7 Ways to Keep Your Single Strand Knots to a Minimum

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January 19, 2012 ‐ By Dolapo Roberts

If you’re natural, you’re sure to have a number of these annoying single strands knots (aka fairy knots) lurking around your hair. To be honest, they are totally normal due to the structure of afro-textured hair and there is nothing you can do to get rid of all of them—unless, of course, you choose to cut your hair. However, there are ways to keep them at an absolute minimum. Keep reading to find out how!

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  • Jolie

    Good point about the wash n go! My hair is mid-back and wash n go’s take about as much effort as blow out now ..smh

  • Shelourb

    Great suggestions…I notice that lately I been having a lot of knots in my hair and want to scream. But I guess I’ll manage with the detangler sprays I bought.

    Ps….thanks for letting me know about washing my hair while its in braids….new info :-)

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  • Zim

    Ha ha! I tend to play with the natural coils of my hair, especially just before relaxing. I told a friend of mine that I actually like the way how my natural hair feels when its growing out – she thinks I have issues. She likes her hair to lay straight so she loves that creamy crack!

    Very good tips. (I’ll try to keep my hands out of my hair.)

    Thanks.

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