Gotta go for a party at night and don't know very well what to do about your greasy scalp? Hi all, Please i shifted to the UK a year ago but my biggest problem has been my scalp. I think the elements has really afflicted my locks. The breakage is alarming, the hair on the corners of my mane are gone and also at the trunk I don't know what to do. I'm baffled right now, i have no idea if I should simply slice the whole locks off and develop it from scratch. Please does anybody know worthwhile hair stylist that can advice me on how to proceed?. Like my locks is very in a poor shape. Thanks.
I wear my head of hair in cornrows day-to-day with a wig on top. I will spray Carol's Daughter mane milk refresher aerosol on my head of hair then apply any moisturizing creme I may have to give it water. Those cremes could be Cantu leave in conditioner, Carol's Child Black Vanilla hair sheen, Kera Treatment Butter Cream, or Cantu's Tea Tree & Jojoba mane & scalp engine oil.
I don't know why I travelled natural either. I hate it to the central. It improved my look for the worse. I have 3b/c head of hair and I transitioned for 2 yrs. it is now 2yrs 3 mos and I am completely natural and I still hate it to the key. My relaxed locks was once long and healthy. Now it's sliced up, broke off, uneven and looks chaos. I would not recommend going natural to anyone. Its not what I expected and I don't feel empowered. What I feel is the fact that I've lost two years and my wild hair looks, feels and it is whack! My locks never really received really dense, definitely didn't get long. They say split is whack, and which may be true, but that creamy crack won't be whack on these ends…to each its own, the natural thing just isn't for me…I hate it!
Scalp massages are very beneficial for your body, but as you can think, it is not recommended for greasy wild hair. Still, you can make your scalp massage, using oils, before hair cleansing. Jojoba oil is especially good for greasy wild hair - regulates the sebum secretion. You can include a few drops of essential oils of geranium, eucalyptus, lavender and grapefruit.
Drying. The best way is to air dry. It requires time but this is the healthiest way to dried up hair because heating can be detrimental to head of hair. Another option is to roller set. Start using a good setting cream or foam which has heat protection. You could also use a hairdryer or execute a wrap set. Before utilizing a hairdryer, wild hair should be considered a little dry out. After blowdrying, use frosty air to seal in the mane cuticle. The very best hairdryers are ionic and are made with tourmaline, titanium, ceramic or a mixture.