How Y’all Doin’? *in my best WENDY WILLIAMS voice*, I have not had much feed back from you my esteemed readers so I don’t know if my tips are helping? Hope they are! I know you read my posts but Id also love to know how your hair is doing too…
Okay to my topic, this month I want to focus on hair products that work, I have mentioned most of them in the past but Id like to highlight them again and also give you tips on how BEST they will work for you.
Castor Oil is proven hair oil that promotes and stimulates growth of hair follicles.Its thick, doesn’t particularly have a smell and it REALLY GROWS HAIR!! Whether it be Caucasian, African, 4b, 2a, 3c, natural or relaxed, castor oil grows it all!! The Jamaican Black Castor Oil is particularly popular among the African American circle but to me its essentially the same as normal castor oil.
BUT you have to know how to make it work for your hair! As mentioned above, it’s a very thick oil so applying it directly to your whole head of your hair, root to tip will weigh your hair down and make it look limp, a very unattractive look!! To avoid that, you will need to mix it with other lighter oils like olive or almond oil to reduce its thick consistency.
For Castor Oil to work for you, I advice you use it as a prepoo treatment- which is any hair treatment done before you shampoo your hair to prevent it from the drying effect of most shampoos- applying castor oil to your scalp and massaging it then covering it with a shower cap or staying under a hooded dryer will allow it penetrate deep into your hair follicles and stimulate hair growth, follow it with a shampoo to reduce product buildup, repeat at least once a week and your hair will definitely be THICKER soon!
Its one of the best oils you can use to target certain problem areas on your scalp like your hair line or any thinning patch on your head. Best way for it to work for you is not to douse your hair with it oh!!lol. Best way is to soak up a cotton ball with castor oil, section your hair or concentrate on the problem area and gently rub the cotton ball on the scalp area, massage gently, repeat as often as you can but remember to wash your hair after a while to avoid a buildup.
Again Castor Oil will NOT work for you if you apply it heavy handedly to your hair, its too thick for such generosity. What will happen is, your hair pores will get clogged, retain dirt from sweat and your hair will suffer in the long run for that.
So that’s it for my Castor Oil review. Expect more reviews from me, try castor oil out(which is extremely affordable and available) and pleeeeeaaaaassssseeee let me know how your hair is reacting to it, heck let me know about anything concerning your hair, Im eager to hear from my readers, its all the encouragement I need to keep blogging or else!!!lol just kidding!
Thanks for stopping by oh!!Keep it here!!