Moisturizing is super essential for healthy hair and growth. Side note; Oils aren’t moisturizers. Moisturized hair is less likely to break unlike dry hair.
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Just like plants need water and nutrients to grow and flourish, so does your hair. We all have come across the my hair doesn’t retain moisture, is always dry, never soft, always steel wool hard statements but is that true? No, our hair can be silky soft if we master the art of moisturizing.
To master the art of properly moisturizing your mane, you first need to know about your porosity type & its needs and second, purchase all the essential moisturizing tools and products. In this post, we are focusing on essential must have products and tools that aid in adding, retaining, and restoring moisture into your mane.
In case you missed these posts on moisturizing, catch up.
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Essential Moisturizing products and tools for everyone
Wanna spritz water or your favorite moisturizing ingredients on your hair, this is your to go to tool. They come in handy when you need to refresh your curls or when travelling for a few days(add moisturizing ingredients of choice to re-moisturize).
For y’all who need an on store product to refresh your curls because DIY refreshers or mixing your favorite leave-in with water isn’t your jam. Curl refreshers will revive your curls, giving them bounce, shine and keep them soft.
Hair ties/ bands/ scrunchies
I believe in working with sectioned hair, saves on time and product and also helps in giving extra TLC to parts that need it. So, to properly moisturize, section your hair and hold each section with a scrunchie.
Rat tail comb.
If you aren’t into finger sectioning, well this is for you. I do sectioning with my fingers all the time, I don’t really care much about neatly sectioned hair, I love my hair looking a little wild lol.
Deep conditioners need a little heat to penetrate the hair shaft and strands, so either of the caps will come through. Apply your deep conditioner along your hair length, then wear your cap for a couple of minutes.
For applying oils on your scalp and hair to seal in the moisture. Perfect for hot oil treatments, heat up the oils and apply using your applicator bottle.
Bonnets/ silk pillowcases.
Help preserve moisture and are gentle on your hair unlike cotton scarf and pillowcase. Wake up with your hair moisturized and silky soft by either wearing satin/silk bonnets to bed or sleep on a satin/silk pillowcase.
A must have and use product if you’re chasing healthy hair. Deep conditioners restores moisture, improves elasticity, repairs and strengthens your mane. Use a moisturizing deep conditioner after cleansing your hair.
Restores moisture, softens your making it manageable and easy to style. Leave -ins are to be left in your hair until the next wash day and are to be applied after rising off the deep conditioner.
Butters/ Curling cream/ Oils.
Used as sealants, they seal in the moisture. Butters include; mango butter & Shea butter, Oils; olive, coconut, rosemary, jojoba, castor oils.
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What are your must have moisturizing product and tools?