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As the season changes from summer to fall, remember that year round use of Moisture Block will result in healthier hair. Moisture Block is not just a humidity fighter; it is the only product that will seal in the moisture you need to keep hair in top notch shape.
Here are a few styling tips.
We have women requesting information on product usage. Each person has unique challenges with their hair, like hair texture, hair condition, styling approaches to save time, product questions and much more.
On the internet, curly heads have a language all their own in categorizing hair types. 4B is the thickest, coarsest, and the kinkiest of all. The numbers “4” (being the highest) through “2” (being the lowest) designate the thickness or density of hair. The letters “B” (highest) and A (lowest) designates the amount of curl and texture (coarse or fine)
For these hair types it’s not just about styling but about the health of the hair and cutting techniques for better control.
It’s not only what you put on your hair as much as what you put in your body that creates the condition of your hair. Poor diet, stress, medications, disease and more conflict with your styling goals. External damage can be caused by misuse of styling tools and poor product choices. All of these factors affect the hair with hair loss, dryness, poor elasticity and texture change. No matter how much you put on the hair externally, eventually internal issues will change their potency. That’s why we recommend always maintaining a healthy lifestyle and supporting the proper moisture content in the hair with Moisture Block. Having the great hair elasticity will allow your hair to respond to heat and texture changes.
Regularly having dry cuts helps the stylist see where the hair is broken and/or splitting. The lack of this vital maintenance will result in more breakage and more split ends.
De-bulking (with notching shears only) and point cutting can take the place of a razor or thinning shear without sacrificing the integrity of the texture.
We do not encourage wet ironing or steam flat ironing as they both increase iron temperatures more than 450 degrees. You are safer to lock in the moisture from your shower, allowing the hair to absorb only what it needs and discarding excess moisture that makes hair expand and frizz. With Moisture Block you can regulate and maintain the perfect moisture content.
Hair stylists face the same dilemma as the consumer. Some may consider themselves as curly hair specialists. If so, they should be willing to step out of the box and make products available that are highly effective in the home as well as in the salon. The main focus should be on saving the customer as much time and money with their home hair styling while giving them the most current look.
Our next newsletter #16 will have styling tips for 3A, 2B, 2A and straight hair types.
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