Why does my hair tangle anyway?
There could be a few reasons why your hair is constantly tangling. Hair texture, frequency of brushing, exposure to wind, as well as the healthiness of the hair can all contribute to matting.
Your hair is more likely to tangle if:
It is super thick and curly
It is long and fine
It is very dry and damaged
You don’t brush your hair throughout the day
You sleep with your hair down
6 Ways to Fix Tangled Hair
Have you ever noticed that when you curl or iron your iron, it tangles much more easily? That’s because heat styling leaves your hair coarse and brittle. Talking about curls, they are more prone to tangling because they aren’t lying flat and will naturally tangle easier. Secondly, curling dries out your hair, leaving it susceptible to tangles. Heat-style your hair less to prevent hair knotting. If you absolutely should use heat on your hair, use a good protective spray to ensure soft and bouncy curls.
You only weigh your hair down with unnecessary product when you use hairspray. The more hairspray you use, the stickier your hair becomes. When your hair is tangle-free, your fingers run through them without getting stuck. Styling products hold the strands together and this will definitely lead to hair tangles. Save your hairspray up for fancy up-dos when you actually want your hair to stay in place. For other times, let your tresses enjoy the wind.
If you’re on the verge of chopping your hair off because you’re fed up of the knots and lack of moisture in your hair, you must try one last thing before going for the big chop—deep conditioning. Dryness and damage are major reasons for entangled hair. A weekly deep conditioning treatment can help you replenish the moisture lost due to heat, humidity, styling and environmental hazards.
Almost everyone around is dyeing or bleaching their hair. It is so unfortunate that your hair has to pay a price for all the fun you have with it. The harsh chemicals in bleach and dyes strip your hair of all the moisture, leaving it coarse and tangled. Once done, the damage is permanent unless you choose to chop it off. Therefore, try to stay away from hair colours as much as possible.
The fact is, however protective we may become about our hair, some hair damage is unavoidable. That’s why you must trim your hair regularly to get rid of split ends. Going for regular trims will bring life to your hair and hair with fewer split ends will tangle less.
Your styling tools can get up to 450 degrees hot which is pretty bad for your hair if there isn’t a barrier in between. A wide range of serums and sprays in all price ranges are available that can protect your strands from more damage. You can apply them to damp or dry hair; conditioning is an added advantage.
Brushing out tangles
constantly can be tedious and can cause more hair damage if you’re not
careful. We’ve listed our tips to prevent hair tangling for you. Do let
us know in comments below which ones worked for you.