So we are approaching the yuletide season which means great food, great parties and frigid temperatures. For some of us, this is the time when we wear our hair out; blow outs, flat irons* you name it.
Knowing the effect the elements can have on our hair as well as the consequence of some of our styling options, we’ll be making sure that we cover up to protect the precious inches we achieved.
But even with some of the stringent precautionary measures against the elements, some of you might still battle dry brittle hair that’s breaking off every time you turn around.
We know this can be quite frustrating and for this reason we have decided to remind you of some of the steps you can take by providing tutorials that address the problems of shedding and breakage.
Tea rinses are great for stopping shedding. Many ladies have had positive results using tea rinses to stop their shedding totally or cut it down significantly.
Applied directly to the scalp, the caffeine in the tea will stimulate hair growth while strengthening the hair follicles. Here is one YouTuber’s version of a tea rinse using black tea.
A protein treatment may be the fix you need to repair weak damaged hair. Having looked at the different types of protein, you should have made your decision about which option is best for you.
A protein treatment can leave your hair feeling soft as it fills in the gaps in the weak areas of the hair structure to allow your hair to mend. Needless to say, it is vital in any long hair growth journey.
Michellezee shows us an easy protein treatment
And finally in this video, YouTuber MyNameIsNot AYEESHA, shows us how to apply garlic conditioner to cut down on shedding.
With just a little time to copy some tips from some these ladies you can rest a little easier knowing you have several options when it comes to tackling your shedding and breakage issues. So, relax and check out these simple ways to kick breakage to the curb.
Alexa Campbell says
I love tea rinse I just did the green tea rinse today and it stop the breakage/ shedding immediately so happy
LaShone Kim West Parker says
What brand of green tea did you use Alexa Campbell?
Monique Shaney' says
Tokay Golden says
Just finished my egg protein treatment now doing my DC . My hair feels great! Getting ready for braids this week
Simone Williams says
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Lanice Brooks says
Alexa Campbell is it the package of tea like the tea bag like how u do it i want to try
Shequila Richardson says
That has to smell like something
Brenda Lias Robinson says
Simone Williams, thanks cuz.
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Nia Rose says
Alexa Campbell what brand did,you use? I’ve been rinsing with black tea and it’s good
Leah Bowden says
How do u do a tea rinse?
Marsha Buchanan says
Hi Leah Bowden. To do a tea rinse you may:
1. Brew 1-3 teabags in 5 cups of hot water and allow it to cool. For high caffeine teas stick with just 1 teabag.
2. Section your hair and twist in preparation for your wash.
3. You can use a color applicator bottle or a spray bottle to douse your scalp with the tea, or simply pour the mixture through your scalp using a jug.
4. Let it sit for 2-5 minutes if the tea you use contains high levels of caffeine but there is no harm in leaving the ones with a low caffeine concentration in for up to 30 minutes if you wish.
5. Shampoo and DC as usual. Conditioning is very important because teas have a tendency to leave hair feeling dry so do not use a tea rinse at the very end of your wash cycle. – See more at: https://blackhairinformation.com/hair-care-2/hair-treatments-and-recipes/tea-rinses-benefit-hair/3/#sthash.6gIpAXry.dpuf
Sameria Timmons says
Ummmm how u so this
Samantha S Marks says
I use a hair mayoniese in my hair straight off the shelves and straight in my hair i use this as a weekly treatment in my hair then i rinse out the following day
Kourtney Boston says
Wasn’t this the same site that said egg protein and mayonnaise does nothing for hair because the hair shaft is unable to absorb the size of the egg protein?
Yes egg is not absorbed but it still fixes damage on the surface of your hair.