Are you tired of getting your hair done and every time you take down your hair your real hair is dry and brittle???
Well believe it or not a lot of women go through this and it’s because of spilt ends, lack of *natural moistures* and no blood circulation through your scalp.
Below we will list a few steps to pointing you in the right direction to healthy hairs.
Steps to Healthier Hair
1) Stay away from Acid Base products
There are a lot of hair products that use chemicals that will strip your hair from its natural moisture, promoting damage and breakage.
2)Deep condition your hairs with an oil/crème mask:
Shea Butter (microwave a nice portion and add one of the oils listed below)
Queen Helene: Cholesterol Conditioner is great for a mask you can leave it on for at least 45 minutes once a week.
Oils that you can use to stimulate hair growth along with moisture:
· Castor Hair Oil:
· Bhringraj Oil
· Olive Oil
· Sesame Oil
· Argon Oil
· Jojoba Oil
· Coconut Oil
3) Get your ends professionally clip every 10-12 weeks (cut just an eighth of an inch off)
4) Prior to styling your hair if you’re getting a protective style saturate your hair with natural Shea Butter/ Coconut Oil.
While wearing your protective style if there isn’t any adhesive involved you can also purchases a transparent plastic squeeze bottle that allows you to mix your natural crèmes and oils together to apply to your scalp throughout your styles. This will also help your natural hair to stay moisturized to prevent it from drying, matting, tangling and breakage.
Did you know that brushing your hair is a form of dry shampooing? Proper brushing can eliminate waste materials, including deposits of uric acid crystals, catarrh and other acids and impurities that build up and become encrusted on the scalp.
I know like many when we brush our hair, we don’t pay attention to the type of brush we’re using and WE SHOULD!
To brush your hairs properly while gaining benefit we all should use natural bristle brushes. It’s recommended that we brush 3 times a day with slow strokes and then massage your scalp slowly. It also helps stimulate sebaceous glands and promotes circulation in the scalp.
boar bristle brushes are good at distributing your scalp’s natural oils down your hair and being extra-gentle on strands too.