Proteins And What They Do
Natural hair needs a balance of moisture and protein. All proteins can strengthen. Every protein has different characteristics.
If you want to know if you need protein or moisture, try this:
Step 1: Wet your hair.
Step 2: Get about an inch of your hair between your fingers. Stretch hair.
*The amount of stretch can show protein needs. If your hair needs moisture it won’t stretch at all and then breaks, or if it feels extremely rough and brittle.
*Your hair needs protein if it stretches a long way and then breaks (or doesn’t break at all), or if it is limp and feels gummy. (It’s too moist)
*Your hair stretches only a little without breaking your hair is well balanced. The amount of protein and moisture in your hair is just right.
- Penetrates hair and skin
- Forms film on hair for protection, repair, hydration and shine
- Has the most protein of all grains
- Helps to retain moisture
- Quinoa is conditioning
- It provide nutrients
- Provides great cuticle protection and damage repair
- Softens and smoothes
- Even after one treatment you could see:improved wet/dry combing, increased penetration and gloss of hair
- Provides powerful hair repair
- Provides conditioning amino acids
- Adds softness and smoothness
- Frizz control
- Improves manageability
- Great alternative to dimethicone
- Is one the most strongest fibers
- Great moisture retention can absorb more than 10,00 times it weight in water
- Provides conditioning and strength
- Offers the most glide and silkiness of proteins
- Adds body and manageability
- Improves elasticity
What's your favorite protein?