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A Hairdresser Shares Popular Hair Care Habits That Actually Damage It

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My sister who is a hairdresser and read the article approves ;) Also she suggested always to brush your hair (no pressure applied please!) before washing.
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:o I am Obsessed with my long hair. Why this about brushing the hair before washing?
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One simply does not let this comment remain here.
haha me too! This way you lose less hair she says during the washing ;)
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That's a nice tip also, I actually never do this. But I apply coconut oil on my hair daily to be softer :)
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I use coconut oil too. But I apply and then rinse. Do you leave it on?
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Yes I do actually, but I apply a really small amount every time because otherwise my hair get too oily :/
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Same here, that's why I rinse ;)
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You need to use an oil with the correct molecular weight to be absorbed. So not the coconut oil from your kitchen. If it is hydrolyzed for hair then it will help. If not it will just make you look greasy.
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This article is half nonsense
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There is so much misinformation in this article. My favorite is the idea that sulfate is harmful and will make you lose hair. That is ridiculous. Or that you can't go to bed with wet hair because of "various bacteria" maybe if you sleep in a dumpster. This is a mess.
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This article was not written with Black hair in mind. I wash my hair once or twice a month. I use a warm hair oil mixture that has peppermint once a month as a hot oil treatment. I spend around 30 minutes massaging my scalp. I don't have a specific shampoo because all of my care is in my conditioner and after wash products. All of which I make myself because I have learned how to take care of my thick, coarse curly hair. My hair is at my bust after 2 years of a big chop that left my hair above my ears. I think I'm doing well. I keep my hair in protective styles and covered when I'm not doing anything important. This article made me wish they had someone else write it, the writer clearly can't see past her own nose and there's no fog to blame.
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