Long, short, pixie, bob, no matter what hair length or cut you have, no girl can escape the curse of tangled hair. If your morning workout is removing tangles from your hair, we have some tips that will allow you some time for the actual gym. Because constant detangling can do more harm than good to your mane, here are some things to keep in mind...

Make wide-tooth combs your best friend
 

Make wide-tooth combs your best friend

You’ve been underestimating the importance of having a wide-tooth comb on your dressing table. A sturdy, preferably wooden comb is always a better option than a hair brush, especially if your hair is prone to breakage. It removes knots easily in both wet and dry hair.

Start from the bottom
 

Start from the bottom

The most common mistake we all make is combing from the roots and moving on to the tips. Instead, first comb the bottom few inches of your hair and then work your way upwards. This will prevent hair breakage and hair loss.

Use your fingers
 

Use your fingers

Believe it or not, no comb or brush can detangle your hair the way your fingers will! Gently pull apart tangled hair with your fingers, this will remove most of the tangles and then smooth it out using a brush or comb.

Do not skip conditioner
 

Do not skip conditioner

Dry hair is more susceptible to dryness and breakage. Therefore, after shampoo never skip one of the most important steps of hair care – conditioning. It adds the lost moisture back into your hair and protects it from getting tangled. The Dove Dryness Care Conditioner controls frizz, prevents tangling and makes your mane look healthy and shiny.

Oil your hair regularly
 

Oil your hair regularly

Depending on your hair and scalp type indulge in regular oil massages to prevent dryness in your hair. Even if you don’t apply oil to your scalp, ensure that you at least apply it to your ends once a week.