so many people don’t understand the way in which you should use either of these products. Keep reading to discover the difference between a deep conditioner and a regular conditioner and when it’s best to use either of these.
When KhalidaNaturals was first created, we began with just a couple of products that were manufactured and stored in the basement of our home. Only when business picked up and our pool of customers exploded did we make the decision to expand our business. It is easy to get wrapped up in the excitement and motivation of beginning your own business, but the first priority should be making sure it is sustainable for long term success and growth.
Ladies with kinky-coily hair can attest that it seems like natural hair doesn’t grow. You wait, and you wait, only to give up hope that you will ever see new growth and longer curls. The basis to this myth is the extreme shrinkage that comes with kinky-coily curl patterns. The coils are so tightly wound that they show very minimal growth, despite the fact that your hair grows just as quickly as anyone else’s. Another culprit to this myth may be that natural hair is often more prone to breakage, as it tends to be dry and more brittle. The breakage, if not controlled, may give off the illusion that the hair is not growing at all.
If your hair type is 4C curls, then you are most likely already familiar with the unique challenges that come with styling these beautiful, yet high maintenance, curls. Type 4C hair tends to be highly prone to breakage, which can make styling and caring for your natural hair frustrating and overwhelming. Many kinky-curly girls are unaware of how to properly care for their hair, leaving them self-conscious about wearing their natural hair.
If you have been blessed with naturally curly hair, chances are you’ve spent many years attempting to fight frizz, define your curls, grow your hair, and build the voluminous locks you’ve always dreamed of. Unfortunately, many curly girls are unaware that there are three primary types of curls, all of which contain three subcategories that all require their own unique products and routines.
Curl types are defined by the way the hair grows from the follicle, which determines the texture and curl pattern of the hair. We have created a guide to curly hair types to help you understand your unique curl pattern, and how to care for them so that you can achieve lushious, vibrant, bouncy curls!