As I mentioned in the previous post, hair porosity is very important in properly caring for your hair. This porosity level means that your hair cuticle layers are tight and lay flat. This hair is generally healthy but difficult to process. However, bad hair practices may increase your hair porosity such as; excessive washing, combing, styling, applying heat etc. Please handle your hair gently and less often to avoid this. Below are a few characteristics of how low hair porosity behaves. Continue reading “Low porosity characteristics and hair regimen tips to care for your natural hairs’ needs”
What is Hair Porosity?
Hair porosity is your hair’s ability to absorb and retain water or any other penetrating substance. In the past, I didn’t pay much attention to this, because I thought it was just more natural hair vocabulary I didn’t need. It was only 3 months ago when I started doing my research and applying it to my hair care, that I realized it is very important for us as naturals to know this. Continue reading “What hair porosity is, the types and how to test it for natural hair”
My niece recently reminded me of this amazing method you just read in the title, Pre-pooing! I know, not the most impressive/catchy statement right! The first time I heard the statement, I took it literally. lol
It is simply a treatment you do prior to using shampoo, hence the name. Some of you are familiar with this term while others its an addition to your hair jargon, it is definitely a method you won’t regret trying out. Continue reading “Steps and Tips on How to Pre-poo Natural Hair Overnight, to Get the Ultimate Benefits of Soft and Manageable Hair on Wash Day.”
How I learnt how to style, and what my experience has been like?
I think styling is very texture dependent. The first time I went natural I had very healthy hair. I would do very easy washes, mostly because I didn’t know a lot about managing natural hair. Continue reading “Inspiring Afro Hairstyles for your natural hair”