Hairstyle For Older Women

Suitability Hairstyle

Hair Type Of Style: 2A Wavy Swavy

Face Shape of Hairstyle: The Heart-Shaped Face

Hairstyle Density: Medium Density Hair

Hair Textures: Coarse Texture

Hairstyle Age Under for: 19 – 30, 31 – 40, and 41 – 60

Hair Height: Short and Medium

Hair Weight: Average

For Glasses: Suits with and without

Hair Styling

Hair Style Time: 15-20 minutes

Products for Hairstyle: Mousse and Wax

The Right Direction to Healthy Hair and Styling

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Castor Oil PrePoo – Castor oil is thick enough to encase and infiltrate the hair shaft helping to lessen dryness, stray hairs, and safeguard against the harsh stripping properties of cleansers. You may balk at the price of castor oil and extra virgin olive oil so it’s best to use these oils with other to prolong their usage. You can also use Jamaican Black Castor Oil as a substitute for regular castor oil. There is a description explaining the difference between the two following the recipe.

Ingredients:

1/2 cup Castor Oil

2 tablespoons Honey

1 tablespoon Almond Oil

2 tablespoons Mayonnaise

Directions:

Mix the ingredients well and apply to hair and scalp. Cover your hair with a plastic cap for a minimum of 30 minutes and rinse it out.

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CASTOR OIL & JAMAICAN BLACK CASTOR OIL

Regular castor oil can be bought just about anywhere and is more popular than its counterpart, Jamaican Black Castor Oil (JBCO). Castor oil has a pale yellow hue and is often priced slightly lower than JBCO. Castor oil that isn’t altered by heat or any other substances is why they refer to it as cold pressed. The lighter the hue and clearer the oil means the oil is closer to its purest form. This pure form is just as good as the standard, except that the iodine has been removed, which is what gives it the yellowish hue.

JBCO is a very dark color as the nut, from which castor oil is derived from, is roasted and then the ashes are added back into the pressed oil. This oil has been said to have a very potent scent, so less is definitely more when applying this oil to your hair. JBCO generally costs more than regular castor oil and it can be hard to find as beauty supply stores and websites tend to be its only suppliers. You will probably find regular castor oil in your neighborhood drug stores but it’s helpful to do a price comparison before choosing which one you would like to use. They are interchangeable in any of these recipes that require the use of castor oil.

There isn’t enough scientific evidence to prove that JBCO is the better version, even though many coiled divas swear it’s the holy grail of their hair care regimen, often toted as a hair growth stimulant especially for those trouble areas around the nape and temples. The ash that’s been added to the JBCO is said to act like a super fertilizer for the scalp, which leads many to believe that the darker or blacker the oil, the better. All in all, you can use either version of the oil as they have both had similar effects and benefits in the growth of hair and conditioning.

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