Are you looking to change your natural hair care regimen? From daily styling to sun exposure to the occasional heating tool, your hair has suffered a lot, so you may feel overwhelmed taking care of the natural hair, don't worry, I'm here to help you care for your hair with ease.
As we all know, hair texture is just one of many distinct physical differences that exist between different ethnic groups. While hair growth rates, sizes, shapes, and textures are unique to each individual, we can see trends across groups. Have you ever seen extremely curly hair? This hair type is very common in people of African descent. African hair is not only often coiled, but also has a distinctive texture.
African hair is inherited for two reasons. For one thing, the texture is common among Africans and almost absent among other ethnic groups. Secondly, it is continuously passed on to children in each new generation.
African hair has a thicker, tighter frizz pattern because heat and sweat make the frizz tighter, thus creating a protective barrier to retain moisture. This means their hair strands are stuck closer together, and the smaller diameter of these curls generally results in less frizz.
Why create a separate hair care program for black women? As we all know, black women have abnormally curly hair, and a surprising amount of hair, but hair growth is slow. In addition, In addition, there are cracks in the cuticle of kinky hair, which make black women's natural hair drier and more fragile than other hair types, so their hair needs special care.
From my personal experience, black women with naturally weird hair are advised to wash their natural hair every two weeks, as this type of hair tends to be dry. However, this may vary from person to person and you may choose to wash once a week or even twice a month.
There is no doubt that curly hair craves moisture, and conditioning is the best way to rehydrate and keep your hair free from moisture loss. Make sure to condition your natural hair at least once a week to reap all the hair benefits that conditioner can provide. Be sure to focus on any dry areas, especially the driest ends of your hair.
A wide-toothed comb is the best option for black women with kinky hair, if you don't have a wide-toothed comb, use your fingers, don't use a thin comb instead, as this creates tension and may cause some of your precious curls to be pulled out. In addition, a good conditioner will leave your curls feeling soft, moist, and ready for the grooming process. You can choose to brush while the conditioner is still in your hair, as it helps provide smoothness and makes the process easier.
Leave-in conditioners are especially good for tight curls and updos, providing extra moisture to the hair and protecting it from damage. Therefore, leave-in conditioners are the best product for black women. They can also help promote the hair loss process. All hair types can benefit from using a leave-in conditioner, especially if you have dry, damaged, or frizzy hair.
One thing to note about leave-in conditioners is that they are formulated to be used after washing your hair and before styling it, so there is no need to rinse it out. Therefore, natural persons who regularly use leave-in conditioners should be aware of scalp build-up and wash their hair every 7 to 10 days with a mild, sulfate-free shampoo, which will remove any build-up, sebum, dirt, and dust.
Frizz can occur easily with curly and African-textured hair. Minimize the use of hot tools and dry your hair with a blow as much as possible. When styling your hair, use oil-based products or coconut and almond oils to prevent any unnecessary frizz.
Natural hair is incredibly versatile and we all take pride in trying different styles from time to time, however, without the right care or approach, our natural hair can become brittle and prone to breakage. Before you don't know how to properly care for your natural hair, take some time to create a perfect care regimen based on your hair's specific needs, and always consult a stylist if you're unsure.