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Anyone got any tips of how i can keep my very curly kesh untangled between washes

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my hair are very wavy and tangle a lot but my hair are not heavy  their quite light   so i just use one of those detangle brush, but the bottom is very tangly and i just use my hand to untangle the strands    not much you can do tbh!       but my hair are not heavy, i'd imagine heavy curly/wavy hair to be very difficult to manage.

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17 minutes ago, RajKaregaKhalsa1 said:

Anyone got Dhari tips to keep it straight?

dhari hair a really stubborn i dnt think you can straighten dhari hair lol     i think some guys use the straighteners but i personally dnt like that look!    even my mucha are curly lol!    i like it how it is tbh ...   

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10 hours ago, akaaliKhalsa1699 said:

I got extremely curly hair that is hard to keep un tangled and un knotted. Any one got any tips for keeping curly kesh under control between washes?

Do you have naturally curly hair, since birth? Otherwise our kesh-care routines might be contributing to leaving hair curly

Don’t be tempted to over-comb your kesh, and always be gentle.

A lot of shampoo removes natural moisture from hair - more chance of getting (too dry) & curly. Use oil if you don’t already. After washing let hair almost dry then apply small amount of oil. I’d recommend almond oil

 

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1 hour ago, RajKaregaKhalsa1 said:

Anyone got Dhari tips to keep it straight?

Beard hair is very different so only use beard products (shampoo, moistriser, brush). Your dhari hair will be in great condition and soft. Then just apply beard balm to get the straight tidy look you want 

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1 hour ago, RajKaregaKhalsa1 said:

Anyone got Dhari tips to keep it straight?

YES! Keep a spare kanga in pocket and every two hours or so use it to comb the sides of dhari WHEREEVER YOU ARE! Within a week u will pick up the habit. 

Only 2 problems, one is u may feel shy if in public and the other, u may feel about kesh falling on the floor so no satkar to the fallen hair. 

However if u can somehow over come these problems (there are ways) within a month u should notice your beard remains down and straight. 

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Maybe combing the hair before wash may help? And combing the hair twice a day as it is in rehat anyways but could reduce the tangles. 

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1 hour ago, Singh1989 said:

YES! Keep a spare kanga in pocket and every two hours or so use it to comb the sides of dhari WHEREEVER YOU ARE! Within a week u will pick up the habit. 

Only 2 problems, one is u may feel shy if in public and the other, u may feel about kesh falling on the floor so no satkar to the fallen hair. 

However if u can somehow over come these problems (there are ways) within a month u should notice your beard remains down and straight. 

Thanks veer ji, I'm that old and just had my Dhari grow out little. It relatively short at the moment but do you have any tips for taking care of it?

I've also seen some videos about using a hair dryer to straight your Dhari, what do you think about that?

VJKK VJKF

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2 hours ago, Singh375 said:

Do you have naturally curly hair, since birth? Otherwise our kesh-care routines might be contributing to leaving hair curly

Don’t be tempted to over-comb your kesh, and always be gentle.

A lot of shampoo removes natural moisture from hair - more chance of getting (too dry) & curly. Use oil if you don’t already. After washing let hair almost dry then apply small amount of oil. I’d recommend almond oil

 

yes its curly by birth

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17 hours ago, RajKaregaKhalsa1 said:

Thanks veer ji, I'm that old and just had my Dhari grow out little. It relatively short at the moment but do you have any tips for taking care of it?

I've also seen some videos about using a hair dryer to straight your Dhari, what do you think about that?

VJKK VJKF

I Never used a hair dryer in life as I guess I believe in the more natural the better. 

As for beard, be sure to wash with water everyday and don't forget to use either soap or shampoo at least twice a week on it. Soap's better as shampoo hardens it. Apply oil once in a while. Ideally after wash n not before. 

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On 5/17/2020 at 10:58 PM, akaaliKhalsa1699 said:

I got extremely curly hair that is hard to keep un tangled and un knotted. Any one got any tips for keeping curly kesh under control between washes?

I have naturally very curly hair. What works for me is heavier oils like coconut oil in between washes keeps it weighted down and not curly, I would recommend adding a natural hair mask too. I use Nature's Way MCT Oil...

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7 hours ago, $ingh $oorma said:

I have naturally very curly hair. What works for me is heavier oils like coconut oil in between washes keeps it weighted down and not curly, I would recommend adding a natural hair mask too. I use Nature's Way MCT Oil...

Amen, coconut oil for the win veer ji.  I add a few drops of mint, lavender and cedar oils to it and shake it while liquid then let it harden again. 

 

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