Naturally-textured hair is by nature drier than straight hair, therefore, it is so important to supplement moisture to these delicate strands. The more fragile the hair type (the curlier your texture), the more important properly detangling processes are. If you do not learn how to properly detangle your hair, you will cause yourself a lot of headaches, split ends, and breakage.
Striking the perfect balance for your hair will take time and trial & error. But here are some tips I have gathered over the years to help keep that perfect balance.
Co-washing is the physical act of cleansing your hair with a conditioner instead of a shampoo to protect your natural oil (moisture) from being washed away with very harsh and drying sulfates.
The ethos of Bourn Beautiful Naturals is all about maintaining hair and skin’s optimal moisture balance in formulas that are both effective and feel luxurious. They achieve this through mainly vegan and vegetarian ingredients.
Prepping your naturally textured hair for the pool is all about sealing your hair, creating multiple barriers to prevent the chlorine water from absorbing into your hair weakening your hair bonds. Here are a few of my best tips on protecting your hair both before and after the pool.
Olaplex #3 is known as the Hair Perfector; it is one of the only two Curly Girl Method approved products from their line. This treatment works on repairing hair at the core by focusing on repairing the disulfide bonds in your hair to strengthen your hair.
There is no hair without protein. Protein gives hair structure, providing a physical space to absorb and retain moisture, color, etc.
Here are five easy steps (including video tutorials) showing you how to start the Curly Girl Method the right way!
Hair out of wack lately? Protein might be exactly what you are looking for!
Need light-weight moisture? Do you have fine or wavy hair that gets overwhelmed with regular leave-in conditioners? Well John Masters Organics has the perfect conditioner for you…