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    Posted: Feb 05 2014 at 3:48pm
Hi, I have Queens Hair Products hair and it's going on strong, but it tangles at the nape. I know it's because when I received the hair, the 18 in bundle(my longest) was really dry and the ends were fried looking with split ends. Now it tangles at the nape and i don't know how to fix it. It's only that bundle and it's always dry back there. Any suggestions?
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You have any silicon mix, if not order some.
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Originally posted by Princess Grace Princess Grace wrote:

You have any silicon mix, if not order some.

Can I use silicon Mix while my hair is installed?
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Yes its shampoo and conditioner
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I may also be your scarf or coat causing it.....its the rubbing...you may need to pintail it to avoid the friction.
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Originally posted by mizzsandra00 mizzsandra00 wrote:

I may also be your scarf or coat causing it.....its the rubbing...you may need to pintail it to avoid the friction.

The tangling happens after my hair is dry after I've cowashed it. It's like the rest of my hair is moisturized but the back is dry and it is lifeless and starts to tangle and shed, but ONLY the back. Confused
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Originally posted by Princess Grace Princess Grace wrote:

Yes its shampoo and conditioner

What does silicon mix do for the hair btw?
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take out a few of those bottom tracks.
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Originally posted by sweetApples9 sweetApples9 wrote:

Originally posted by Princess Grace Princess Grace wrote:

Yes its shampoo and conditioner

What does silicon mix do for the hair btw?

puts a coating on the hair so it will behave. if a seller is selling slightly iffy hair they use silicon to make the hair look and act right, that is why in most cases after a few shampoos the weave starts to  turn on you because the coating they used is washed away.
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Originally posted by Princess Grace Princess Grace wrote:

Originally posted by sweetApples9 sweetApples9 wrote:

Originally posted by Princess Grace Princess Grace wrote:

Yes its shampoo and conditioner


What does silicon mix do for the hair btw?


puts a coating on the hair so it will behave. if a seller is selling slightly iffy hair they use silicon to make the hair look and act right, that is why in most cases after a few shampoos the weave starts to  turn on you because the coating they used is washed away.
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