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Leave-In conditioner for damaged hair 💆🏽‍♀️
Damaged hair can be split ends or damaged hair cuticles. When the hair cuticle develops “cracks” in it, this causes the hair strands to become brittle and prone to breakage. You can mostly tell damaged hair by its frizz and inability to be managed. For me personally, if my hair is damaged, it becomes harder to detangle and soaks up and very once of conditioner I put on it. This is why leave-in conditioners can become an essential treatment to damaged hair. 💇🏽‍♀️ Besides hair cuts & trims, what damaged hair also needs is moisture! This can be in the form of a weekly hair mask or leave-in conditioner. As someone with curly hair, my strands tend to be on the drier side, which means a leave-in is a MUST for me and people with similar hair textures. My favorite leave-in that I have been using for years, is the john masters organics - Conditioner for Dry Hair With Lavender & Avocado This is technically a regular-rinse-out conditioner (curated for dry hair), but the consistency allows me to use it as a leave-in treatment and it really does help my curls! 🌟 It’s thin enough to be used in my hair after normal washing and conditioning & creates hold in my curls without the “crunchiness” or stiffness a typical conditioner would leave behind. After washing & conditioning my hair, I flip my head down, and squeeze a hefty amount of this conditioner into my palms. Using my fingers, I rake it through curls and scrunch up to create more definition. If needed I would use myCONAIR - Detangle & Smooth Shower Comb for more definition or extra detangling if needed. I then follow up with my PACIfICA - Pineapple Swirl Curl Defining Cream to lock everything in. This conditioner leaves my hair super soft & hydrated. The ingredients are organic and non-irritating, such as Avocado 🥑 Oil for moisture and nourishment; a Lavender Oil for soothing properties, and Jojoba Seed Oil for even more moisture. I purchased the 16oz bottle from their website ($39) and it has lasted me almost 7 months. It is a bit on the pricier side, but there are 2 more sizes that can be purchased for less, if you want to give it a try. 🦋 Whats your favorite leave-in? #CheriePartner
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moonchild.beauty
Quarantine Hair Glow-Up 💫
In 2018 I decided to buzz my hair and get an undercut. I wanted to switch up my style a bit and try something new 🤩 2019 I decided I was over the undercut and wanted to start growing my hair back out; so I did! I grew out my buzzed hair for 5/6 months before I did a really big chop! 💇🏽‍♀️ Since September 2019 - March 2020 I was more focused on getting my hair to grow, but during the quarantine I focused more on definition and health. So here are some quick tips I have for those trying to grow their hair and/or get healthy locks 👩🏽‍🦱 1. Don’t wash your hair everyday! The frequency can be different for many people based in their own hair type. For me personally, I wash every for 4 days. 2. Use products add optimal hydration to your hair. Your hair NEEDS hydration - don’t give it too much or too little. 3. Wrap your hair or use a bonnet to minimize the friction between your hair your pillowcase; this can cause the hair to break and damage it further. My current favorites: INNERSENSE - Hydrating Cream Hairbath john masters organics - Conditioner for Dry Hair With Lavender & Avocado TRADER JOE'S - Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner evolve - Satin Wide Edge Bonnet #CheriePartner
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moonchild.beauty
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Are you washing your hair right?
Ever wonder why you take a shower and the next day your hair feels greasy and oily? Does your hair only feel clean for a max of 2 days? Well here’s why. You’re not washing your hair right. Yes you heard me right! Bear with me Why?! Our scalp produces oils for the hair so the top of your scalp/ hair is usually protected by those oils. The longer your hair the more difficult it is for your scalp to push down those natural oils resulting in dry, damaged, frizzy hair. It’s because the hairs natural oils don’t reach the length of our hair that conditioner was introduced- it was made to mimic the natural oils keeping your hair smooth, shiny, damage free. But when you use conditioner on your scalp you are introducing more oils which is exactly why the next day or two days later your are greasy. So what is this proper way to wash your hair? Use your shampoo on the scalp only massaging it in really well creating a good lather, when your rinse put your hands at the forehead and pull the product down the length of your hair there is no need to shampoo the length as thorough as the scalp. Then condition- what you are going to do is only out the conditioner on the length of the hair, leave it in for 2-3 minutes (I find this is the perfect time to shave) and rinse out. If you have short hair there is no need to condition it as this will cause the same results- greasy hair the next day or two days later. I personally use john masters organics - Lavender Rosemary Shampoo for Normal Hair john masters organics - Rosemary & Peppermint Detangler One thing you should remember is every company is out there to make a dollar. Really take the time to research what your putting on your face and scalp because the products get absorbed. Your shampoo and conditioner could also be the reason your hair just isn’t up to par . I use John Masters Organics because their ingredients are actually legible And it’s organic -I don’t look at the back and go what is half of this stuff/ that’s a telling sign. It is expensive but that’s because it’s not made cheap .
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haileemaria
My Go-to Top Organic Shampoo!!!
