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    Default WCC: When do you detangle?

    Recently my roots have been getting super tangled whenever I wash with shampoo so I decided to try WCC and see if it helps with the tangles.Do you detangle after the first C, the second C of both? Any fave products worth trying?

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    Default Re: WCC: When do you detangle?

    I detangle before washing. Then wash normally, conditioner first time and on the second conditioning I go trough my hair with fingers. Let my hair complitely dry and then finger comb and comb with the wide tooth comb.

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    Default Re: WCC: When do you detangle?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pat View Post
    Recently my roots have been getting super tangled whenever I wash with shampoo so I decided to try WCC and see if it helps with the tangles.Do you detangle after the first C, the second C of both? Any fave products worth trying?
    My detangling happens after the entire washing routine. After the last C, my hair goes into a turbie towel for 15 to 20 min. When it comes out damp, that's when it's detangled. Oh yeah, and my hair is combed/brushed before the wash as well!
    WCC method (washing) --- Rinse-out oil (MO) --- LOC/LCO method (styling)

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