Your Hair isn’t unmanageable; Its Dry. 3 Tips to Healthier, Moisturized Manageable Natural Hair.
Source: Huffington Post As much as we try to deny it, natural hair is a science. People throw around terms like PH, dew points, and porosity on the regular. My hair has low porosity. [Yes, one of those scientific terms, again.] And understanding porosity was a major breakthrough in my hair regimen. Read More About […]
Here are 4 Super Moisturizers for Natural Hair that you should look for in or incorporate into your product stash.
The L.O.C. method is scientifically one of the best ways to moisturize natural hair when done with the right products and in the right order. Let’s explore 3 Reasons the LOC method works to moisturize hair and how it works.
Porosity refers to your hair’s ability to both absorb and retain moisture. Let’s discuss 4 Ways You can Increase Your Hair’s Ability To Absorb and Retain Moisture.
Proteins are the building block of your hair. Let’s discuss the purpose and benefits of protein deep conditioners. And why they are important to building a healthy hair regimen.
Could your dry natural hair be the result of misinformation from the natural hair community? Misuse of natural hair products could be the reason you’re experiencing excessively dry hair.
Deep conditioning is the process of fortifying the hair with moisture or protein. From time to time, your hair might feel dry and brittle. You might also experience excessive breakage or splitting along the hair shaft. These things can be an indication that a deep conditioning treatment is needed.
4 Things you should know before moisturizing natural hair
Dryness in natural hair is a common problem. We will discuss 4 things you should consider before moisturizing your hair to increase its ability to absorb and retain moisture naturally.
Do you have your natural hair regimen down packed but you still have dry natural hair? Here are some things that you can include to help prevent dryness in natural hair.