Quick Detangle Tutorial

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

So we promised a series of natural hair tutorials and here's one for you: a quick detangle time saver that's both effective and easy to do. Sidenote: we are really getting a handle on this vlogging thing! Yay us! 

Enough chit chat; on to the video!


If you have any questions, feel free to hit us up on the comment section below.

Wait wait - before you say it, we know, Nyachomba's hair has a somewhat "loose" curl pattern, so we will demonstrate the same technique on Mary's curlier hair in upcoming videos.

Enjoy the day good people.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

when you rinse out the conditioner, do you undo the twists, then re-twist them, or do you kind of just squeeze the conditioner out with the water?

Nyachomba said...

I don't undo the twists! I just rinse the twists and undo them later!

Anonymous said...

thanks :]
btw, i'm so glad i found this website after reading the article in the paper! you guys are really doing a good job! now it's as though i don't really have to go to curlynicki.com anymore!

Anonymous said...

yay! been wondering how to save time detangling...didnt know about the coconut oil trick :) will try this out...thanks!

curvy clover said...

hey u have nice hair, what is ur hair type?

Nyachomba said...

Hey Curvy clover..not a fan of hair typing at all...but my hair has all kinds of types...the front is very loose almost 3c and the middle is super kinky 4b while the back and sides are 4a..hope that helps

UmiG said...

Where did you buy your section clips?

Nyachomba said...

Hi I got them from Super Cosmetics..cant remember how much but possibly about Kshs 50 each