One problem that no woman wants to deal with is tangled hair. However, it happens to the best of us – after a windy day or hours of wearing an intricate up-do, it can be challenging to get the knots out of your locks. That being said, there are a few ways that you can reduce the number of tangles you have to deal with regularly.

First, All Women’s Talk claims that it’s critical to condition your hair every time you wash. Conditioner can do wonders for locks that are frequently found in messy bunches by softening and smoothing themĀ out. Just be sure to choose a conditioner that works for your specific hair type, whether it’s naturally oily or dry.

Next, be sure to brush out your hair thoroughly before hitting the shower. This can give you less of a problem to deal with once it comes time to comb. Finally, be mindful of how much hair product you use in your do. Certain items such as hair spray and gel can cause your locks to become sticky, making it more challenging to eliminate tangles at the end of the day.

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Lia is a self-professed beauty and skincare fanatic from North Andover, Massachusetts, who's always looking to see which trends will be hot next and what products are the most effective. From lipstick to eyeshadow to nighttime moisturizer, she's constantly lusting after new arrivals and adding them to her must-try list. After checking out numerous products and reading up on the latest trends, Lia's become a beauty expert who can guide you through the ins and outs of makeup and skincare. My favorite beauty product is... - Lip gloss. I can never seem to get enough. Can't leave the house without my... - Moisturizer. I feel so dry without it! I would describe my style as... - Casually done-up, with glamorous looks for nights out!


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