Because for MOST types of curly hair, using keratin treatments results in a very confused and damaged looking head of hair. I didn't even do her color - she's just detoxed and hydrated and cut correctly for how she wants to wear her hair. Xoxox The Curl Gurl Florida's Curly Hair Expert Ouidad Devacurl Jessicurl Tampa Bay Area Facebook.com/thecurlgirl Instagram TheCurlGirl
I'm a little obsessed with coconut oil right now. I've been using it as a "pre-conditioner" in the salon, I melt anywhere from 2 tablespoons to 1/2 cup of coconut oil (depending on how much i need to really saturate the hair from root to end, then apply it to dry hair.
If you do this at home, you can do it hours before you plan to wash it - I sleep with it in my hair and wash it out with Loreal Professional Delicate Color Sulfate Free Shampoo the next morning. If you're a no-poo-er, I suggest using the Ouidad Cleansing Oil instead. You can condition your hair as usual, or, for extra awesomeness, follow with an apple cider vinegar rinse use up to half acv to half water, or try using 2 parts water to 1 part acv. Let that site for at least 2 minutes, RINSE WELL. Be SO careful not to get it in your eyes, it burns like a BITCH. It's not harsh on your hair, though - the acidity of the vinegar is actually very gentle on the cuticle helping to close it down as …
Post keratin and it turned her hair into dry mush. If that's even a thing. I guess it is, because I see if with keratin victims all of the time. We fixed her all up with Ouidad Cleansing Oil, Curl Qeuncher Condish Moisture Lock leave in, Climate Control Gel and Shine Glaze. Jiggity.