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elleces 09-07-2005 01:40 PM

Can anyone recommend a good detangler?
I have been using good conditioners: Elucence MBC, MOP C, One Condition but I am still finding wicked knots in my hair that do not easily come out. Can you recommend a good detangling spray or conditioner that might help? I comb with my fingers generally.


lushaholic 09-07-2005 02:25 PM

Uggh, I know just what you mean! I still have tangles, but find One C to be the best detangling condish, especially if using No-Poo right before! No-Poo has some detangling qualities of it's own, so together they make a great detangling combo. But yes, I still get some wicked ones sometimes, like today I actually had to take the wide-toothed comb to a couple of huge knots. Sometimes I take a little One C and mix it with water for a detangling spray in a spray bottle. :)

spiderlashes5000 09-07-2005 04:14 PM

Have you tried Paul Mitchell The Detangler? It's CG-friendly...if you care. It's very good, but I also think OneC is very good, so you may not like The Detangler, either.

elleces 09-07-2005 04:33 PM

I will have to get some more One C and mix it with water, and I will try the Detangler by Paul Mitchell. I am following CG so a CG friendly detangler is a win-win product!

SweetPickles 09-08-2005 10:06 AM

Biolage Detangling Solution and a Mebco Shower Detangling Comb (from Sally's--about $2.50). My hair gets freakish tangles and both of these work really well for me.

lushaholic 09-08-2005 11:10 AM

Yeah, I was a fan of Biolage detangler before CG, but it's got cyclomethicone and a couple of other cones in it. :(

RealRedNCurly 09-09-2005 07:07 AM

Glycerin! The best and the cheapest, plus it's natural.

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