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Dry Brittle Hair Ends Hair Tips #3 Protein and Moisture Hair Needs
Does your hair appear to be extremely elastic? What about if it feels very hard and brittle to the point where it breaks off? Making sure that your hair is balanced with protein and moisture is important. Figuring out how to achieve this does not require an in depth scientific experiment, you simply want to go by look and feel.
Dry ends are devastating! Especially when you want to wear certain hairstyles that depend up nice smooth, healthy hair ends.When figuring out how to fix your dry hair, searching for that #1 hair product for your hair care remedies may not solve your dry brittle ends. There could be a single reason or multiple reasons why you are experiencing a bit of frizzy hair. The more process and hair products you put your African american hair through, the more difficult it is to diagnose such an infamous question..
“Why are the ends of my hair so Dry and Brittle?”
When growing your hair long (if that’s what you chose to do) remember, the health of your hair is a direct reflection of your knowledge about how to take care of your hair. If someone else does your hair, their knowledge will be reflective upon your hair. The thing we must keep in mind about black hair is that it wants gentle products and hair practices.
Dry Brittle Hair Ends Hair Tips #1 Hair Handling/ Hair Manipulation
The way that you handle and manipulate your hair is extremely important when preventing dry brittle hair ends, ultimately hair damage! It is very easy to detangle you hair while it is moist and slippery.
To detangle my natural hair, I use a cheap affordable Vo5 Strawberry Rinse Conditioner and an extremely wide tooth comb. Using a comb with teeth that are close together pulls harshly on the ends of your hair which leads to… (drum roll please)… DRY BRITTLE ENDS!
Dry Brittle Hair Ends Hair Tips #2 Overuse/Overkill of Sulfate Rich Hair Shampoos
Sulfate shampoos are ONLY neccessary when you have extreme buildup on your hair and or scalp so using them on the regular dries out your hair so much, that you’re probably convinced the Sahara Desert exists right on top of your head! Many who experience dry brittle ends often times use harsh hair shampoos to cleanse their hair. Use something a lot more gentle, and natural, I like Dr. Bronner’s Shampoo.
Also, aim to find hair shampoos that are made with all natural ingredients. If you want 100% organic natural ingredients in your hair shampoos, it can become exhausting trying to find that product. Even then, it may be not cleansing enough or too short of a life span for your use! Experimentation is key. Buying an all natural hair shampoo for black hair may be too expensive for you to afford, your hair probably wont mind using products that have chemicals or synthetic ingredients in them. I personally don’t have a natural product standard, I start cheap to see what works before things become more and more expensive. Below are a couple of Organic Natural Hair Shampoos that may interest you, all three have received some of the best customer reviews.
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