Rising Black Hair To Nice Lengths
Almost every time you comb your hair, you cause injury. While you look on the teeth of your comb after combing your hair what do you see Hair. A number of the strands are from regular wholesome shedding which is okay however as a rule majority of the strands caught within the teeth of your comb are damaged strands. Broken strands are unhealthy for multiple cause. First is the plain incontrovertible fact that your once lengthy strand is now shorter. Second is the truth that the hair strands left behind after breakage have ripped/jagged ends which causes them to finally split. These split strands then wrap around other strands causing knots and tangles. Guess what happens the next time you comb your hair Nicely, because of the knots and tangles, you break extra strands, cause extra break up ends, extra tangles.. and the cycle continues.
– The elements
Wind, heat, chilly weather, dry air and so forth affect the moisture ranges of our hair. The primary requirement for preventing breakage in naturally curly/kinky/coily hair is MOISTURE. So protecting your hair from “blowing in the wind” on a dry day is a step in the precise route.
For those of us who’ve shoulder length hair or longer. Friction between our hair and our pores and skin/shoulders/clothes causes wear on the ends of our hair (do not forget that the ends of our hair are the oldest part of our hair and more susceptible to damage). Excessive publicity of your ends will trigger them to dry out and break.
The easiest method to deal with all of these is to put on your hair in a protecting/low manipulation type. This could be any type the place your ends are hidden and protected from the weather and the place you aren’t required to comb your hair on a regular tight wavy hair basis.
For inspiration, here are some pictures of protective types you’ll be able to rock as we begin this challenge:
Be careful that you’re not taking down, combing your hair and redoing your updo daily. Even though your ends are tucked in and protected, combing your hair each day could be too much manipulation.
Weaves (Sew in):
Sew in weaves are a good way to protect your hair but make sure to care for your own hair underneath the weave.
Wigs (Full wigs, half wigs, glueless lace wigs):
Anybody who knows me knows that this is my thang! Lol. I identical to the truth that it takes away my dependency on hairdressers (too many bad salon experiences..I can not shout!) . It takes 5mins to use and i just put on it and go.
This isn’t by any means an exhaustive list of protecting types. There are lots of options out there. Take your choose.
Remember to take care of your personal hair while protecting styling. Neglecting your hair whereas protective styling defeats the whole function:
– Keep your braids or cornrows (worn out or below your weave/wig) for six to eight weeks at a time.
– Moisturize at the very least three times per week. More if essential
– Shampoo your hair as soon as every week or two
– Deep situation your hair after shampooing
If you finally take down your protecting style remember to comb and detangle gently. The less hair you’ve got in the comb the higher.