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coconut hair oil

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coconut hair oil

coconut oil is really healthy for your hair. i think any kind will do the job, but me, i buy it special coconut hair oil from the Indian store... all you have to do it massage it into your scalp, tie your hair up and leave it for the over night or for a day.. then wash it out. do this maybe once a week.

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Home Remedies for Dry and Damaged Hair

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Home Remedies for Dry and Damaged Hair

TEA You may think of tea as a sore throat remedy, but you can also use it to give hair a natural shine. use a quart of warm, unsweetened tea (freshly brewed or instant) as a final rinse after your regular shampoo. Tea can enhance hair color, so make sure to use a tea that works with your hair color. Blondes should use chamomile tea; black tea may darken their tresses. Brunettes should use black tea to enhance shine and enrich color. By Reader's Digest Editors from the book Stealth Health

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Hair porosity

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Hair porosity refers to the hair’s ability to absorb and retain moisture. If you have low porosity hair, the cuticles of the hair shaft are tightly bound, making it harder for moisture to penetrate into your hair.Determining if you have low porosity hair: A quick way to determine whether your hair is low porosity is to collect strands from a brush or comb and drop them into a glass of water. If your hair sits on the water and takes a noticeably long time to sink or never does, your hair is low porosity. Low porosity hair also takes a...

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What is Silicones

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What is Silicones

Silicones are common synthetic ingredients that give your hair that silky feeling. They can provide great slip for detangling and combat frizz, but they have the tendency to build up on our hair. There are types of silicones that are not water soluble and can be found in many hair shampoos, conditioners, and gels. One of the best means of removing silicones is using a sulfate shampoo, which tends to be harsh to our curls and can strip the hair of the natural oils it needs. Silicones can also weigh down your curls. The ingredients are usually words that end...

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TRANSITIONING

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TRANSITIONING

Transitioning from relaxed to natural requires a good hair care regimen, the proper tools and great products. Transitioning hair often has two major concerns - breakage and style management. To combat these problems, try to maintain a uniform texture.

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