Leave in Conditioners and Conditioning Mists
Ethnic hair is susceptible to breakage and has a hard time staying moisturized because it is very porous. The regular use of heated styling appliances such as blow dryers and straighteners can make this problem even worse.
Thankfully, you can lock in moisture and protect your hair from heat damage by picking up a good leave in conditioner or moisturizing mist. Leave in conditioners and spray mists are made with butters and natural oils that provide deeply penetrating moisture. They can be applied after you have finished your normal washing and conditioning routine, while your hair is still damp.
Leave in conditioners or mists are a great first step in an ethnic hair styling routine. They will give you an easier time crafting the look you want when applying gels or curling creams
Hair Strengthening and Repairing Products
There are also a variety of products available for ethnic hair that, on top of protecting it from heat damage as leave in conditioners and mists do, can also work to strengthen and repair it. If you have problems with heat damaged and frizzy hair that is very difficult style, then these products may be perfect for you.
Strengthening and repairing products come in creams and sprays that provide both your hair and the hair follicles on your scalp with essential oils and nutrients. These oils and nutrients can help to fix and prevent hair breakage, putting an end to frizz, flyaway hairs, and split ends.
Hair gels that are made specifically for ethnic hair are formulated to provide some added moisture. These gels will also make your hair softer, shinier, less frizzy, and much more manageable.
The right gels will make it easy to get the look and style you want by giving you enough hydration and hold for a smooth, everyday look, or something a bit more special for a night out. Just apply the gel to your fingers, run it through your hair, or use a comb if you desire more precision.
Curling creams are great for those who want to go natural with their beautiful curls instead of straightening them. Curling creams will give your curls the necessary hydration for optimum volume, shine, bounce, and manageability. They will also keep your curls from getting tangled during the day.
Curling creams usually work best when applied to damp hair after it has been cleaned, and when worked gently from root to tip. Many curling creams can also be applied in small amounts to dry hair to give your curls an added boost. back to top »
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