Queen Bee QT: How to Get Tangled Hair Out of a Necklace

Written by Angela Atkinson

Every time I turn around, I’m pulling my hair out of my necklaces. And I’m not going to lie to you–there have been a few times where I’ve just gone out and bought a new chain to replace one that just got too “hairy” to handle. But after learning this really simple trick, I realize how much money I’ve wasted. 

I probably should’ve already known this, but it never occurred to me. So after a quick Google search one particularly rushed afternoon, I discovered a few different options for getting tangled hair out of a necklace. 

Nair or other depilatory cream

I didn’t try the Nair because, honestly, I didn’t want to deal with the mess. But I’ve heard from several others that the stuff will take the hair out of any necklace in 6 minutes flat. 

Clippers, scissors, etc.

Several people advised going with the basics: scissors or toenail clippers used to clip the hair and then tug it out of the necklace with your fingers. Personally, I found this method to be one that would take too long and one that I was already finding fairly ineffective. 

Fire, fire, fire

Yes, it turns out that it’s all about the flames. A quick dip in the flame of a candle and a swipe of a clean, dry cloth and the necklace looked like brand new. Disclaimer: don’t try this at home unless you’re an adult over the age of 18 who understands that I cannot be responsible for any damage you may cause to your jewelry. This worked for me, and it may or may not work for you. 

Any tips for getting tangled hair out of necklaces? Share in the comments section, below. 

 

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  • Angela Atkinson is a certified trauma counselor and the author of more than 20 books on narcissism, narcissistic abuse recovery, and related topics. A recognized expert on narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder who has studied and written extensively on narcissistic personality disorder and narcissistic abuse in toxic relationships since 2006, she has a popular narcissistic abuse recovery YouTube channel. Atkinson was inspired to begin her work as a result of having survived toxic relationships of her own. Atkinson offers trauma-informed narcissistic abuse recovery coaching and has certifications in trauma counseling, life coaching, level 2 therapeutic model, CBT coaching, integrative wellness coaching, and NLP. She is a certified trauma support coach and certified family trauma professional. She also has a professional PTSD counseling certification. Her mission is to help those who have experienced the emotional and mental devastation that comes with narcissistic abuse in these incredibly toxic relationships to (re)discover their true selves, stop the gaslighting and manipulation, and move forward into their genuine desires – into a life that is exactly what they choose for themselves. Along with her solution-focused life coaching experience, Atkinson’s previous career in journalism and research helps her to offer both accurate and understandable information for survivors of abuse in a simple-to-understand way that helps to increase awareness in the narcissistic abuse recovery community. Atkinson founded QueenBeeing.com Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Support, the SPANily Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Support Groups and the Life Makeover Academy. She offers individual and group coaching for victims and survivors of narcissistic abuse here at QueenBeeing.com and at NarcissisticAbuseRecovery.Online.

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