Reader Janeica says;
I loved your article entitled ‘When the love of finger detangling goes too far’. I think it was great to show that natural haircare is not homogenous. I also wanted to bring light to another practice that is, at times frowned upon, but important for some of us — blowdrying. It took me a while but I’ve finally realized that light blowdrying is essential to my regimen.
My hair is extremely coily and the coils are of different widths and, after wetting, shrink down at different rates. I found I was getting a lot of breakage and knots doing wet styling, and that stretching by re-braiding wasn’t getting the coils stretched out evenly. I finally decided to incorporate light blowdrying to my regimen, with great results! I keep the blowdryer cool enough that I could run it an inch away from my skin with no pain, and basically use the light heat as a tool to stretch out my hair. So today I was wondering;
Do any other naturals make use of light heat styling as a tool for hair management? Where does it fit into their regimen. And do they get any flak for it?Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment. Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.