Section your hair: Once your hair is wet and has a detangling product applied to it, it's time to start detangling. The first step is to section your hair. This will make it easier to work through the tangles in small sections and avoid causing more tangles and breakage.
Use a wide-tooth comb: Once your hair is sectioned, use a wide-tooth comb to start working through the tangles. Start at the ends of your hair and work your way up to the roots. Be gentle and take your time. Tugging or pulling on your hair can cause breakage.
Finger detangle: Another method you could use to detangle your hair is finger detangling. This method involves using your fingers to separate the tangles instead of a comb. This is a gentler method and can be more effective for detangling matted hair.
Use a hair oil: If your hair is particularly matted, you can use Organic Pumpkin Seed Oil Serum to help lubricant hair and loosen tangles.
Use a steamer: If your hair is extremely matted, you can use a steamer to help loosen the tangles. A steamer can help to open up the cuticles of the hair and make it easier to work through the tangles.
Be patient: Detangling matted hair can be a long and tedious process. Be patient with yourself and take your time. Trying to rush the process can cause more damage and tangles.
Consider a professional: If your hair is severely matted and you are unable to detangle it on your own, it may be best to seek the help of a professional stylist. They will have the tools and experience to detangle your hair without causing damage.
Avoiding matting: To prevent matting, it's important to keep your hair clean and moisturized. Avoid using heavy oils and hair products like silicones that can cause build-up. Also, avoid sleeping with wet hair on cotton. A silk or satin scarf, bonnet or pillowcase will protect delicate strands.