More African women are beginning to wear their natural hair and this is fast becoming the trend. The natural hair has a great tendency to dry out due to its nature and and the African weather. Dry hair makes your hair look dull and will eventually break.
Shampooing your hair
In shampooing your hair, ensure you use a shampoo that is enriched in nourishing agents and moisture and will not leave your hair drier. And when shampooing your hair, ensure you gently massage into your scalp in order to avoid any rough friction that may cause damage to your hair.
Rinsing your Hair
Use lukewarm or completely cold water to rinse your hair as opposed to hot water. Cold will help close the scales on hair’s cuticle and seal in nutrition. It will also give your hair extra shine and smoothness.
Moisturizing your hair
A dry hair is lacking in moisture hence the great need to frequently and deeply moisturize to tame tangles and repair dry hair. When your hair is dehydrated, use a deep treatment at least twice in a week.
For optimal nutrition, leave the cholesterol on hair for a minimum of 5 minutes. You can also wrap your hair in a warm towel while the formula diffuses then rinse off gently. Also apply a leave-in conditioner.
Daily Maintenance of your hair
Use essential oils to daily maintain your. Tie your hair with a silk scarf at night. Also, remember to live a healthy life. Exercise regularly and feed well.