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4 Things to Know About Natural Hair
Texture describes the width of each individual strand of hair you have. Hair textures are classified 3 ways: Fine, medium or thick. You’ll often find people refer to thick hair as coarse. Because fine textures are delicate this texture is also more prone to breakage. This is especially true if you manipulate often such as constantly twisting, braiding, touching etc. I am an actual victim of this! Thicker textures where the width of your strand is larger is often stronger and can sustain more manipulation without as much damage. Understanding your texture will help in re-evaluating your common hair regimen, better help you understand which products to purchase and also which natural oils work best for your texture.
Density relates to how many individual strands of hair you have in total. An easy way to think of this is how many strands you have per square inch. Extremely dense hair can easily achieve big voluminous styles simply because the hair is more compact per square inch. Ever wonder why that one amazing blogger’s twist-out or wash and go is so popping but your results were just so-so? Here’s the catch….you guys could both have the same hair type number (3c/4b) however; the density could be dramatically different. As a result, the same style will look differently on both of you. For low-density hair, try fluff your curls more at the root for volume. Also, use lightweight products like serums and gel-like products to define your curls so it doesn’t weigh your hair down.
Want to know more ways to define your curls? Read: 4 Ways to Enhance Your Natural Curl Pattern
Porosity describes your hair’s ability to absorb moisture. I strongly believe this is one of the most important things to know about your natural hair. The 3 types of porosity levels are low, normal, & high. Low porosity hair is harder for moisture to enter; however once the strands are fully moisturized, the moisture is locked in tight. High porosity hair absorbs moisture quickly but can also lose moisture just as fast. Once you understand the porosity of your hair a whole new world of caring for your natural curls well emerge. Correctly sealing moisture for your porosity level will lead to more moisturized hair over time, length retention and growth. Ask yourself: does my hair need light oils or heavy butters to seal in the moisture?
Elasticity measures the “stretchiness” of your hair. If your hair has a hard time stretching when wet and does not return to its natural state after pulling, your hair more than likely has low elasticity. Low elasticity also will result in increased breakage because the hair is so fragile. Research shows elasticity cannot exist when there is an imbalance of moisture and protein. For low elasticity, hair search key protein ingredients in your hair care products for strengthening. However, if you have a protein overload opt for more moisturizing conditioners to maintain the balance.
What are the key things to know about your natural hair that has helped you along your journey? Comment and let me know!
Local G’Natural Products Partners Wegmans Stores
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – The G’Natural Herbal Products Line created by Washingtonian entrepreneur, Roger Gore has partnered with the Wegmans Grocer Chain to distribute the G’Natural Herbal Products line. G’Natural can be purchased at all 82 Wegmans stores along the east coast starting November 21st; just in time for your holiday gift purchases. G’Natural is an herbal natural hair and skin care product line developed to enhance and maintain personal care regimens for women and men.
Wegmans, the largest expanding grocer chain with stores located in PA, MA, MD, NY, NJ, and VA has progressively selected vendors to enhance their product offerings. Their insightful selection of the G’Natural Herbal Products brand will provide Wegmans the opportunity to capitalize on two emerging markets; the health conscious and the natural hair wearer. G’Natural began the partnership with Wegmans Woodmore, Laural, Maryland in 2011. In just 12 weeks at Wegmans, G’Natural Herbal Products did so well it became the number one hair care brand reported by Health Beauty Cosmetics, number two in unit sales and number one in gross profit. Wegmans and G’Natural are sure to duplicate this success throughout the Wegmans network of stores starting November 21st.
Roger Gore established G’Natural Products in 1996. Once a stylist himself Mr. Gore on the front lines- saw the need to create products to help people with hair and skin care concerns. Baldness, dry and itchy scalp, razor and wig rash are known concerns for women. However, men understand the importance of having a personal care regimen, also. “Our products are formulated to show a difference after just one use,” says Roger Gore, “If you try it, you will always buy it!”
With the best advertisement, mainly word of mouth distribution through Mom’s Organic Markets, Browns Market, Living Naturally, Nature’s way To Health, Natural Health Center, The Natural, Takoma CO-OP, Yes! Organic Markets, and a number of health food stores, Mr. Gore has grown G’Natural Herbal Products into a player in the personal care market. With the addition of Wegmans 82 stores starting November 21st , G’Natural Herbal Products will continue to grow and become a leading national hair care company. Now you can purchase G’Natural Herbal Products at all Wegmans stores starting November 21st, just in time for your holiday planning.
Enhance your personal care maintenance with G’Natural Herbal Products. Roger Gore, CEO, G’Natural says, “It’s not only important what you put in your body but what you put on it as well. People really love the Body and Hair butter, Hair and Scalp Conditioner, Hair Growth Oil, Kinky Coily Curl Custard, Oh So Clean Sulfate Free Shampoo, Mint Fortress Paraben Free Conditioner, Honey Glaze Pudding Crème and Safflower/Calendula based Herbal Body and Hair Oil..they are always saying G’Natural smells good enough to eat.” You can safely use G’Natural Herbal Products. We invite you to go to one of our outlets or a Wegmans near you on November 21st and try a G’Natural Herbal Product for yourself.