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How to Moisturize Ethnic Hair
Talk about contradictions and ethnic Afro hair is one of the few examples that would easily make the cut. Probably being the only hair-type in the world that can be tensile yet fragile, Afro manes can be a bit tricky to handle when it comes to daily care and maintenance.
Naturally glorified and lustrous that ethnic African hair looks, much of its smoothness is attributed to the efforts dedicated to its upkeep. Indeed it is one of a kind hair-type wherein proper attention can make all the difference in terms of a mane that rocks in good health or is dry, brittle, and prone to breakage, and that is where a hair-care regime comes in. All you need to do is to incorporate it into your daily routine to enjoy long-term benefits.
Vulnerable that ethnic African hair is, it is sure to suffer damage from the absence of proper care. To prevent such a situation, discussed as follows are guidelines that would ensure that your ethnic locks always look and feel good –
Shampooing & Conditioning
While the shampooing technique remains the same, namely applying it on your scalp and taking it along the shaft right down to the tips, what can truly make a difference is the type of shampoo you use. The objective is to identify a shampoo that would effectively cleanse without stripping the strands or the scalp of natural oils. So, if you have ethnic Afro hair, the ideal shampoo would be one which –
- Has moisture boosting properties;
- It is free of harmful sulfates, which are known to cleanse at the cost of causing excessive dryness;
- Can remove all the dirt and debris from the scalp, enabling the pores to breathe;
Word of caution, while shampooing, try avoiding tangling the hair while manipulating and lathering. Instead, focus on rinsing till all the soap has disappeared.
Make it a point to condition on the same day as your shampoo so that the impact is maximum as also long-lasting. After thoroughly rinsing your hair, apply a deep conditioner that is jam-packed with natural oils. You would begin by using the conditioner on the scalp so that the roots are duly covered and take it all the way down to the tips. Preferably re-apply the conditioner on the ends till they feel slippery to avoid dryness and splitting.
After about 5 minutes with cool water, Rinse off the conditioner and wrap your hair in a microfiber towel, after which you can style as per the occasion.
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