Dry brittle hair Treatment for dry hair, how to moisturize dry ends, how to style dry hair, brittle hair solution, how to cut broken hair

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Published on Thursday, July 15, 2021 by Syonix Raz ()
Dry brittle hair Thursday, July 15, 2021

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Hello so i'm 22 year's old almost 23. So i'm here seeking help because i literally tried everything that i can think of at this point i have tried different products every time one of em runs out i've tried oils but never really sticked with it My problems are this: Type of hair:Wavy Problems:It tangles like crazy when it's fully drive and is all over the place it doesn't really tangle on the top part mostly at the neck and bellow Solution:That's why i'm here i have tried everything but nothing seems to do it GOAL: My goal is simple i want my hair to stop tangling or at least 1 hair or a few which is normal i want my hair to be naturally soft+not crazy DRIED up+And not tangle Now here's some information about me/what i have: So i have access to an insane amount of natural oils and can get whatever i am missing so if any of you know a combination of oils together and how much of each or single oil only that will help me with this it would be great Type of hair: Wavy, Yes i know i said it again Porosity:LOW i have tested it after taking a shower and letting air dry normally and taking a strand and putting it in water it didn't sink hell i have even tried to push it down my self it just did not sink ^_^" If you need anymore information let me know One last thing I HAVEN'T Used HEAT on my hair for 2 years if not longer. nor have i dyed it, it has simply naturally grown i have only used shampoo/conditioner and hair cream after my shower. And if you're gonna suggest to do 1 day shampoo 1 day no shampoo i already did that for a long time and it didn't really help. The only time my hair doesn't tangle is if it braid it after taking a shower and applying cream it wouldn't fully dry the next day after i wake up and it doesn't tangle cuz of that but i don't wanna GO OUT with braided hair lol I would appreciate any help in this matter I know it's not possible to CHANGE my hair type to natural straight i have accepted that but i want to solve the frizziness hair/split ends/dry ends/tangles My whole hair starting bellow my head/neck starts to tangle when it's fully dry and it doesn't fully absorb the hair cream cuz it's low porosity unless it's wet i have to rub it and brush it properly so it calms down.

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Dry brittle hair Monday, September 7, 2020

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I love to share my knowledge and thoughts which may help you. While hair products that contain sulfates aren't going to do you any favors if you have dry, damaged hair. people with a healthy head of curls have good reason to avoid them. Hair tends to be on the drier side so it takes longer for natural oils to reach the ends. Using sulfate shampoos will have the results of taking too much oil out of hair, The sulfates in shampoos can dry hair, making the cuticle layer stand up, causing hair to become more frizzy, dry looking, and damaged looking on the ends" Use products Sulphate-free so your hair curls will be softer, bouncier, shinier, and more manageable. Pai-Shau product which is a 5 different Tea-Infused hair care product, and especially it is a Chemical-free product with no Sulphates or probes. Since it is a Cruelty-free product can use it on all hair types http://bit.ly/Pai-Shau People with dry or frizzy hair should consider sulfate-free shampoo. Parabens have been linked to the irritation of skin conditions such as dermatitis and rosacea. It also causes allergic reactions in some small children. Sulfate-free cleansers maintain the natural oils on the scalp and hair, which ultimately leaves your hair with more moisture. Frequent chemical treatments and chemical-based hair care products can disrupt the natural pH of the hair and make your strands feeling rough, brittle, and overly porous. Moisture-deprived hair is prone to tangling, frizz, and breakage. Shampoos that are sulfate and paraben-free actually keep the hair moisturized. Moisturized hair is less prone to breakage and split ends. Sulfate may have the ability to get rid of oil and dirt but recent studies have found that it is toxic and carcinogenic. Sulfate has been found to be one of the key culprits of hair loss and thinning hair. For Chemical-free Hair Product Review go to link for More Information:

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