You continuously have your Instagram account getting inspiration from gorgeous naturals. You have a subscription to all of the YouTube channels that have tutorials and tips given by someone with voluminous and extra-long hair.
Then you find yourself commenting on that Instagram picture or video on YouTube, “I wish I had your hair,” or “why won’t my hair do that?” These comments would be followed by all kinds of sad and depressing emoji s.
Here are 3 tips to keep in mind to not be diagnosed with the “why won’t my hair do that” syndrome:
Get to know your hair
There are so many thing that you can do to learn your hair. You can do numerous tests from curl type, hair texture, porosity, and density.
You can even learn if your hair needs more moisture, more protein, or both. Once you learn your hair, you will be well on your way into your healthy hair journey.
Purchase products based on your own hair needs
Once you have mastered what your hair does, you can move on to purchasing products for your own hair. You can skip all of the trial and error, just by reading the product label and know if it is good for your hair.
Research Information That Interests You
You don’t need to research everything in order to have a healthy hair journey. You can look up things that would make you have fun with your hair and make your hair journey enjoyable for you.
If you are interested in using more natural and organic ingredients then research the process thoroughly in order to formulate your own plan for you.
The more you do your research and take down your own notes, the more you will be able to appreciate your own process.
Whether you are looking for length, healthy hair, or styling options, remember to love your own hair. Remember that what works for others, may not work for you.
Have you ever had the “why don’t my hair do that syndrome?”
Originally posted 2015-10-03 15:00:09.