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Old 06-22-2013, 05:21 AM   #1
 
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Default How to control and define curly and high porous hair?

Hallo curlies,
I have 3c hair which is highly porous and have low elasticity. So it quickly looks like a "pooof" when it dries.

So i need every tip i can get from you sistercurlies
What do exactly you do to minimize porocity and get welldefined and soft curls??
Its useful to know the following when you answer:
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-your hairtype
-your hairregime
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Hair type/properties:
3c hair, high porosity, mediumdensity, low elasticity, fine hair.

Curly hair routine/regime:
Combine the modified cg-method (low poo) and a modified tightly curly method.
-Condition and leave in: Aubrey Organics, Giovanni Barzilian keratin and argan oil
-Sealer: shea butter, Argan, olive and coconutoil
-Gel: homemade flaxseed gel, Kinky curly custard, Queen Helene Curl royal shaping creme.
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Such pretty hair! My properties and products are in my signature.

Coconut oil is king for absorbing and reducing porosity, you can use it within a conditioner or as a pre-wash on dry hair or you can add oil and/ or aloe vera to your regular gel (DIY Ecostyler custard)
Mineral Oil Versus Coconut Oil: Which is better?
Eco Styler Olive Oil Custard - YouTube
The other issue is to use enough leave in conditioner, try using more than you think your hair can handle.

Products at a pH that respects the hair can help reduce frizz by encouraging the cuticle to lay flat, two lines that consider this are As I Am and Komaza Care, nice ingredients too.
The Scoop on Vinegar
As I Am Naturally
Komaza Care - The Complete Hair Solution
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2a-2c, medium texture, porous/ colour treated. Three years CG, growing out mechanical and chemical damage = breakage and very high porosity. Past armpit length heading for waist.

CO-wash: Inecto coconut
Treatments: Komaza Matani, coconut oil, Hairveda Sitrinillah
Leave in: Fructis Sleek & Shine (old), Gliss ultimate volume, Inecto argan
Styler: Umberto Giannini jelly, Boots Essentials gel
Experimenting with: going back to basics
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Old 06-23-2013, 04:43 AM   #3
 
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Such pretty hair! My properties and products are in my signature.

Coconut oil is king for absorbing and reducing porosity, you can use it within a conditioner or as a pre-wash on dry hair or you can add oil and/ or aloe vera to your regular gel (DIY Ecostyler custard)
Mineral Oil Versus Coconut Oil: Which is better?
Eco Styler Olive Oil Custard - YouTube
The other issue is to use enough leave in conditioner, try using more than you think your hair can handle.

Products at a pH that respects the hair can help reduce frizz by encouraging the cuticle to lay flat, two lines that consider this are As I Am and Komaza Care, nice ingredients too.
The Scoop on Vinegar
As I Am Naturally
Komaza Care - The Complete Hair Solution
Oohh thanks for the hair compliments and your great hairtips!
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Hair type/properties:
3c hair, high porosity, mediumdensity, low elasticity, fine hair.

Curly hair routine/regime:
Combine the modified cg-method (low poo) and a modified tightly curly method.
-Condition and leave in: Aubrey Organics, Giovanni Barzilian keratin and argan oil
-Sealer: shea butter, Argan, olive and coconutoil
-Gel: homemade flaxseed gel, Kinky curly custard, Queen Helene Curl royal shaping creme.

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