Black Hair Care
Black hair is the darkest and most common of all human hair colors globally. It is a dominant genetic trait and it is found in people of all backgrounds and ethnicities. Sometimes very dark brown hair mistaken for black because the potency of eumelanin in the hair gives it the lustrous properties of black hair, using the rationale that “brown” does not do the darkness of the shade justice.
What you think is better to keep black hair healthy?
To take care about black hair healthy and glossy is a straight forward process requiring good care products and attention to your hair on a regular basis. You need at least to wash every 4 to 5 days. Wash more frequently if the hair appears lank or you have dandruff problems. The second step that we recommend to you is to condition hair regularly. Conditioning after a shampoo is important, as is the option of a leave in conditioner for dry days or if you work in a dry building. Condition regularly. Conditioning after a shampoo is important, as is the option of leave in conditioner for dry days or if you work in dry building. Avoid blow drying hair. Let it dry naturally, by blow drying your hair, you’re damaging it and drying it out. Do not use greasy products or chemical products. Your hair will be fine without overloading it with products. It is also a good idea to avoid dyes and perms.
When you show to the store about the hair products, buy with quality. Some cheap shampoo’s soaps which don’t suit you will affect your black hair. It not important to buy expensive products but of quality.
The trend is going to black hair. If you want a free style, you can create a chunkier texture by grabbing and gently the entire before letting go. You can use the primary colors red. Blue .and yellow plus black and white to get of the colors, The three primary colors are red, yellow and blue, they are they only colors that cannot by mixing two other colors.