Tag: add moisture to dry hair
When a natural hair wearer complains that her hair won’t hold moisture no matter what product she uses, it is apparent to me that she needs to stop spending money on products and instead take a look at what is going on with her hair.
All over the web Naturalistas have reported a noticeable reduction in dryness, split ends and hair loss by using the baggy method 1-2x per week. They’re thrilled that such a simple method of hair moisturization has allowed them to FINALLY retain length.
Trap moisture into your dry natural hair using a variation of the L.O.C. Method which I call the L.O.C.S. Method. Moisturize your hair with specific oils, sealants, and conditioners to end fairy knots, split ends and breakage which prevents length retention.
Suffering from dry hair after a big chop, a reader writes to get help on modifying her routine. Suggestions are made to eliminate silicones contained in her shampoo, and to begin using 100% natural ingredients for conditioning like avocados and honey.
Properly moisturizing natural hair is one of the top problems that women have. Moisturizing natural hair can be easy with the proper combination of ingredients. Prevent dryness and breakage with a daily moisturizing spritz for your natural hair.
I always hold my breath when trying new products because my hair hates everything and breaks at the drop of a hat. However, Duafe Naturals Hair Milk delivered moisturized, fabulous results with defined, frizz free twists.
Enjoy the rich, softening emollient and moisturizing benefits of mango butter for dry natural hair with these three easy to make Shea butter and mango butter whips for dry hair and skin.
For many naturalistas, co-washing (short for “conditioner washing”) is a revered part of a hair care regimen. The term refers to the common practice of washing hair with conditioner instead of shampoo to avoid dried-out hair. Yes, co-washing softens hair and encourages growth by making strands easier to detangle and less prone to breakage. But […]
If you’ve been a part of the natural hair wave, you’ve no doubt heard of something called “Kimmymaytube Leave in Conditioner Recipe.” It’s very popular and there are dozens of naturalistas over on You Tube with their own variation of the original recipe. Of course I have to include a version I created using flax […]