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  • n. A product for removing tangles from hair.


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detangle +‎ -er


  • She and my brother in law told me that the detangler has been the most popular item in their entire household since they got it.

    Vancouver Blog Miss 604 by Rebecca Bollwitt

  • This is, thank God, a little easier than it used to be, because he no longer has to be kept in show coat, so I cut the worst matts out, and I can saturate his coat with detangler without worrying it will weaken the coat and cause breakage.

    skin as white as a cuttlefish bone

  • “That was because someone wrote ‘diva detangler’ on my conditioner.”

    Odd Girl In

  • I use lots of conditioner and detangler, and only go to hairdressers who really KNOW how to cut and style curly hair.

    Heidi Klum: Caring For My Kids' Hair

  • If your child has long hair, conditioner or spray-on detangler can help you avoid knots.

    You Raising Your Child

  • She reached into her shoulder bag and pulled out a travel-size bottle of spray detangler.


  • There was shampoo and conditioner, detangler, and then some kind of dry hair moisturizer.

    Frank Talk about Hair Grooming with Medusa the Gorgon

  • Standing me in front of him, he brushed my hair thoroughly, spraying detangler, which buried the coffee smell that filled the room beneath its baby-shampoo scent.

    I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone

  • We use a Target brand detangler thingie and it helps, but sometimes she is in tears by the time we get through the nest.

    Name That 80s Rocker

  • Design collective Quirky just launched this earbud detangler that looks like a pocket protector for the aughts.

    Cult of Mac


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