Wait, does that mean I can never comb my hair when it’s dry?
Honestly, if you want to avoid frizzing up your curly locks, you probably don't want to be combing it when your hair is dry.
But if you don't have time for a full hair washing session and still need to do some detangling, we recommend doing so by getting the hair damp first. Using a detangling spray or nourishing hair oil will help lubricate your curls and prevent damage.
And opt for a wooden wide tooth comb to prevent breakage as much as possible.
A wooden comb is gentle on the scalp and helps distribute sebum, preventing your hair from drying out.
You may be thinking, Is a plastic comb good for hair? A plastic comb can be too tough, producing static electricity in the hair and potentially breaking your locks.
As curly hair is more sensitive when dry, the main factor in how to comb curly hair without it getting frizzy, is to be gentle.
Comb your hair with care and don’t get too rough with those knots; it’ll only lead to frizz and split ends.
If you hit a snag, use your fingers to gently separate and detangle. Then use the comb to finish.