How To Take Care of Your Protective Hairstyles

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Protective hairstyles are perfect for any season. Summer, winter or fall means that protective hairstyles are here to stay.  For naturally curly hair, it is the perfect way to allow your hair to take a break from styling and damage. Braids, twists, weaves, and more are considered protective hairstyling. Here is how to take care of your protective hairstyle.

Treat Your Curly Hair

Protective hairstyles are best for people with naturally curly hair. These types of hair help give protection to curly hair, which is very sensitive to heat and breakage.

If you are getting any type of protective style, you will need to purchase some hair from. It depends on where located but you can now purchase hair online or at a local beauty supply like this one. After a trip to the beauty supply store, you will have all the hair you need to get started with the style.

Before you use it, make sure you wash the hair. The hair is covered with a thin film created by the hair companies to protect it. It needs something acidic to get the film covering off. To wash it, take a mixture of white or apple cider vinegar and water to soak the hair for 15 minutes. After you soak it, you will see the film rise in the mixture. Rinse the hair. Make sure you let your hair dry overnight before your hair appointment.

Treat Your Style

Perfect! You have your protective hairstyle and now you need to take care of it. First, make sure you have a scarf to cover the top of your head. We recommend these satin scarves. This will help prevent your hair from getting frizzy over time. To protect your hair from frizzy, you have to add some hair foam to your hair. Our recommendation this hair foam to ensures that your hair will stay down under your scarf.

While you have your style, you have to wash your hair. The beauty of the industry shows that there are many products on the market to help with washing your protective hairstyle.   After you wash your hair, you need moisture. A best practice is to moisturize your scalp with an oil like the   Tropic Living’s Jamaican Castor Oil. This oil will help grow your hair with the purest Castor Oil, which a natural growth agent.

Protective Hairstyles can keep your hair feeling safe and secure from a couple of weeks to a few months. If you keep up with these tips, your hair will be flourishing once it’s out.

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