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14th September 2014

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14th September 2014

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14th September 2014

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givnulife said: I have 3c/4a natural hair and it's low porosity as well, and for some reason my hair has been looking veryyyyy dry and frizzy ever since I got rid of my permed ends. I've tried everything from deep conditioning a lot and a little, using oils, basically everything that naturalistas have recommended and now I'm stuck. I don't know what to do and I'm really considering going back to a perm. Do you have any advice?

I understand your frustration, but In order to treat your hair, you have to understand first how low porous hair acts.
This type of hair has a tightly closed cuticle that lays flat therefore it’s hard to get any moisture to penetrate inside the shaft.

I know you say that you have tried most treatments but are you applying them correctly?
In order to open the hair cuticles so the moisture from deep conditioning can get inside, you will need to wash with warm/hot water, so steaming under a steam or a hooded dryer & heating your conditioner first as well. Followed by rinsing with cold water.

Also Pre-poo with coconut oil before shampooing or just add some honey to your shampoo/conditioner then rinse off.

And if your hair feels dry between washes, don’t just add on more products because they will just sit on top and cause build up. Instead try steaming with a hand steamer like Q-redew or a regular steamer.
Another cheaper option is to stand in a shower.

When moisturizing,always use the loc. method,starting with water based leave in conditioner , followed by a cream moisturizer then seal in the moisture with coconut oil.
Always apply your leave in conditioner when hair is damp so it can penetrate through your hair shaft.

When hair is extremely dry ,mix equal parts water,liquid aloe vera add in some glycerine. Apply to hair, cover with a plastic cap, leave on for 5-10 mins then rinse.
The glycerine will attract moisture from the air and pull it into your hair as the day progresses so your hair will stay moisturized.

Don’t forget to trim every 6-8 week, massage your ends with coconut oil and at night put hair in a protective style ans please sleep on a satin pillow,scarf or bonnet to prevent the moisture from escaping. & use a clarifying shampoo when you feel a lot of build up, as this is the nature of low porosous hair.

Try the above treatments and be patient don’t jump from one treatment to another. Stick to these for at least a month so that your hair can absorb them and get nourishment. It will get better:-)

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14th September 2014

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14th September 2014

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14th September 2014

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13th September 2014

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13th September 2014

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fiestadog said: Are you taking submissions at the moment? C:

Yes all the time:-)

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13th September 2014

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viva-glamorous said: I wanted to ask about hair growth pills... do they really work? Thanks in advance! !

Yes and no. It really depends on the person’s genetic structure and all.
I have seen people who got results from just taking regular pre-natal vitamins and some that took $200 hair growth pills but saw no results.

The only pill that I can advocate for is Biotin because it’s safer & has even been known to be prescribed by some doctors for patients suffering from Alopecia (hair loss) or type 2.
If you want to try hair pills, I would advice you to try Biotin because it’s a water based vitamin that occurs naturally in most foods so our bodies recognizes it, and know how to get rid of the excess unlike those other pills.
Biotin also contains keratin, a basic protein that makes up hair,skin and nails.

Another option would be taking a daily multivitamin that contains folic acid along with a glass of water a day.
Those other hair pills may work for some people for a shorter period of time but there’s always a chance that they may cause health risks.
It’s always better to be safe than sorry:-)

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13th September 2014

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