Hair Type Of Style: Type 3 Curly Hair
Face Shape of Hairstyle: The Square Face
Hair Textures: Fine
Hairstyle Age Under for: 19 – 30, 31 – 40, and 41 – 60
Hair Height: Long
Hair Weight: Average
For Glasses: Not suitable
Hair Style Time: 40 minutes
Products for Hairstyle: Mousse, Wax, and Hair Cream
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To grow your hair you will need to treat it. How often will vary depending on your hair style. But ultimately you should be treating your hair every 2 weeks.
When I say treatments I mean pre-pooing, shampooing, washing, conditioning, hot oil treatments, and trimming.
A pre-poo is what you do before shampooing your hair. This prepares your hair for the shampooing which can be very harsh and strip your hair.
A pre-poo is optional, but I recommend you do it because it makes your hair much easier to untangle.
What you will need: a moisturizing conditioner, natural oils such as extra virgin olive oil or coconut oil, shower cap or plastic shopping bag
A pre-poo is pretty similar to a deep condition, but less complicated. The purpose of the pre-poo is to prepare your hair to be washed.
Step 1: Separate your hair into manageable sections (4-8 depending on length). Do this by sectioning off your hair into ponytails, knots, or twists.
Step 2: Take out one section of your hair that you want to work on first. Grab your conditioner or natural oils or a mixture of both and apply it to the section. Once the section is finished put it back into a ponytail.
Step 3: Apply the oils and conditioner generously to the section by either spraying or rubbing it onto your hair. If applying directly from the bottle into your hands– make sure you’re making a root to tip motion.
Step 4: Repeat the process with all sections of your head.
Step 5: Put on a shower cap or plastic shopping bag to enclose the conditioner and oils. Let sit for 45min-2hours.
Step 6: Take your hair out of the shower cap or plastic bag and, while it’s still in its sections, rinse it out using cold water. This will seal in the moisture and close the cuticles.
Step 7: Go on to your shampoo routine.