Dry hair.

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Dry hair.

Post by hairbliss » Thu Nov 30, 2017 8:47 pm

Ever notice that African/ black people always seem to have dry hair? What if we didn't have dry hair? What if we found a way to make our hair soft like skin? Would our hair transform into something more gorgeous? I've tried this but it's like no matter what I do my hair stays dry.

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Re: Dry hair.

Post by Hairhealthforall » Wed Jan 31, 2018 1:53 pm

If we had hair that stayed moisturized, then it wouldn’t transform to anything different, it would just grow faster and with less work. But since we have naturally dry hair, we have to do what we can and keep it moisturized.
You can try wetting it in the shower every day, and using a moisturizing leave in right after, then follow up with Shea butter or sealing oils to keep the moisture in. Keeping it deep conditioned weekly will help too

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Re: Dry hair.

Post by hairbliss » Fri Mar 02, 2018 7:53 pm

It seems so unnatural that it won't stay hydrated but you might be right! Ok. I'll try that.

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