Baggy Method

The baggy method is typically used by women that find it hard to keep their hair moist and conditioned for long periods of time. The goal of the baggy method is to keep your hair moisturized and to prevent breakage. The ends ofyour hair are really delicate and are more prone to breakage. if they don’t get the adequate levels of moisture. The baggy method can be used daily after moisturizing and sealing your hair to lock in moisture. 

The plastic from the bag in combination with the heat of your body will give your hair a sauna effect that draws moisture from your body, and is collected a preserved by the baggy. When you take off the baggy, you may notice little beads of water at the top of the bag, and your hair is left feeling moist and almost damp.

It is very important to know how to properly care for your hair while using the baggy method. To prevent breaking never comb or style your hair immediately after taking off the baggy. Wait until your hair has air dried at least 70% before attempting to handle. This method can be used day or night anywhere from 1-7 days a week. There are two ways to baggy, you can baggy your entire head or simply just baggy your ends by putting your hair in a bun or ponytail.

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Cinnamon Oil For Hair 

Cinnamon is filled with healthy sources of calcium and manganese, vitamins A and K that help to combat two very important hair problems that are very common for natural and relaxed women. Cinnamon oil is believed to prevent hair breakage and reduce hair shedding. Cinnamon oil helps to stimulate healthy hair growth, when massaged into an individual’s temples, crown of the head, or nape of the neck, it can promote hair growth by stimulating these areas naturally. Just add 2 teaspoons to your favorite oil and shake up your contents. Other benefits include hair lightening, achieved by leaving a cinnamon mixture on hair overnight.

Finger Combing Method To Remove Tangles & Knots 

Afro- textured hair in most cases is extremely dry and defined with curls that are tightly coiled which makes it harder to detangle on dry hair. If you are unable to use water before attempting to detangle your hair please by all means use your fingers. Using your fingers is by far the best and safest way to begin the process of detangling on dry hair. 

Your fingers serve as a guide that makes it easier for you to feel your way through the sea full of tangles, knots, and shed hair. Spray your entire head with a conditioning leave in spray and section off your hair. Starting at the ends of your hair, work your way up removing any excess hair that would cause your hair to become tangled. Finger combing works exceptionally well for those who have just removed braids or a sew- in.

Keratin Treatments Safer Alternative For Hair Straightening 

Keratin is a protein found naturally in your hair. It can fill in gaps in the hair cuticle that are cracked, dry, or damaged. Keratin treatments protect and smooth hair shafts b

y coating the hair follicle. Keratin treatments will minimize frizz while enhancing the appearance of the natural wave/curl. If you have straight, frizzy hair, this treatment will eliminate frizz and promote radiant shine. Keratin treatment is perfect for someone who is trying to move away from having relaxers and transition into natural hair.

The results of keratin-based treatments last about 30 days. At-home chemical treatments is a cheaper alternative to expensive formaldehyde-based salon keratin treatments. In order for the keratin treatment to bond with your hair, you will need to use a very hot flat iron. Some keratin treatments suggest that the flat iron setting be set at 450 degrees.It transforms frizz for up to 30 days.

The keratin treatment is a cumulative treatment, in that the more you receive it, the healthier the hair will be and the longer the result will last. Keratin treatments can leave unmanageable hair softer and easier to style. Keratin treatment works well on chemically treated hair, and helps to improve the hairs condition by fortifying each strand with essential amino acids.