| ||Okay, first, let's speak about the basics of our hair. I'm going to reveal the worst part about keeping colored wild hair: When you finally rinse it (with a color-safe shampoo), you will have to rinse with cold water. Hot water pieces the color from nice hair quicker than anything, so suck it up for a minute or two and embrace the chilliness. Idea: In the event that you wash flowing hair after going for a run or being in the heat for a long period, it actually feels nice!|
I always seem to listen to the misconception that it is more difficult to keep up with long head of hair than short mane. Well, that's incorrect, fellas. Long wild hair is the easiest hair to keep up. Don't believe me? Ask the females. They know what's up. I used to lower my head of hair very brief. I decided to expand it out in senior high school. At first, I just kept it in a very slick gelled ponytail (not the best look, think Selena Quintanilla's partner), but that was because I didn't know how to manage it and invite my natural waves to glow!
Towards the concluding of November I noticed the trunk of head of hair completely broke off ! My mom and I were so annoyed with what was heading on with my hair so by the end of Dec , I went back to my perms. I permed my wild hair for the very first time since August on January 4th(previous Thursday) even though I had been in the bathtub A LOT of my wild hair was developing in clumps. Not big clumps , but still they were visible clumps. After my proteins treatment and deep conditioner , I blow dried out my hair and saw that my wild hair had destroyed off in the center of my mind as well , much less bad as the trunk though. Also , once i was natural” , when I'd Make an effort to comb it , a lot of hair would be let still left in the comb.
Your alternatives are to take the kids to a stylist and have their relaxers maintained professionally; or if you prefer to allow them to be natural, you need to let the relaxer grow out of the scalp and transition” the scalp to its natural state. If you choose to do this you'll have to invest in either learning and absorbing all the knowledge as you can about natural locks (because transitioning requires the wild hair to be cured like platinum) or find a stylist who has specialized in natural hair care.
Second, I focus on slip” i.e. how slippery my scalp feels. We are employing it to detangle, after all. This slippery feeling is what makes it release those snags and snarls. It shouldn't feel too slimy, but you want a silky, tender feeling. Think wet seaweed, not pond scum. And I want it to try out nice with other products. This is only really important if you need to leave it in.