To look after nice hair, consider some old-fashioned or what we should prefer to call tried-and-true” treatments. am wedded and that is not what my husband married. My head of hair is on my body and blah blah blah. But, that is changing things that fascinated my husband in my opinion. That is like my husband being attracted to large Nicki Minaj like butts and I go get a butt reduction. So, heading from straight peaceful (and detrimental) wild hair to natural was a yr long talk/fight with my husband. But, he found how passionate I got about heading natural. So, I still need to keep it female and attractive all while being natural.Straight or oily hair probably would like a gentle hair shampoo made for daily washing. Hair comprises of protein, so be sure you feed take in enough protein. Whether grilled or boiled, eggs are an outstanding source of protein. How exactly to oil nice hair is one of those things you'll have to experiment. My biracial nieces have different needs. These are sisters. But, you have very fine, even hair and needs no additional petrol at all. The other can use a light essential oil which really helps control the frizziness.Before styling, let your mane air dry whenever you can. When you're pretty quickly and have to attain for that wild hair dryer make sure you use a heating protection spray ahead of time and keep the temperature of your straightener low, as it can fade your color. Thanks to Stephanie Seymour and Iman , and all of those top models, I needed to create products to maintain their mane. Two of my formulations, the cleansing cover up with lemon and the lavender petrol , are 20 years old and they never change. I love when you say toUntangle the cornrows carefully with the point of any rat-tail comb. No yanking or pulling allowed! You do not want to rip out chunks of locks. Use the comb to take it easy the cornrows, then use your hands to finish in the detangling. Focus on one cornrow at the same time. Don't worry if you see hair falling out in clumps - this is totally normal.One thing that i find disconcerts some women, and it is even a subject of grave concern, is that, at times, their locks falls away. Mine does indeed, too. Sometimes, indeed, it comes out almost in handfuls. A whole lot has come out that I have a great big pack full of these combings.” I never be concerned about it. I understand from experience that just as the head of hair falls out, so it grows again. It's the law of nature.