7 African-American Hair Care Musts ...


African-American Hair Care is often considered too confusing and time-consuming which, I’m afraid, caused many women to forget their gorgeous locks and experiment with procedures that make hair more manageable. However, once you have a child whose hair you need to style or simply decide to go natural, you might get a bit frustrated because you don’t know how to care for your African-American hair. Don’t worry – it’s a «live and learn» thing! You will get used to it and, in order to help you do that, I’ve made a collection of some of the most important rules of ethnic hair care:

1. Brush with Care

Regardless of how strong and luscious it looks, African-American hair needs a delicate touch to stay beautiful and grow long.

It tangles and breaks very easily which means that you absolutely must take very good care of how you brush it.

The solution?

Wide toothed comb – a very effective tool that will help you remove tangles and style your gorgeous mane without breakage and unnecessary pain!2

And remember, African-American hair care is not something you do in a hurry so take your time and give your hair all the attention it needs.

2. Moisturize

Ethnic hair care routine needs to involve a lot of good moisturizing products such as leave in conditioners, deep conditioners, pomades and natural oils which you’ll apply pretty much as frequent as possible. African-American hair has raised cuticles which makes it very vulnerable and unable to retain moisture naturally. In order to overcompensate for that, you’ll need to «feed» it with as much as good quality ingredients you can and your hair will repay you by looking good, being healthy, strong and able to grow without breaking off.

3. Experiment with Protective Styles

Different types of braids, knots and twists will help you protect your hair from knotting, tangling and breaking off in a very stylish way!

I personally love these super-creative styles and find the fact that each one of them results in different types of curls or waves very fascinating!

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