Favorite Products for Slip/Detangling?

Today we want to know which products give you the best amount of slip when you’re prepping your hair for detangling. Please share!!

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Black Girl With Long Hair

Leila, founder of Black Girl with Long Hair (April 2008). Social media, pop culture and black beauty enthusiast. bell hooks' hair twin...


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85 thoughts on “Favorite Products for Slip/Detangling?

  1. Silicon Mix from my native Dominican Republic is the best for detangling/conditioning. Your hair is soft, rich, and the smell is great. give it a try

  2. I have been using V05 Moisture Milks (strawberries and cream). I just bought Herbal Essences Hello Hydration because I have heard so much about it. Anything that keeps the comb gliding I love.

  3. Hello Hydration works wonders on my hair. Once I put it in my hair in the shower, within a minute or two I can even comb it out with my fingers, and it feels soo soft.

  4. I enjoy using HE HH moisturizing poo & cond. It doesn’t leave my hair dry & brittle but makes it very soft & supple. While I’ve only been natural going on 9 mths, I transitioned for 4 mths prior to my BC. I’m new to this, ladies, but thank you soooo much for all of your product reviews. I can’t wait to try some of them out! Peace & Blessings!

  5. It used to be Nivea Deep Daily Conditioner, but now I’m using Talijah Waajid Detangler.

    Depending on how long it’s been since I last detangled, I can use a whole bottle of product to detangle, so I can no longer afford to buy those more expensive detanglers (Biolage used to be my favorite until they changed the formula).

  6. I just discovered Paul Mitchell’s Super Skinny Daily Treament conditioner and used it on my daughter’s hair last night. This conditioner is truly amazing, it left her hair soft, smooth, and moisturized as promise.

  7. Could someone please tell me what TWA stands for? and I love this site. It is so informational and so helpful,and I need all of the help I can get going thru this transition. Thanks natural chickas!!

  8. I am alittle confused by some of the posts about greasing your scalp. I thought oil was produced in the scalp and you only needed to grease/moisturize your ends. Im just wondering?

    • I believe it depends on the individual. My scalp produces ZERO natural oils or if it does it is such a scant amount that it is not detectable. Since I barely have any natural oils my scalp is ALWAYS dry. I need to keep it moisturized with oils.

      I think this is where the dividing line comes in where some people must wash their hair every day because their bodies produce so much oil vs those who’s body hardly produces any oils and they can go a long while without having to wash their hair.

  9. Hi,this is Junie Hickley,just found your Blog on google and i must say this blog is great.may I share some of the article found in this website to my local mates?i’m not sure and what you think?anyway,Thank you!

  10. i dont really prep my hair for detangling i only detangle when i wash my hair which is once a week but i do detangle i use color me happy conditioner by herbal essences which i mixed with the condiotioning tubes that come with the dark and lovely hair dye since my hair is dyed i also mix it with cocounut oil and argan oil. i also detagle with moisture milks strawberries and cream conditioner when i co- wash.

  11. I need hair advice!

    Anyone else ever have a problem with ends that WON’T stretch?? I try to smooth hair with a leave-in, and I can smooth it down from root to mid easily, but the ends remain a sort of fuzzy ball of snarls. help!

  12. I am from St.Lucia ( very hot atmosphere ), my hair is color treated and short (big chop) and naturally dry….my to go to conditioner ORS replenishing conditioner, after washing my hair with this,my hair feels soft smooth and my curls are define

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