Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 321 If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! Natural hair needs treatment every two weeks. Treatment for your hair will include a wash, conditioning and a leave-in conditioner. If you’re doing this at home, comb your hair after applying the conditioner, while it’s soft and tangle free. Otherwise, this can also be done at a hair salon. Innecto hairstylist and Unobuhair hair salon owner, Rupert Mpanza shares some painless tricks to help you look after your natural hair. More Articles You Would Love What You Didn’t Know About The Curvaceous Ghanaian Model & Shatta Wale’s New Musical Signee, Peace Amekuse Marianne Fassler @ Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Cape Town 2015: Day 1 Get the Correct Care The natural curl makes it difficult for products to travel to the roots, which leads to hair breakage and knots. The main challenges of natural hair are dealing with breakage and finding the perfect moisturiser that isn’t too heavy and will keep your scalp moisturised. Rupert advises you use products with natural oils in them such as Shea oil/butter, Moroccan, argan or jojoba oil, which are known to help frizzy hair. Comb it the right way Having curly hair means dealing with knots and tangles from root to tip at times. Knots are caused by product build up in the hair or double curls (hair that curls twice and knots itself), which cause hair breakage when combed – if hair is not handled gently. Gently run your fingers through your hair before brushing or combing it. This will help eliminate big knots without breaking your hair. Separate your hair and comb small sections with a wide-tooth comb. After combing your whole head, comb your hair together, tie it and wrap it in a scarf to prevent it from tangling while you sleep. Avoid combing and brushing your hair from the roots, as this will break your hair if there are knots. Brush from the middle then work your way up. Pump up the Volume With natural hair, volume is important – you want to keep your afro nice and big. Sleeping usually leaves your hair flat, meaning you have to revive the shape in the morning. Divide your hair into four sections (more if your hair is short) and braid those sections. This will help keep your hair’s volume and keep it from getting tangled and hard to comb. Moisture Our natural hair oils take longer to travel through curly hair, so you need to keep it moisturised. Rub your product of choice into your hair for 2-3 minutes before combing. Protect your ends Apply more moisture to the ends of your hair to keep them from splitting or breaking. Wrap it up Wrap your hair in a satin scarf or head wrap when you go to bed to help keep in the nutrients and help avoid hair breakage. Be product wise Joburg celebrity hairstylist, Jawad Maphoto advises we wash our hair at least once a week as natural hair produces sebum (natural oils from the hair roots), which makes it greasy. Use a shampoo that is sulphate-free and that won’t strip your hair of natural oils. Using products that are specifically designed for your hair type (coarse, soft, medium or sensitive scalp) is important as the wrong products will cause hair fall. Your hair loses its natural colour at times as a result of using the wrong products and exposure to the sun. Use products with UV protection to help keep the natural colour. An overnight treatment with essential oils such as amla oil is needed the night before you wash your hair to help keep its natural nutrients. Wrap your head in a cap or towel to avoid wetting your pillow Source: bona.co.za Ghana Hair And Beauty fashionhairhair and beautty Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail Nana Tamakloe Founder of FashionGHANA.com and Accra Fashion Week. I'm grateful you visited, I hope you share, subscribe and share your comments or opinions below. More For You EHBS Couture Becomes Nigerias Primary Go To Brand For Sizzling RTW Fashion Northern Ghana Continues to Make Waves in the Fashion Industry with Smockyworld Limited’s... #OOTD: Tolu Bally Steps Out With A Jaw Dropping Boob handprint shirt x... #BIKINIBAE: South Africa’s Premium Swimwear Sensation Pamala Hughes Is Serving Ravishing Bikini Looks “Looks Like A Transgender” Africans Are Confused Over Brooke-Bruk Jackson’s Gender, The New... Get A Load Of The Top 15 Afrobeats Jams As Jyzno & Lasmid... 6 Essential Cautions When Sending Clothes To Style Influencers “We Created A Banger” Ghanaian Afrobeats Star Lasmid Pays Respect To Deceased Nigerian... Indulge In The Whimsical Elegance Of Ejiro Amos Tafiri’s SS23 ‘Ilé mi, Ilè... New Turtles Movie Subliminally Teaches Us To Beg White People For Acceptance Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.