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Male curly hispanic hair - suggestions ?

MiguelMAngelMiguelMAngel Posts: 1Registered Users
I've been growing my hair for the past 2 years. Recently it's become very dry; I can not find proper products to alleviate this. I am to the point where I want to cut off my hair and be done with it. But I want to keep trying. I like my long hair; I feel like I stand out more compared to the average male.

My hair is medium-long, curly-wavy and I'm Hispanic (from Nicaragua)

Thank you in advance.

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  • rmc2rmc2 Posts: 349Registered Users
    Only product to moisturize hair is WATER. I suggest a bottle spray filled with water or half water half aloe Vera juice, and a bit of oil like jojoba or sweet almond oil to seal the water/Moisture in hair. Try a mixture of 8 tbsp water and 1 tbsp oil.
  • rmc2rmc2 Posts: 349Registered Users
    Use the water spray in my prior reply to refresh your hair on no-wash days. Also, do not use shampoos to wash hair but silicone free conditioners. Google the Curly Girl Method for more info. My favorite is Trader's Joe Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner (around $3-$4$. Vo5 Moisture Milk Conditioner (passion fruit or strawberry cream) is also good. U can find it at supermarkets and sells for only 89 cents to $1.

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