Why your hair tangles when taking down braids


Hair tangling when taking down braids can be due to:

1. Friction: Braids can cause hair to rub against each other, leading to tangles.


2. Dryness: Braids can dry out hair, especially if worn for an extended period, making it more prone to tangling.


3. Matting: Hair can mat together, especially if braids are worn tightly or for too long.


4. Knotting: Braids can cause hair to knot, especially if hair is fine or fragile.


5. Product buildup: Using too much product while braiding can lead to tangling when taking down the braids.


To minimize tangling:


1. Use a wide-tooth comb or a detangling brush when taking down braids.


2. Apply a leave-in conditioner or a detangling spray before taking down braids.


3. Gently work out tangles, starting from the ends and moving up.


4. Use a microfiber towel or an old t-shirt to gently blot out excess moisture.


5. Be patient, gentle and take your time when taking down braids to minimize tangling.


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