Safe Hair Styling not Protective Styling

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4 thoughts on “Safe Hair Styling not Protective Styling

  1. A lot of what Richard said made good sense and any decent hairdresser worth their salt, would tell you. Many years ago i worked in a very famous black salon in the west end and one of the main issues was dryness of the scalp and hair. I found steaming every 2 weeks with processed hair with natural oils which worked well. There are alot of products on the market loaded with oil which sit on the hair and clog the pores and were not fit for purpose. regularly trim every few weeks and a good conditioner kept the hair in good condition.

    • Thanks for your comment Paulette, many interesting points. I speak to many people who are finding it hard to get good unbiased advice. Dryness appears to be a a big issue for many naturals too.

  2. valley the problems its with both natural and processed hair. A lot of the products make your hair appear silky all these conditioners, serums, tints, dyes henna , and its coating the hair drying it out and leaving a buildup of the product in your hair. . A lot of the products have various agents in them e.g. people wants soap suds and bubbles in shampoos etc so they feel their hair is clean this is all comes at a cost.

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