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How to take care of African American Hair

  • Author:Alice
  • Release on:2017-08-17
African American or black hair has a thicker and coarser texture. The curls contained within each strand are also tighter and kinkier, and therefore easily form frizz.
Straightening curly Afro hair is really a hard work, and might lead to hair damage, so it's important to do it right.

Here is the tips for styling and preparing your Afro hair for straightening your hair.

Top Tips
1. Never start with dry hair
It’s important always to start with a clean head of hair. Always remember to detangle your hair before it has been washed, it is a great way to get rid of any knots or curls whilst.

2. Nourish your hair
Adding in conditioning products and Argan oil when straightening your hair. Rub a small amount into your hands and run your fingers through your hair, this will just give it enough to keep it nourished and healthy.

3. Take your time
Always work on your hair in sections. Part your hair using a tail comb and make sure that every section is well moisturized and completely detangled. you will get right down the roots by sectioning it.
It is also important to remember to brush, dry, nourish before straighten Afro hair, this will ensure you achieve the best results.

4. Dry Dry Dry
It is essential to make sure your hair is fully dry before straightening especially for curly Afro hair. As damp hair can damage the iron.

5. Use good straighteners

Its so important to choose a high quality straightener which can give the amazing result you desired.
FBT best –selling  Diamond coating hair straightener  EMS-7115 with 2 inch plate, MCH heater and max temp to 450F.
It is your best choice for Afro hair straightening and can make your hair more healthy and shining.