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January 26, 2015


Question: What can I use for my daughters thin, straight hair? I currently use suave shampoo & conditioner and it gets tangled quickly.

OK, right there is a mistake, however unintentional. 2 in 1 shampoos are intended to not rinse completely clean, so as to leave behind a conditioner, therefore they do not clean thoroughly. If you’ve ever read anything in my blog (which is about wigs, not hair) I’m all about not leaving behind residue. It leaves the surface of the hair sticky, collects dirt more easily, and builds up to cause the knotting.

Switch to separate shampoo and conditioner. Make sure to get the shampoo all the way in, but also make sure to get it all the way out. Same with conditioner, all the way in and all the way out. If you may use a leave in or spray in conditioner, water it down, it’ll be Just as effective and not leave behind any residue.
You can stick to Cheaper shampoos, they are higher water content, therefore rinse cleaner. Nothing fancy necessary smile emoticon

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