How To Pre-treat Your Hair
If you have a tough time trying to splice deep-conditioning into your schedule, or feel your hair needs a boost on top of all the time you put in deep conditioning, there's an underused haircare technique that might be the perfect fit. Pretreating, also known as preconditioning, means carrying out the deep-conditioning step before you wash your hair, rather than (or in addition to) afterwards. As pretreatments are usually left on for longer, and are typically applied on dry hair, they are an especially potent way to tackle some of the most persistent hair problems, from growth, to breakage, to scalp issues. Try them if you are pressed for time, but still want to commit to taking care of your hair, or if your routine could do with some added firepower.
Here's how to get started:
how to GROW hair long
It's a constant complaint: something, in the air or in the water, seems to be keeping tightly curly hair from reaching its full potential in the UK. Women who spend lengthy summer holidays in hot countries often return to these shores boasting of hair that grew an inch in a month (average growth rate for all hair types is 1/2 an inch per month), while those who spend the summer months firmly planted in the UK continue to contend with damage and length issues. On the flipside, visitors who originally hail from more tropical climes are often perplexed by changes in texture and marked breakage after spending long stints in the UK. Yet, there are UK women with lengthy Afro hair despite all the odds, so what is it that they're doing that others are not? Below, we look at 6 barriers between you and long, natural hair due directly or indirectly to your geographical location. We also let you know how to surmount them.
Dominican women are renowned for their ability to style their naturally tightly-curled hair straight and silky, no matter how coarse the texture or how resistant the curl. The famous Dominican Blowout is a temporary, 100% chemical-free styling option, available to natural women who want to add straight to the variety of looks achievable by their inherently versatile hair, as well as to women who relax, who can use the method to add that extra silkiness and swing to their hair, and even stretch the time between relaxers.
So how do they get hair so silkily straight and keep it that way?
How to tell when your hair's in love.....
Matters of the hair are a lot like matters of the heart. When you're in love, you have a glow to you, an unmistakable radiance, and a perceptible ease. Likewise when your hair finds a conditioner that it clicks with, everything changes. Here's how to divine if your hair has found a product it really takes a shine to:
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