An Excellent How-To and Several Things to Consider

As you all know I am transitioning from heat damaged hair to healthy (naturally curly hair). I started in October of last year. Over the past(counts on fingers)...7 months I have learned so much and I want to share it with you guys. If you want healthier hair (natural or not) these tips may be helpful to you.

1. Cowash: this is washing your hair with conditioner only!( I do this at least once a week)

Cowashing is great for detangling, restyling an old braidout or twistout or just putting moisture back into your hair when it gets dry.

2. Deep Condition: weekly, this keeps your hair strong and can prevent breakage.

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3. I ALWAYS detangle my hair first with conditioner(cowash) before I shampoo and deep condition. This extra step prevents tearing at the hair to get rid of knots or tangles. After I started doing this I noticed a huge difference in the amount of hair that was in the shower and comb.

4. Use a small amount of shampoo, using a lot just to create a thick foam drys the hair out. Which will cause breakage and possibly an itchy scalp.

5. Trim/Dust your ends: I know we would all love long locks, but it's better to have healthy hair, over long straggly ends. If you don't feel comfortable cutting it yourself get professional assistance, but I would recommend doing this every 1-3 months. Depends on the condition of your hair and the goals you are trying to reach.

6. Moisturize your ends: even if this isn't done daily, try to incorporate a good moisturizer and oil to you list of products. Paying close attention to the ends of your hair.

7. Go with the flow: There will be days when you love your hair and days when you absolutely can't stand it. Accept and embrace everything about your hair. The length, the texture and curl pattern. Most importantly love what you have! Your hair may not ever look like Traci Ellis Ross or Corrine Bailey Rae and that's fine. We are all unique so don't fuss over what you don't have, just love what you do! It's okay to be inspired by another natural but do not become obsessed.

*Other obvious things to avoid: heat, chemicals and too much manipulation

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Notes - Your understanding is astounding! I appreciate you for sharing with us.

Posted in Dentistry Post Date 02/14/2018






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