Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Hair care: Homemade cares for curly and afro hair

Hello pretty women,
Only  who those have a curly hair or afro hair know how it is hard  to take care of them. So many women with this type of hair choose to straighten them for the ease of caring of straight hair. And this excess chemical products end up for leaving the hair very thin, brittle hair, dull and unhealthy, and many times leads to hair loss and reducing the hair volume. I been there, done that!!!!
Check out some tips I prepared for you. I hope you like it.

curly hair

Keep curls defined with curly activator. Keep the product in the bag and spray it in your time to time throughout the day.

Combat the dryness  doing weekly hydration. Prefer the wheat amino acids masks and shea butter.

If you want to dry your naturally, all right: just apply leave-in for the curls hair in damp hair.

Use a cosmetic volume reducer based on aloe vera and proteins - retains moisture and tames the hair.

Wash hair once a week or every other week: This will help prevent build-up of hair care products, which can be drying to the hair.

Use conditioner: Use conditioner every time you wash your hair. Be sure to coat the ends of the hair with conditioner, as the ends are the oldest and most fragile part of your hair.

Use a hot oil treatment twice a month: This adds additional moisture and elasticity to your hair.
Use a heat protecting product before styling: Adding this to wet hair before styling will help minimize heat damage.

Use caution with relaxers: To minimize hair damage, always go to a professional hair stylist to ensure that the relaxer is applied safely. Touch-ups should only be done every two to three months and only to newly grown hair. Never apply relaxer to hair that has already been relaxed.
lindo curly hair


Use ceramic combs or irons to press hair: If you would like to press or thermally straighten your hair, use a ceramic comb or iron and only do so once a week. Use a straightening device with a dial to ensure the device is not too hot. Use the lowest possible temperature setting that gives you the style you want. A higher temperature may be necessary for thicker, coarser hair.
Make sure braids, cornrows or weaves are not too tight: If it hurts while your hair is being styled, ask the stylist to stop and redo it. Pain equals damage.
hally berry


Check the homemade mask for curly and afro hair

Mask 1

-2 tablespoons  of your usual hydration cream
- 1 spoonful of Bepantol solution (liquid)
- 1 tablespoon of coconut oil
- 3 tablespoons of  coconut milk
- 2 tablespoons  of extra virgin olive oil

- Mix all the ingredients until become a cream.
- Wash your hair with your usual shampoo, preferably a Anti-Residues shampoo to open the hair cuticle that will better absorb the products.
- Apply all over the hair.
- Wait 10 minutes for the hair to absorb the cream.
- Then make a massage in the hair, from the hair ends to the root. Wait another 10 minutes and rinse. Apply conditioner.
- Remove excess water with towel and finish with be leave-in or usual styling cream.

NOTE: If your hair is not too dry or not too curly or is not badly damaged, avoid this hydration, because the oils used may leave your hair very heavy and greasy.
afro air


Mask 2
- 1 tablespoon of olive oil
- 1 tablespoon of sugar
- 1 hair repair ampoule (of your choice)
- Your  hydration cream

Add a little of your hydration cream with the other ingredients, until forming a paste. Before applying the mask, put a little oil in your hands and make a scalp massage.
- Apply the hydration mask  in the hair lock to lock and leave it for 30 minutes covered with a hair cap.
- After the 30-min rinse the hair and wash with shampoo and conditioner.
- Finish with a cream of your choice (leave-in).
afro ahir 1

Mask 3

- 1 ripe banana
- hydration cream

- Mash the banana.
- Add  the mashed  banana with your usual hydration cream.
- Wash your hair as usual.
- Apply the mixture in the hair strand to hair strand. Let stand for 30 min. Rinse and apply conditioner.
- Finalize as usual.
afro hair type 3


Mask 4

- 2 tablespoons of warm whole milk
- 1 tablespoon of sugar
- Your usual hydration cream
- 4 drops of any essential oil (argan, almonds, coconut ...)
- ½ teaspoon of honey

- Mix all  ingredients  until very smooth.
- Wash your hair as usual
- Apply hydration mask in the hair shaft to hair shaft  and leave it for 30 min. Rinse and apply conditioner.
- Finalize as usual.

afro curly hair

2 comments:

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