How To Enhance Your Hair Care Toolkit


Enjoy these tips and product suggestions to better care for your hair!

If You Have Fine Hair 

People with fine hair need to be careful when it comes to anything containing an oil like argan, coconut, or olive. While incredibly hydrating these wonder ingredients can be too much for fine tresses. Too much and you’ll add weight to the hair making it heavy, flat and limp. Aloe oil is a great alternative as it’s far lighter and will nourish without leaving hair looking or feeling greasy. Try: Philip Kingsley Maximiser Volumizing styling spray for fine, limp and flyaway hair. Providing super body, and maximum volume. Holds the hair, whilst adding shine and smoothing frizz. For use on wet hair, but can also be used on dry hair as a setting lotion. $23.50.

If You Have Thick Hair 

Thicker hair needs more hydration than fine textured hair due to its wider diameter. It’s worth investing in products that are moisture balancing to meet the needs of the drier ends and newer roots. If you find your hair is prone to frizzing, choose lightweight smoothing products that will tame and not weigh your style down. 

If your hair is wavy or curly, a heavier cream or serum may be needed. Try: K√©rastase Nutritive Bain Satin 2 Shampoo This hard-working shampoo gently cleanses hair without removing any moisture. It restores moisture, shine and also leaves a shield on the fibre’s surface to protect it from drying out any further. Hair will be left soft, smooth and manageable with this tool for $19.50.

If You Have African-American Hair

With its unique structure African-Caribbean hair is the most vulnerable to damage of all hair textures. It has specific processing, styling and grooming needs and needs products that are suited to it. Being curly this type tangles easily and a lot of breakage happens through pulling so it’s important to take extra care. Always start at the ends and work up to your roots with a wide-tooth comb. Try: Charlotte Mensah Manketti Hair Oil $48. If you have coarse or curly hair Coarse, curly hair can often get dehydrated as it’s harder for natural oils to travel down the shaft and coat the entire strand. Jojoba oil and Shea butter are perfect as they are similar to our own natural hair oils. This type of hair can be difficult to style if it’s been over-washed and become frizzy but don’t be tempted to reach for anything too silicone-heavy as it will dull your colour and end up causing even more frizz. A pre-shampoo treatment can work wonders on coarse hair giving ultimate shine and hydration. Try: Leonor Greyl L’Huile De Pre-Shampoo Treatment Apply to dry mid-lengths and ends and distribute with a comb, making sure all the strands are coated. Leave to work for five to 10 minutes (or overnight) and then shampoo out. $30

If You Have Damaged Hair 

Those with colored hair should avoid shampoos containing sulphates and silicones as they will strip color and leave behind a residue that will make your new color look dull and flat. Try: Moroccanoil Restorative Hair Mask Give yourself and your hair a treat with this moisture-rich, protein-packed mask. Not only does it give life to sad hair instantly but it also infuses protein back into strands with its restorative formula rich in argan oil and shea butter to restore hair’s elasticity and rebuild its strength from the inside out.

Keep these tips and tactical tools in mind an add some flare to your hair!

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