High porosity hair can be challenging at retaining moisture, not to mention the frizziness and tangles. Despite the effects, there is a better way to care for and/or recover from high porosity hair. In this video I’m sharing what you need to know to SEE a difference fast!
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Thank you for sharing your knowledge. You are most informative. I have thin, high porosity hair & I know I should just cut it & keep it short. I will never have hair that is long & thick, right? I simply just do not like short hair for myself. I’m thinking it’s because I am insecure & it’s like a security blanket, I don’t know. I have recently experienced protein overload (misread label & left it in way too long, that part was due to an emergency, 4got anything was even n my hair because I had a ball cap on over plastic & went flying out th door~ stupid, stupid, I know) I was FINALLY getting my hair in somewhat decent shape. It actually had some bounce & shine:) I do not use heat, or dyes, I braid it sometimes, rarely a ponytail because so afraid of breakage. I learned the hard way to research what will do my hair more good than harm BEFORE just taking anyone’s word for it, especially advertising for hair care products. Which, is when I found you. What a blessing you are:)
I have a question that I cannot find an answer to ANYWHERE on the internet. When I look up protein overload, all I see is LOW porosity & 4c natural hair. Nothing about frying your your hair w/ too much protein (again, so stupid!) & High porosity hair. Between the skin cancer on my face & my hair that I spend a great deal of time trying to do the right thing by, I avoid all mirrors, even when I am brushing my teeth. Any advice you have would be the greatest Christmas gift ever. Thank you again for taking the time to read my ramblings & I look 4ward to hearing back from you. Take care & happy holidays,
If you have experienced protein overload I would just increase your deep conditioning to at least once a week or once every two weeks. A good conditioner I like is Aussie Moist Miracle Curls Conditioner. This should help you see an improvement over time.
I hope this helps.