Why Your Hair Pains You When You Comb It

 


QOTD:

Please my natural hair pains me so much while combing and it's very dry.


ANSWER:

When you comb your hair, start of by spraying it with a little water. Then divide it into sections. Apply a moisturizer to each section and then you can divide those sections and then take a wide tooth comb and gently comb from ends of hair to the root. After combing each section twist it before proceeding to the next. Untwist each section when done if you want to wear your hair out in an Afro.

How to comb:

https://youtu.be/rwYXY3SayJw


During your hair wash day, using a deep conditioner after shampooing can help soften your hair. Also using a leave in conditioner after your final rinse can help too.


If you are not moisturizing your hair regularly, your hair will be dry. Oils are not moisturizers. Use a creamy moisturizer instead and then an oil afterwards if needed to seal the hair. 

How to moisturize:   

https://youtu.be/-0ta-PH6vV0


Never allow your hair to get dry, check it daily to see if it is moisturized.

How to check 

https://youtu.be/ufPRBjN0yhw


Dry hair will break (cut). Hair that breaks will not retain growth so it will seem as if your hair is not growing.

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