When it comes to natural hair care, if you focus on improving and maintaining the health of your hair, length and lustre will usually follow. Your routine is the foundation for your own personal hair goals, as well as being your most valuable resource when experimenting with, troubleshooting and assessing your choice of products and techniques.
It is easy to get caught up in the latest trends, or with new releases and discoveries, so let's take it back to basics and look at three useful tips for growing healthy natural hair.
1. Oil does not hydrate natural hair
2. Conditioner can not do the job of a shampoo
3. Protect your ends
Once hair emerges from your scalp, it is actually considered to be a dead fibre. In the same way as our nails, our hair strands are made of a protein called keratin. Everything we do with the hair we see is to preserve it – after all, it can't repair itself once its damaged.
The growth we see in both out hair and out nails takes place below the surface. It's a process that takes place without any intervention from us, and to be able to see its progress, the best we can do is minimise any weathering or breakage.
Here's how you can approach this:
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