Mum shares shocking photo of her daughter’s matted hair – and the £3 product that detangles it in an instant

A MUM has shared a photo of how she transformed her daughter’s matted hair to look sleek and shiny.

Lucy Jobbins showed the step-by-step process for making daughter Penelope’s locks look incredible – and she swears by a £3 product. 

Taking to the Facebook group Family Lockdown Tips & Ideas, she said: “I’ve seen loads of parents asking how to avoid the hell of detangling hair after bath time. I have the answer!

“I’ve never had to try anything other than these products on my daughter that I have always used on my own hair.

“I can’t even get a brush through her hair without this stuff.”

Firstly, she washes Penelope’s hair with Aussie shampoo and conditioner and then towel dries.


She then sprays a heat defence spray everywhere but roots.

Then, she rubs two pumps of got2be £3 oil in her hands and applies it to the hair, focusing on the knotty sections and avoiding the roots. 

Lucy leaves the oil for a few minutes and then brushes the hair, before using a hairdryer. 

LUCY’S HAIR DETANGLING PROCESS

  • Wash with Aussie shampoo and conditioner
  • Towel dry
  • Heat defence spray everywhere but roots
  • Rub oil into your hands and rub everywhere but roots
  • Leave for a couple of minutes
  • Brush from the bottom section up
  • Hair dry it



She added: “I feel sick every time I wash her hair thinking ‘I’m never gonna get a brush through this mess’ but it works… every time!”

The finished result looks extremely soft, without a knot in sight.

Many parents have praised her efforts, with one saying: “I think I’ll use this on my hair!!”

Another added: “Her hair is lovely. Will try this with my little one.”

We shared how a mum raves about £10 Boots detangling brush which transformed her daughter’s curly hair.

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