Guide to Maintaining a Natural Hair Protein-Moisture Balance

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Your hair is mostly made up of keratin protein which has a large contribution on how your hair look and feel, in other words, your hair texture. When the protein bonds are not in a good shape, you can expect dry, brittle hair that consistently breaks.

However, when the protein bonds are in good health, then your hair can look and feel the way you want it to.

Your hair’s protein level also plays a big role on how your hair takes in moisture. This means that if your hair is lacking in protein, then moisture retention can be a BIG problem, regardless of the amount of products that you use in your hair.

This e-book has however been broken down into mini series to address your various hair concerns and meet your personal hair goals.

This is why in my e-book, I talk about the following key points:
– How permanent hair colors affects your hair’s protein balance
– How to create a protein-moisture balanced regimen
– When to apply protein treatments in your hair and why your hair needs a protein treatment
– Products and techniques to keep your hair balanced

After reading my e-book, your hair should:
– Have more elasticity and have more shine
– Feel more moisturized and stronger

In my e-book, you will find some obvious and not-so-obvious best practices on healthy natural hair care. Think of this e-guide as your key to creating the hair of your dreams. All you have to do though, is to implement the tips into your hair care routine, starting from today!

This e-book contains tip #324-345 of my 365 Daily Natural Hair E-Book. Check out the rest of the e-book in the series for a comprehensive natural hair knowledge.

1 review for Guide to Maintaining a Natural Hair Protein-Moisture Balance

  1. Abisola (verified owner)

    Lots of helpful information in the cue cards.

    Thanks.

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