By Black Hair Hub | Sep 09, 2018
Are you werking that ‘fro, gurl? Hold up, before you answer that, take a quick look at these tips below to grow healthy afro hair. 6 steps and you’re en route to Afrolicious!
Curly hair is usually more prone to tangles. So with an Afro you’ll need to gently get rid of the tangles before you brush or comb your hair. Run your fingers through the knots to minimize breakage. Get ready to roll up your sleeves, ‘cause now we are getting into the real work! Separate your hair into small sections and start combing your hair using a wide toothed comb. Always start combing from the tips and then work your way up to the roots.
For a bomb Afro, cleanse your hair atleast once a week to eliminate any product build up or grease. A sulphate-free shampoo works best as it won’t strip down the natural oil from your hair. Learn how to deep condition African hair.
Finding the perfect moisturizer for your hair is like finding your soul mate! You need the African Pride Olive Miracle Moisturizer Lotion that is not too heavy. Go for products that are enriched with natural oils to fight frizziness too.
Don’t forget to moisturize the ends of your afro well. You want those curls to look insanely glossy and protected. By adding moisturizer to your ends, your hair will also be less susceptible to breakage. Check out these tips to protect your natural hair.
Don’t just buy products over the counter, read up on the ingredients and the benefits. We all have different hair textures, it’s time we take note of that and use products that embrace it!
Before you hit the bed at night, wrap up your hair in a satin scarf to keep in the moisture and avoid any hair breakage while you and toss and turn.
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