If you are blessed with naturally curly hair or naturally wavy hair then you are fortunate indeed, here are some black hair care tips to grow your hair fast.
Pick a shampoo and conditioner that are moisturizing and preferably ones that are designed for curly hair. Make sure to rinse your hair thoroughly. Follow with a leave-in-conditioner. Leave-in conditioner is a must for curly hair. Due to the fact that this type of conditioner stays in the hair, it is excellent when it comes to managing the frizzies.
Combing Black Hair
If you have tight black curly locks it’s best to use a big toothed or wide toothed comb after washing your hair. You can use a wide toothed pick if you prefer when your hair is wet. A brush is not recommended for black curly hair. Your afro hair should never be brushed when it is wet any way. One option is to use a leave in conditioner on your hair in order to repair damage when it is wet. Apply the leave in conditioner before you blow dry, and afterwards too if you feel it needs it. The leave in conditioner is excellent for those prone to frizz and also to help decrease split ends.
Hair Oils & Products
It’s a good idea to use natural hair oil as part of your daily hair care regime, but you must remember not to over saturate your hair with oil. That can clog the pores in your scalp and stop hair growing if your follicles can’t breath. Not all oils are good for black hair…
Cutting Black Hair
In order for your hair to grow fast and to look after it, you should get your curly hair cut every 8-12 weeks. Find a stylist who understands all about black hair and can help you to the best of his or her ability. A stylist who knows his or her stuff will cut your hair according to your own curl formation.
If you want to grow black hair long try braiding it with hair extensions for a few months. You should avoid having micro braids because it can cause breakage around the hairline. Ask your stylist to do medium size braids – the bigger the better – and ask him/her not to apply too much pressure (pull too tight) because that can damage your hair too.
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