by @relaxed_natural “Something new to try:
Black Strap Molasses and Aloe Vera: Great for excessive shedding. This treatment should be done once per week for three consecutive weeks and should be followed up with bi-weekly use after that.
1 tbsp black strap molasses
1 tbsp aloe vera gel
Deep conditioner of your choice
Apply the ingredients in your deep conditioner, then apply to your hair while massaging it into your scalp. Put a shower cap on and sit under a hair dryer for a minimum of 30 minutes, rinse out.
#hairtips #hairshedding” via @PhotoRepost_app
by @jewejewebee “Pt 1🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀
Tip 1: Stay FARR away from direct heat. 🔥 It’s awful for the hair., plain and simple. Hair was made to withstand the daily wear & tear from water, wind, sunlight and manual manipulation… Believe it or not, our genes haven’t evolved yet for our hair to be able to withstand hundreds of degrees applied to our strands… That’s a fact. 😔 Heat doesn’t affect hair GROWTH, but hair retention… Making people think their terminal length is bra-strap/waist length when it COULD be tailbone length. 😣 This is the NÚMERO UNO advice that I can give you!! Using flat irons/ curlers/ doing blow outs very sparingly is OKAY, but use at your own risk. 😕
Tip 2: MOISTURIZE your hair with water. The times when my hair suffers and starts breaking is when I don’t wet/wash my hair enough. Water is the only moisturizer, whatever else you put on top either contains water itself or seals the water in. You MUST hydrate your hair and not go too long between washes (trust me, I’ve already suffered for you for you to know this is true) lol
Tip 3: Make sure you are taking that good, sweet ol’ time when you detangle. Start from the very bottom (microscopic bottom) and work your way up). If you feel a tangle STOP and work through it, don’t rip through it. If your hair takes 2 hour to detangle… Then don’t start 1 hour before you have to go somewhere. Wait until another time when you are stress free and will be patient with your hair. If you don’t, you’ll break off all those months of growth right off into the comb.” via @PhotoRepost_app