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Naptural85 detangled her coarse, dense, Type 4, waist length hair in under 25 min.? Did I mention dense? It is very possible! In the words of my co-worker, "I wish my puff was at least the size of one of Whitney's sections!" Detangling is usually half of the battle on washday, but it does not have to be. There has always been a debate surrounding whether you should detangle dry, damp, or wet (Detangling 101) and Naptural85 reminds us of how much preparatory measures can help make detangling a breeze (i.e. pre-poo). Here is what you need:

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Directions

  1. Separate your dry hair in two sections, bunning one half out the way.
  2. Saturate the loose section with coconut oil being extremely generous 
  3. Cover your hair in Trader Joe’s Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner from ends to roots. Do not attempt to run your fingers through your hair. Use the palms of your hair to spread the product, very similar to the smoothing method.
  4. Secure the section with a ribbon tie and repeat steps 1-3 to the other side.
  5. Release one section and rinse out the product under the shower stream while fingerdetangling.
  6. Separate half of that section and apply more Trader Joe’s Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner.
  7. Detangle with the shower comb from ends to roots. Repeat the process with the top section.
  8. Coat the entire section with aloe vera juice.
  9. Seal with the Naptural85's DIY Hair and Body Oil.
  10. Twist the section and bun or pin away.

Overnight Treatment

If you want an overnight treatment or you are too tired, cover your head a plastic processing cap, leave the mixture on overnight, and rinse it out in the morning for supreme moisture. To prevent the plastic cap from slipping off, wrap a long sock around your hairline to catch any product that may run down your face while sleeping. After securing it with a sock, cover your hair with a satin bonnet or satin scarf. For even more security, put a t-shirt over your pillow.

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