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How I maintain moisture in my hair

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    How I maintain moisture in my hair Moisture is a huge deal for natural hair, so it should be a very important part of your regiment. It will make or break your hair if there's not enough.Here's my basic and most of the time things I do to maintain moisture (unless I'm having a lazy feeling week that is!) Step1. I will usually wash with our coco conditioning cleanser. Step 2. I will follow this up with deep conditioning once in that week. I leave our deep Rhasaoul conditioner on for about 40 minutes. It could be longer...

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9 Ways I Maintain Length

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  9 Ways I Maintain Length What is length retention anyway?Length retention is when you maintain the length of hair that you have by not having breakage. Some curlies say they do so much , but their hair doesn’t seem to grow! Length retention is what needs to be addressed.Maintaining length can include techniques and add ons to your regiment. This will help to keep hair from breaking and you can then actually see that your hair is doing well.Here’s the top ways that I do this:     1.  Trim ends along with moon phase(around new moon)  No heat to dry,...

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5 Easy Ways To Maintain Moisture

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  (photo http://keepitkinky.net/long-natural-hair-lenora-from-martinique/)   Moisture is one of the main keys to having great hair.  If you have the proper moisture balance you will have less breakage.  I will share some of my personal favorite ways to maintain that moisture in your curly locks!   1.  Water, Water, Water- Drink up!  It's great when you moisturize from the from inside out. Also spritz hair with it between washes.  You can add oil or aloe juice.   2.  Protective styling-  Limit wearing your hair out especially if it's at the length that it can touch your clothing.  Try to do more...

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Benefits Of Using Nature Based Products

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  These days many people are deciding to use nature based hair and body products.  Some people do it to be kind to the environment. Some people have skin sensitivities or want better results from the products.    These are some common reasons and ideas why nature knows best!   1.  Nature based products are generally milder.   2.  Natural products won't strip your hair of natural oils.   3.  Nature based products can actually help repair your hair over time. With nature based products, you will actually see results.   4. They are safer for skin and scalp especially...

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What's Your Hair Porosity?

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Different Types Of Hair Porosity & Their Care Porosity means how porous your hair is, in other words how your hair retains and maintains moisture. (photo kenyankinks)   There are 3 types of hair porosity.  They are, high, normal and low. Depending on which you have should determine the type of product you should be using.   How do I know you ask? There’s a test!  Here are the steps:   Step 1:  Fill a glass or bowl with room temperature water.   Step 2:  Grab a couple of clean hair strands, put them in the water.   Step 3:...

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