29 Jun Coarse Hair
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Coarse hair is different than think or curly hair. Coarse hair is a unique hair texture that, with the right care, can yield healthy and luscious locks. However, caring for it can be a handful. Coarse hair tends to dry out often, frizz, and be very stubborn. That is why today we are going to give you some tips on how to properly care for coarse hair.
To combat drying out use a deeply moisturizing hair mask on your hair at least once per week. The hair mask should include moisturizing oils heavy enough to saturate your hair effectively but light enough so that the oil is able to penetrate the hair shaft. Also, another easy thing you can try is air drying your hair. Instead of drying your hair by rubbing your head with a towel let it air dry naturally. Doing so will ensure that your hair keeps in all of the moisture and natural oils that are key to healthy coarse hair.
Frizzy hair can be avoided by limiting the amount of heat you use on your hair. Too much heat can cause the hair to break, which often results in frizz in coarse hair. You can also try replacing your pillowcase with a silk one. Silk tugs at your hair less during the night. This results in less breakage and abrasion, which helps reduce frizz.
Fixing the stubbornness problem that comes with coarse hair is just a matter of changing your products. Coarse hair is made up of all three layers of the hair shaft and it is not easily penetrable. Using things like leave-in conditioners and creams in your hair will make a huge difference. Using strong treatment is appropriate and effective because your hair will not be weighed down as easily as fine or medium hair.
Coarse hair can be a little bit more difficult to deal with than straight or curly hair but that does not mean it is impossible to work with. Use these tips listed above to help you care for and combat the difficulties that come with coarse hair.
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