Hair Type Of Style: 4C Coily Ziggly
Face Shape of Hairstyle: The Square Face
Hairstyle Density: Sparse Density and Medium Density
Hair Textures: Medium Texture
Hairstyle Age Under for: 25 – 30, 31 – 40, and 41 – 45
Hair Height: Short and Long
Hair Weight: Average
For Glasses: Not suitable
Hair Style Time: 40 minutes
Products for Hairstyle: Smoothing Shine and Moisturizer
The Right Direction to Healthy Hair and Styling
Long Curly Hairstyles For Men Photo Gallery
WHY MOISTURE HELPS RETAIN LENGTH
There is a perceived notion, on natural sites and blogs, that reducing dry hair is the track to full, long, luxuriously healthy hair. This is a half -truth, and while there are certain times where moisture helps in the manageability of natural hair, there some times where moisture has no role. So here’s a quick summary of why retaining moisture should not be your solitary goal when caring for your kinky coils.
One of the biggest misconceptions out there is that moisture helps your hair grow. It does not. Your hair will not grow due to solely moisturizing. Hair growth is not influenced at all by the level of water being held in your hair shafts. Your diet, genetics, and hair growth cycle influence growth. Even if you don’t have the best eating habits, your hair will still grow at a normal rate but if it’s depleted or starving of protein, your hair will either fall out, slow down, or just stop growing. Helping your hair grow faster doesn’t require it to be moisturized, but moisturized hair does help retain growth.
Retaining the growth of your strands can definitely be assisted by keeping them moist. Moisture in the strand is really there to alleviate the damage hair may sustain while washing, styling, and just everyday wear and tear. The less damage your strands sustain mean the longevity is increased substantially as these strands won’t have to be trimmed or cut.
Maybe You Like Them Too
- Wedding Invitation Cards
- Carol Bouwer Outfits – 5 Best Dressing Styles of Carol
- 10 Best Gray Hair Color Ideas – Hair Tips for Going Gray
- Spring Summer 2020 Fashion Trends
- GETTING BACK TO BUSINESS