One look at that woman’s healthy shiny hair can make you instantly envious. If you are wondering why you do not have the same kind of beautiful hair, you have to know that it takes a lot of work, effort, patience and time to maintain a mane that consists of gorgeous locks that will turn heads wherever you go.
Conditioner wash the twists as needed, shampoo is not needed every week. Apply a light oil or cream moisturizer to the ends of the hair. Be sure to wrap nightly with a silk or satin scarf. If your daughter refuses to wear the scarf, purchase a silk or satin kissenbezug.
You can help your hair retain moisture so it is less likely to develop frayed and broken ends. Using the right temperature water while you shampoo is one way to accomplish this. Make it a habit to rinse off any shampoo with cool water. This stops the heat from stripping your hair of it’s natural moisture and promotes a lustrous sheen.
What alarmed me recently was a discussion in Oprah’s show about Sleep Wrinkles. I asked friends if they ever have heard about this issue and most of them said they saw it on Oprah too.
Wrap the hair around a perm rod, roller (the smaller the better), or a pipe cleaner (I just discovered this one) making sure to secure the ends. You can do up to 2 or 3 extensions on one roller depending on the thickness. Doing 1 per roller gives the best result.
Curly hair should not be washed more than a couple of times a week. Every day, though, you should utilize a special conditioner while your hair is still damp that will untangle your hair. You should never blow dry your hair, as it will make it frizzy.
Sleep on your back. Sleeping on your side or stomach causes sleep lines, that can turn into wrinkles, because when you press your face against the pillow the wrinkles are ironed onto your skin. If you train yourself to sleep on your back, you will have fewer face lines. Or, you can use a silk or satin pillowcase to reduce the pressure on your face.