For those of us with curly or wavy hair, we know the struggles that come with it. There are products and styles that work, and there are products and styles that definitely don’t work. It takes a lot of time and effort to sift through all the information there is regarding thick, textured hair, so here is an easy list of Dos and Don’ts when it comes to the basics dealing with Brazilian hair care.
Before shampooing, DO brush out your hair to make sure there are no knots. It’s easier to get them out beforehand than after. However, while you’re brushing, DO NOT yank on your hair. Your hair is tough, but at the same time, it is very delicate. You don’t want to cause any extra damage to hair that gets enough damage by your regular styling. Be gentle with it! DO NOT shampoo your hair every day. Shampooing every day can dry out your hair and make it feel like brittle and frizzy. If you keep it clean and wait a few days between shampoos, the natural oils in your hair will keep it healthy and looking good.
Conditioning your hair is the most important part of your haircare regime, so DO pay attention here. DO NOT believe all the hype there is surrounding conditioning curly hair. You don’t need a ton of expensive products to keep your hair healthy. Your hair naturally has all of the oils it needs. Some store bought products can help, but for the most part, keep it simple. DO NOT skip conditioning your hair. Sure, it takes a little longer, but your hair will thank you when it has a healthy shine! DO leave your conditioner in for the duration of your shower and then rinse it out. It needs the time to penetrate your hair and do its job correctly.
The Brazilian hair care products that Embelleze are designed specifically for textured hair, although they can be used on any hair type. All of the products contain keratin which is an element that naturally occurs in our hair and it helps to heal your hair. They have products that target whatever specific issue you may have with your hair, so fear no longer! Visit Ryan John Salon for more information. Like us at Facebook.
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