How does your shampoo work? Shampoo does well in hair cleaning job, and the ingredients in the shampoo can improve your hair quality. But always using the same shampoo means that residues can build up on the hair, then you'll find your hair becomes drier and duller. So it would be better to change your shampoo often and if possible, choose organic or all-natural hair products as far as possible. Organic shampoo are made with plant extracts that are rich in surfactants and mild ingredients, really nourishing the deep cells of your scalp and making your hair look healthy and shiny from inside to outside.  I prefer shampoos that contain herbs. I have fine, long hair with thinning problems. I recently use john masters organics - Shampoo for Normal Hair With Lavender & Rosemary , which is known as a organic brand. It’s formulated with lavender and rosemary extracts, containing 13 other certified-organic ingredients. It has a nice relaxing, herbal, gender neutral odour. It takes a little while to get used to it because it's not like other shampoos. I usually figure out to just squeeze out about a quarter size, massage it into my scalp and then add a little more water and work down to the ends. At first it didn't lather up and I didn't think my hair was getting clean, but I guessed that it was because of the previous product buildup in my hair. After several times, it foams up and rinses well, which is gentle enough and completely clean without stripping my hair. Another reason I like this product is its pH-balanced value. This ensures natural oils produced by the scalp are preserved for healthier, shinier hair. Now my hair looks thicker, full and shiny. I don't need a big bottle as I only wash my hair every 3-4 days, so it lasts a while. It might be a little pricey, but it's so much better in terms of results, good ingredients compared with other brands that I am willing to spend the extra money.
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Maruxa
Air Drying Curly Hair 🌬👩🏽‍🦱
I have always been an advocate for air drying my curly hair 👩🏽‍🦱 It hasn’t been until recently that I started trying to diffuse. While I do love the immediate volume I get form diffusing, I don’t always have the time to do it and find air drying to be more convenient. ✨Here’s how I do it: [also, I have a full tutorial on what products I use for my wash & go’s in a previous post] 💛 1. After thoroughly washing and conditioning my hair, I add in my styling products that create definition. My current go-to is the PACIfICA - Pineapple Swirl Curl Defining Cream 2. Next, I rake my fingers through to spectate curls, and I make sure my hair is pretty wet while doing this. 3. Once I’m out of the shower, I wrap my hair in a hair turban (or cotton t-shirt) to soak up an excess water and product. I leave this on for about 30+ mins or however long it takes me to finish getting ready. This allows my roots to a get a bit more volume. 4. A new addition that I introduced to my routine is the john masters organics - Deep Scalp Follicle Treatment & Volumizer For Thinning Hair When I take off the towel turban, I immediately spray this on to my scalp - this not only gives my hair volume but it also stimulates hair growth! 5. Once my hair is 100% dry, I bend my head down & use my fingers to fluff out my curls. I typically put a hair tie on for another 30mins, and once I take it down, I’m left with voluminous hair all day! I have been using these techniques for years and they help me get the volume I’m looking for, especially on day 1 hair 👏🏽 *This hair turban I purchased at Marshall’s about 3 years ago, but you can find something similar at your local Target 🎯 or ULTA 🧡. Here are a couple options: • #Room Essentials - 2pk Bath Hair Wrap[products]# • DevaCurl - Devatwist Anti-Frizz Microfiber Towel Wrap #CheriePartner
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moonchild.beauty
Are you washing your hair right?
Ever wonder why you take a shower and the next day your hair feels greasy and oily? Does your hair only feel clean for a max of 2 days? Well here’s why. You’re not washing your hair right. Yes you heard me right! Bear with me Why?! Our scalp produces oils for the hair so the top of your scalp/ hair is usually protected by those oils. The longer your hair the more difficult it is for your scalp to push down those natural oils resulting in dry, damaged, frizzy hair. It’s because the hairs natural oils don’t reach the length of our hair that conditioner was introduced- it was made to mimic the natural oils keeping your hair smooth, shiny, damage free. But when you use conditioner on your scalp you are introducing more oils which is exactly why the next day or two days later your are greasy. So what is this proper way to wash your hair? Use your shampoo on the scalp only massaging it in really well creating a good lather, when your rinse put your hands at the forehead and pull the product down the length of your hair there is no need to shampoo the length as thorough as the scalp. Then condition- what you are going to do is only out the conditioner on the length of the hair, leave it in for 2-3 minutes (I find this is the perfect time to shave) and rinse out. If you have short hair there is no need to condition it as this will cause the same results- greasy hair the next day or two days later. I personally use john masters organics - Lavender Rosemary Shampoo for Normal Hair john masters organics - Rosemary & Peppermint Detangler One thing you should remember is every company is out there to make a dollar. Really take the time to research what your putting on your face and scalp because the products get absorbed. Your shampoo and conditioner could also be the reason your hair just isn’t up to par . I use John Masters Organics because their ingredients are actually legible And it’s organic -I don’t look at the back and go what is half of this stuff/ that’s a telling sign. It is expensive but that’s because it’s not made cheap .
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haileemaria