Most of the time natural hair just need a little love and care. There are small steps and ways that you can start to create healthy hair.
First, you have to understand your scalp and hair personality. What I mean is, you have to know what your hair do and don't like. What makes it shed? Which hairstyles or products make your scalp flake? Watch and observe the way you treat your hair and how it reacts. The best thing to do is keep everything to a minimum because when you're using a lot of products and wearing so many different hairstyles, it's hard to understand why your hair keeps shedding, breaking off or not growing in like it use to.
Second, it's important to be conscious about the chemicals that are being applied to your hair. Less is always more because a lot times we can't control certain chemicals and the reaction that our hair has to these chemicals. But, we can control how often and which chemicals we allow to be applied. For an example, we all know at this point that Sulfate is the most horrible chemical for your scalp so now we know not to shampoo our hair with Sulfate because it will severely damage our hair and scalp.
Thirdly, remember the importance of maintenance. This is the part we overlook when we see a some hair growth. We forget to trim our ends, to sleep with a silk scarf or keep from applying too much heat throughout the week. We can think it's ok because our hair is going to grow regardless but its kind of useless if it grows in damaged. Trimmed ends will keep your hair from extreme shedding and breakage. Silk or satins scarfs will protect your hair from being dry and frizzy because the cotton bed linens will soak up the moisture in your hair. Minimizing heat on your hair will stop the uneven hair strands. Heat application alone can change the growth of your hair.
These steps are simple but valuable. This is all apart of nurturing, it takes some time and effort but the reward is great! I encourage you to go on this hair journey with an open mind & a lot of patience!
Peace & Blessings
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