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When creating your hair profile, you need to identify your curl type and four characteristics of your hair: density, porosity, diameter and elasticity. These categories give you insight into your hair’s needs and what formulations will positively affect your hair. We will first look at the individual features of hair before we analyze the hair typing system.
You can significantly alter your curly hair by the way you dry it. Drying your curl wrong may cause frizzy and tangled curls. Yet if you dry your strands right, you’ll have beautifully silky coils. Taking your hair out of the shower and waiting patiently for your tresses to dry isn’t enough. These are plenty of tips and tricks to help your curly hair dry, smooth and soft before your next air drying session:
Human hair is a complex fiber that contains dead cells, proteins, water, lipids, pigments, and trace elements. As a result, your hair may need a variety of supplements, such as protein, moisture, vitamins, oils, etc. Your hair needs moisture and protein, but when it comes to how much or how often you need them, you might get confused. Sadly, there is no stable formula that can determine how much moisture and protein your hair needs. Add factors like chemical processes, daily styling routines, and even porosity; then, you can see why it’s not that simple. For a good start in this path we recommend reading Hair Type – Every Thing About It to learn more about your hair type.
In this post, we are going to take a closer look at protein and moisture treatment. So we will see what they do to our hair and why we need them.
The Curly Girl Method is a great way to improve your hair health and have more moisturized curls. It can help you to prevent frizz and have softer hair. In this blog, we will discuss every detail about the Curly Girl Method and suggest suitable products for this routine.