Sexy Tips to Treat Over-Processed Black Hair

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We've all done it. Over processed and over-styled our hair until it was fried, dyed, and laid to the side. If you're a fellow fashionista who's always keeping up on the latest styles, it is very easy to end up with hair that is dry, brittle, and damaged. When Black hair gets over-processed it takes serious work and maintenance to get it back to its naturally beautiful state. Here are some tips that will get your over-processed hair back to its natural healthy sexiness in no time.  

Go Deep:

Make sure to deep condition your hair at least once a month. Deep conditioning will keep your hair from getting dry and brittle. Hot oil treatments are a great way to infuse life into your damaged hair. When applying the treatment be sure to coat the entire hair shaft from root to tip for maximum results. Also, for even deeper treatment be sure to feed your hair a healthy diet of vitamins and nutrients.

Tie It Up:

True, hair does grow from the roots, but that doesn't mean that you don't need to protect the older hair towards the tips. One way to protect old hair growth is by applying leave-in conditioner to seal the tips and prevent breakage from split ends. Also, remember to wrap your hair with a satin scarf before bedtime to reduce breakage from rubbing and pulling of the hair.
Keep it Moist:

Moisturize, moisturize, and moisturize! Daily moisturizing is essential to repairing damaged Black hair. Be sure to use light daily conditioners that will not clog the pores on your scalp. Wash hair no more than two or three times a week maximum to avoid stripping hair of natural oils. Alternatively, if you do need to wash your hair more frequently try alternating shampoo washing days with co-washing days (washing hair with conditioner) to prevent over-drying. To prevent further damage to your hair, avoid applying excessive heat to hair and let your hair air dry as much as possible.

Gentle Caresses:

If your hair is damaged from over-processing, be as gentle as possible with when styling it. Slow down and take it easy when parting, combing or brushing your hair. Your hair is already in a fragile state and you don't want to be rough with it by pulling and tugging on the roots which can cause it to break.

Remember, healthy hair is sexy hair so be sure to treat your hair well and sexiness will follow.

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08 Sep, 2011

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