Conquer Winter Static
In the cold winter months it is common for curly hair to become dry and brittle. This is not caused by the actual weather outside but rather, it is caused by indoor heating. Indoor heating sucks the moisture out of everything it touches. From your hair to your skin to plants in your house, indoor heating has no boundaries. Efficient humidifiers will help return some moisture back into the air to quench the dying thirst.
As curly hair is more porous than straight hair, it is more difficult to keep it moisturized in the winter. Increasing the moisture level in your hair is the difference between therapeutic and cosmetic hair care. While cosmetic products can patch the problem using silicones as a quick fix, therapeutic products using the right combination of pure ingredients without the interference of silicones will provide a much higher level of short and long term results. As time goes on your hair will keep improving with better hair days and easier styling.
The protein molecule in all Curly Hair Solutions products that is essential for moisture is a very high quality grade with a tiny molecular weight. This allows for our products to penetrate deep into the hair. To maintain the right moisture level for your curls in the dry winter months, use Silk Leave-In Conditioner to soften all rough, dry hair cuticles without ever leaving a film or coating. You can use a generous amount without the hair feeling greasy or sticky. It is a very popular product, especially during cold winter months with indoor heating.
Tweek is also a very popular product for this time of the year. It is the best product to control all “static” and fly-away hair, eliminate unruly frizz as well as fix all broken hairstyles caused by hat head and hoodies, a definite winter necessity. Click here to read up on Winter Hat Hazards.
When to apply Silk Leave-In Conditioner
Since the beginning, Silk Leave-In Conditioner has developed a very strong and loyal following. The question has always been do you apply Silk Leave-In Conditioner before or after Curl Keeper. The fact is that because they are both water based products and will blend together with ease. So it should not make a difference which one is applied first. We suggest trying both methods to see what gives you the best results. The key is to make sure you do use a lot of Curl Keeper and a generous amount of Silk Leave-In Conditioner. This will ensure complete coverage and great hair days.