
I use Aussie 3 minute miracle in the shower and then tresemme thermal creations heat tamer spray before I brush and blowdry
Post # 11
I love the “It’s a 10” line, that comes in a purple bottle with a pink cap. It’s a leave-in conditioner and it makes your hair so soft! It’s pretty pricey but you don’t need to use very much of it.
Post # 12
I love all Aussie hair products and they have some great leave-in conditioners.
Post # 13
I have very fine hair that gets extremely tangled. I make sure to brush my hair immediately before I take a shower and then as soon as I put conditioner in my hair in the shower I use a wide tooth comb to get any tangles out. It also helps evenly distribute the conditioner. This is pretty much all I need in order to keep my hair untangled but if I need an extra boost I just use plain old Johnson & Johnson No More Tangles. I think with really thin hair a leave in conditioner might be too heavy.
Post # 14
I use John Frieda’s Frizz Ease products and love it! They have a leave-in conditioning spray.
Post # 15
Thanks for all the good suggestions!
I am ready to cut all my hair off, but I am waiting until after my wedding.
Post # 16
I have had good success with this stuff (I have THICK curly hair) and it smells out-of-this-world amazing: