Hair Type – Every Thing About It

Hair Type – Every Thing About It

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.

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Drying Curly Hair - Every Thing About It

Drying Curly Hair – Every Thing About It

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:

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Protein And Moisture Treatment For Curly Hair

Protein And Moisture Treatment – For Curly Hair

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. 

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.  

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LOC And LCO For Curly Hair

LOC And LCO For Curly Hair

Curly hair of all types has unique challenges. Maintaining moisture is one of the significant challenges. Therefore, there are many thoughts and ideas about the proper methods of gaining moisture. LOC and LCO are two famous and practical methods for curly hair. When it comes down to understanding how to moisturize natural hair, the process takes trial and error before locking in a process that works for your hair type. In this article, we are going to discuss all angles of the LOC and LCO methods and their benefits for maintaining curly hair.

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Styling Curly Hair - Every Thing You Should Know

Styling Curly Hair – Every Thing You Should Know

Like many other professions, taking care and styling curly hair requires knowledge; therefore, before picking up any heating tool, brush, or product, learn to distinguish your hair type. Getting to know your hair can prevent you from damaging your strands. You should be Knowing your hair type when choosing your styling method or products is essential.

After you have figured out what your hair needs and what is best for it, you should start trying the below methods to enhance your curly hair:

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Cutting Techniques For Curly Hair

Cutting Techniques For Curly Hair

If you want to determine which trimming technique is best for you, you should consider your personal preferences, but most importantly, your curls. It can be challenging to find the proper curly cut when curly hair. There are several ways to cut curly hair, each with advantages and disadvantages. We will explore a few curly haircut methods in this post. Here are five curly hair cutting techniques that may work for you to help you choose the right cut. You should look for a hair salon specializing in one of these methods and then decide which is best for you.

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Damaged Hair Follicles - Facts You Should know

Damaged Hair Follicles – Facts You Should Know

The hair follicle is a tunnel-shaped structure in the outer skin layer, the epidermis. The hair roots grow from the bottom of the hair follicle. Hair roots are made up of protein cells, and blood from nearby vessels constantly nourishes them. During the process of creating new cells, the hair starts to grow out of the skin. Hair growth depends heavily on your hair follicles. Suppose you’ve noticed Excessive Root Shedding, Dry Scalp, Unmanageable Hair, or that your hair has remained the same length for an extended period of time. In that case, you might be experiencing damaged hair follicles. Here, you’ll learn how you can tell if your hair follicles have been damaged and, more importantly, what to do about it.

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Shea Butter – The Mother Nature's Conditioner

Shea Butter – The Mother Nature’s Conditioner

Moisture is necessary to keep hair from looking dry and prone to breakage when dehydrated. In particular, natural curls and waves tend to absorb moisture. For maintaining the natural beauty of your curls, it’s imperative to nourish them with the right ingredients. That’s why Shea Butter can be a great addition to your hair care routine, not only because of its’ moisturizing effect but also because of its’ anti-inflammation effects and many other benefits that we will discuss in this blog.

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Curly Cut - Every Thing About It

Curly Cut – Every Thing About It

Curly hair requires a particular approach to hairstyles. When stylists use straight hair trimming techniques on curly hair, the results are uneven, chopped up, and unnatural cuts. When cutting wet curly hair, the stylist cannot see where your curls naturally fall. Therefore, having your trimmed curls in this state will not allow you or the stylist to see the actual desired shape. Because of this, many naturals, curlies, and wavies do their trimming and cutting. You may want to try the Curly Cut if you’re looking for a new style but aren’t sure what to make of it. The Curly Cut will help you get a beautiful, original hairstyle and make your curls look more beautiful than ever before.

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Harmful Ingredients Of Hair Care products

Harmful Ingredients Of Hair Care Products

Despite many hair care companies promising beautiful, shiny, lustrous hair, their products are often filled with toxic ingredients such as sulfates, silicones, parabens, and many others. In particular, unnatural shampoos and conditioners contain a lot of harmful ingredients. These chemicals strip your hair of its natural oils, damage the hair shaft, and also they are even carcinogenic. Note that even a glance at a product’s ingredient list can tell you a lot about its safety. Your hair will feel more fresh and beautiful when you use natural hair care products instead of chemical products that contain harmful ingredients. Even we can say that you’re saving your hair by using natural products. Here in this blog, we are going to talk about some of the most common harmful ingredients used in hair care products:

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Haircut - Things You Should Notice For Curly Hair

Haircut – Things You Should Notice For Curly Hair

Regardless of whether your hair is long, short, curly, or wavy, there are signs that you should check and notice. Getting a trim before you see these signs is more beneficial because the damage has already been done once you see them. If you can get in front of it, you will always have healthy, shiny hair that retains the most moisture, bounce, and body. You might end up doing more harm than good by letting your hair grow and grow. Sometimes, you can’t prevent damage from occurring, so here are some signs that you need to get a haircut.

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