I mainly cut my hair when I see a single strand knot. If I have tangles, I'll gently work them out only when my hair is wet.
I have cut my hair in the past to get rid of tangles, with disastrous consequences! I have since had my hair cut shorter which has got rid of the tangle problem. My daughters hair is very tangled in the mornings and I use a de-tangling spray which really works. Just spray it on and comb through. It saves me a lot of tears and tantrums.
I sure have. Attempting to untie the knot was going to do more harm to my hair than anything else so I got out the scissors and *snip*
no more knot.
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