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3 Key Ways to Protect Your Hairline When Wearing a Protective Style

Posted by NI4TW on Jan 28, 2018 5:20:16 PM

Image provided courtesy of @IAMCONNORRMRecently, I posted a video to Instagram sharing a few quick tips on how to take care of your hairline, or edges, while wearing protective styles. I shared three main ideas there on how to keep the finest and most fragile hair on your head healthy and growing—

1. Give direction on how you want your protective style installed.

2. Give your hair proper protection as well as a chance to rest.

3. Use products that will promote healthy hair growth.

Let’s delve a little more into these three points.

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Topics: Natural Hair Care, Protective Styles, natural hair styles, prevent natural hair loss, protective styling, prevent hair loss, natural hair moisture, hair strength, hair length retention, characteristics of healthy hair

Are You Properly Prepping Your Hair for Protective Styling?

Posted by NI4TW on Jan 12, 2018 12:46:38 PM

IMG_2010.jpgIf one of your resolutions is working out, then you know that a key part of exercise is your warm up. Warming up is important because it primes your body for vigorous activity so that you don’t hurt yourself; it readies your respiratory, cardiovascular, nervous, musculoskeletal and nervous systems to adapt with ease to the physical exertion ahead.  My Protective Styles line does the exact same favor for your hair by priming it to withstand the wear and tear of styling.

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Topics: prevent natural hair loss, protective styling, natural hair moisture, hair care tools, healthy hair

What Is Porosity?: How to Know If Your Hair Is Retaining the Moisture It Needs to Thrive

Posted by NI4TW on Nov 9, 2017 5:51:42 PM

As I’ve mentioned in a previous blog post, there are certain characteristics about your hair that are important to know and understand. Those characteristics include your hair’s texture, density, strength, and porosity levels. I’ve talked texture before here. While hair density is the number of strands packed together on your head and hair strength is based on how resistant your hair is to breakage when force is applied to it (such as pulling or combing), porosity is particularly important to consider because it is all about your hair’s ability to absorb and retain moisture. Your hair can possess low, normal or high porosity levels.

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Topics: Natural Hair Care, Natural Hair, porosity, hair moisture absorb, hair moisture retention, low porosity, normal porosity, high porosity, natural hair moisture, hair moisture retain, moisturizing natural hair

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