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Brazillian Seda Shampoos, Conditioners and Hair Creams

A few blogs back I tinted my model who is above Kushi for her photo-Shoot. After care of hair especially if it color treated is very important. The whole idea is to keep the hair healthy and keeping it from breaking. Which is a very large factor with color treated hair. If you have tinted hair and are the type of client who likes to maintain the color or likes to have a diversity of colors. It is important to care and nourish the hair strand properly.

And by doing this hair care regime at home it will be simpler to change the hair color or maintain the level of artificial color. I prescribed to my model a hydrating conditioner for her use. She wash’s her hair often, curls and straightens it often, This can make hair dry and brittle. That is why I recommended a conditioner for her.

Natural Recharge Hydrating Conditioner, hydrates the hair fiber by fiber, aligning the cuticles of the hair, providing smoothness and rendering the hair easier to comb. This can also be left in the hair for 20-30 minutes as a deep conditioning treatment. Just make sure you rinse out of the hair. And only apply to the shaft and ends of the hair. You make wrap a warm towel around the hair to help open the cuticle of the hair for a better treatment.

Seda Hair-Combing Cream – natural recharge and hydration is made with mulberry roots and a fusion of oils. It hydrates fiber by fiber and aligns the cuticles of the hair, relieving all those knots and cramps that often make hair difficult to comb. Now, with extra softness, your hair has never been easier to comb! Once applied continue to blow style the hair. Very light weight cream to use and will provide protection from the heating elements. Also great for men to use also instead of a gel. Give them a try everyone. Great products.

For her shampoo I recommended Seda Shining Black which has a small amount of melanin in the product. It enhances the sheen and gently protects the hair in addition to cleansing and moisturizing, leaving your hair even more beautiful and full of sheen. The melanin is for dark hair colors. And by the way it won’t stain the shower. Like a lot of professional hair color lines do. This is extremely safe. You will get a extreme amount of shine in the hair, when using this product. Which Kushi needs for her modeling Photo-Shoots.

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What About Deep Conditioning?

There is one exception, and it turns out that the best product for your hair costs $10 and is something you add to your food, and ethinic women love to use on their scalp and hair. Coconut Oil.  Your basic coconut oil, as it turns out, has just the right size and structure that it can penetrate into the cortex.  And therefore it can protect hair from the inside out. Good stuff everyone!

One of the most damaging things for hair is a simple wash and dry it because the water swells the hair and messes up the cuticle. Coconut oil prevents water from absorbing into the hair and so reduces the swelling damage. You may often get.

Common sense says that blow-drying is worse, for obvious reasons. It’s a lot of heat right next to your hair. I agree that air-drying is preferable to blow-drying, but I also say that air-drying itself can also cause harm. So either way it gets you.

There’s not a lot of data on this, but some think that air-drying damages hair because the hair remains wet for a longer period of time. That means more time for the water to swell inside the hair and mess up the cuticle. The longer the hair is wet, the more damage happens. But since hair needs to dry somehow, it’s still better to go for the one that doesn’t involve thousands of watts of energy right next to the cuticle.

Protein treatments are a mixed bag. They’re partly a marketing story, because you can’t actually repair damaged hair just by pouring on more protein. The protein doesn’t also get integrated into the hair structure itself to make it thicker, I find out when I use them in the salon it will dry out the hair. And if used to often it will break the hair. Damaged hair needs to be cut off!

To be clear, “purple shampoo” and “color-protecting shampoo” are different things. “Purple shampoo” is for bleached-blonde hair and it works because the purple tones even out the blonde color and keep it from turning orange.  But can also give the hair a grey cast to it and really dull it out. I like to use just shampoo and baking soda to keep out the discoloration you get in very light blond hair. It cleans it well.

But “color-protecting” doesn’t do much. The reason the color continues to shift is because the chemical reaction isn’t perfect for every molecule.  There will be some bigger color molecules, some little pieces, some will wash out, some will not — and that’s why your color will change and fade over time. Most color-protecting products don’t actually keep the color chemicals in the hair any longer. They don’t do much other than provide good conditioning. Which is very important with color treated hair.