Which did not dream, young lady, of long delicate strands (and blonde, if conceivable) tenderly stroking our face, cleared by the breeze? May the principal toss me the stone! No, crimped hair isn’t difficult to brush. Truly, it develops if legitimately kept up. It permits vast varieties of regular hairdos. What’s more, it is stylish!
How not to tear my hair?
The bunched up hair has a bended hair follicle. Profoundly embedded in the scalp, it is littler than that of smooth, adjusted hair. The bunched up hair develops winding, and goes out lying on the scalp. The smooth hair develops and turns out straight.
The crimped hair develops slower than a smooth hair: 0.9cm/year by and large, against 1.3cm for an Asian hair and 1.2cm for an “European” hair. The follicles of the bunched up hair are delicate and tear effortlessly.
I unwind my hair delicately, never dry, dependably point to the roots to abstain from pulling excessively.
NOT TO DO
I stay away from interlaces and weavings that are too tight or too substantial. Once the hair follicle is detached, no regrowth is conceivable. We discuss footing alopecia. This is regularly the case on the brow, the sanctuaries, the neck.
Why dry season?
The follicle of a bunched up hair delivers somewhat liquid and meager sebum, adjusted to a tropical atmosphere, hot and muggy. In Europe, the air is drier. The pores of the scalp are fixed. Sebum streams with trouble. Thick, it spreads ineffectively along the hairlike filaments through spring.
Inadequately secured, the scalp and hair are ultra dry, touchy to friction based electricity, hard to unravel without breakage. Sebum has a tendency to stagnate in the hair follicles. Overwhelmed, they debilitate.
I ensure my hair against lack of hydration amid the day by styling myself yet additionally amid my rest.
NOT TO DO
I battle against everything that dries: purging shampoos, salves and liquor based gels … also, I don’t wet my hair with water to unravel … stop limestone!