Solutions To Hair Thickening

What You Should Know

 

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Shrinkage & Damage

One of the best ways to avoid shrinkage and maintain the hairs moisture is to use a hair diffuser.
If you are wearing a curly style and want to avoid a lot of shrinkage a diffuser helps to gently dry the hair but still maintains the hairs length while it is wet.

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Women Straighten Hair and Avoid Damage to Hair

Detangle the Hair – always handle your hair with care. Never pull or tug on the hair especially when it’s wet. If your hair is tangles take one hair at a time and slowly and gently pull the hair so it slides smoothly out of the tangle. If you get too impatient and pull the hair it can easily tear causing unnecessary breakage. Detangle gently from the ends upward using the fingers first followed by a wide-tooth comb. An excellent detangler is Infusium 23 or Terax Crema Conditioner.

CURLY HAIR TIP -Make sure you get enough protein in your diet. Dairy products and red meat are essential to having bouncy curly hair. A lack of protein in your diet will affect the color of your hair. For example, if you do lack protein, your hair color will change in color from black to orangey red.

Steam Treat Your Hair:Steam treatments promote easy absorption of water and moisturizers from conditioners to deeply penetrate the hair shaft. Use a steam treatment especially when deep conditioning your hair.

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Steam

Simply use a warm towel to cover wet hair after a shampoo wash or a steam cap for 20-30
minutes. Follow it with a warm then a cool rinse. The warmth of the steam will open up the pores and help remove any dirt on the hair and scalp. The cool rinse will close the pores and hair shaft to further protect the hair from any damage. This is an excellent routine to do every two weeks.

Extensions need pampering too If you are wearing artificial or human-hair extensions it’s very important that you care for your scalp during this period. These extensions can wreck havoc on the hair because they remove hairs natural moisture content but also they stop moisture from reaching your hair. While wearing extensions (regardless of whether they are artificial or not) always treat your scalp with a gentle massage using a scalp moisturizing cream or natural olive oil. A great scalp massage cream that’s not too oily or expensive is the Head and Shoulders Soothing Lotion for Dry Scalp Leave-in Treatment or the Jane Carter Solution Scalp Nourishing Serum. Carol’s Daughter also has a line of scalp treatments available as well.

Blow Drying Tip When blow drying your hair, it’s important to know that heat encourages static causing hair to become frizzy and fly-away.
The best way to reduce static is by misting your brush with serum or a leave-in conditioner to calm your hair down. Do not use hairspray as this will dry the hair more

Deep Condition Braids If you are wearing braid extensions don’t forget to condition them. Since braids can remove the natural moisture content from our hair underneath, it’s essential to moisturize. A great tip is using a bottle with a diluted mix of water and a few drops of vitamin E oil. Spray this mixture on your braids to promote moisture penetration. This with help prevent knotting of the hair as well as shedding when the hair is taken down. A good moisturizer is also important on the day you’re going to take out your braid extensions. Take Down Hair Moisturizing Cream is an excellent braid remover.

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Pomegranate Hair Secret

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I know it sounds strange but pomegranates really do make all the difference in having great hair.

Pomegranates are one of nature’s most powerful antioxidants!
Did you know that pomegranates contain the most potent antioxidants called flavonoids that guard the body against bacteria, harmful molecules and prevent premature aging?
The best part of it all is that you can eat it and wear it! Pomegranates are great at adding shine and removing dryness from the hair.
Try this Pomegranate / Cranberry Infused Shampoo product
• 2 ¼ fl oz liquid castile soap
• 1 tsp liquid glycerine
• 2 tsp pomegranate juice
• 4 tsp cranberry juice
Combine all ingredients and pour into glass bottles. Make sure to shake well prior to use.
Rinse hair and then lather in shampoo. Do not keep this mixture for more than 10 days. This natural shampoo should also be kept refrigerated.

Protecting your hair while you sleep

Satin pillowcase or scarf Sleeping on a cotton pillowcase can cause dryness in the hair. If your hair gets.
matted, tangled or breaks while you sleep, wrapping your hair in a satin or silk
scarf or sleeping on a satin pillowcase can help to prevent breakage. Ensure that
you don’t use a cotton scarf to cover your hair, as cotton has a propensity to pull
hair thus causing more hair breakage. If your hair is naturally dry or if it is
prone to breakage then it would be highly advisable that you sleep on satin
pillows, and use satin scarves, to wrap your hair.

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Why should we use a Satin Pillowcase or Scarf?
Satin pillowcases or scarves will not soak up the moisture from your scalp and
head like cotton. Many of your pillowcase fabrics can steep moisture as well as
oils from your hair and leave your hair dryer and more brittle in the morning. To
avoid this, you can try wearing a satin head scarf or use a satin pillowcase to
sleep on, as satin doesn’t soak up moisture in as much as many other fabrics.

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Satin pillowcases are good for hair retention as they allow your hair to slide
across the pillow easily while you turn throughout the night. This prevents
pulling or tugging of hair when you are asleep.
Dry locks break easily and you don’t want to contribute to unnecessary
breakage. Many women go to sleep with their hair simply hanging loose or tied
up in a ponytail, but sleeping on a satin pillowcase or with a scarf wrapped
around the hair can help to avoid tangles and also keep it tame.