It’s been 2 months since the UK went into lockdown and let’s face it, unless you’ve opted for the 2007 Britney Spears look, our hair is starting to show it!

Fortunately the #ElectricFamily is here to offer our expertise to help you tackle those tangled locks. After all, lockdown or no lockdown, we all feel better about ourselves when our hair is looking great!

Follow these steps to vanquish your tangled hair woes:

Step 1 - Shampoo

Apply your shampoo to wet hair. Massage it well,
focusing on the scalp and root area until you get
a rich airy lather. 

Rinse well and proceed on to step 2…

Step 2 - Towel dry by blotting

It’s important to gently towel dry your hair by blotting,
rather than a rough towel dry. Grab a section of your
hair and gently blot and squeeze it with the towel,
working from the roots all the wall to the tips. Keep
doing this with each section until your hair is totally
towel-dried. Your hair will still be damp, but no
longer dripping wet.

Step 3 - Use a Treatment Masque

For the absolute best results we recommend you
then apply a nourishing Treatment Masque to towel
dried hair. Apply this by mainly targeting the mid
lengths and ends.

Leave this on for 10 minutes before rinsing
thoroughly. Wearing a warm towel or plastic shower
cap during this process is ideal as heat helps the
ingredients penetrate the cuticle and feed the cortex
(the inner part of your hair).

Step 4 - Conditioner

Apply a nourishing conditioner to your hair, focusing
on your mid-lengths and ends.  This is a very
important step as it then closes the cuticle again
once the Treatment Masque has worked its
revitalising magic!

For best results we recommend leaving this on for
5 - 10 minutes before combing it through and rinsing

Step 5 - Prep Spray

Apply a generous amount of P*-4 Preparation Spray
on gently towel dried hair. It’s important to do this
before attempting to comb or brush your hair.

Then, using a Tangle Teezer, a wet brush or a wide
tooth comb, comb your hair by starting on the ends.

We then recommend braiding your hair loosely, or
leaving it to fully dry naturally.