How I keep my low porosity hair moisturized!!

How I keep my low porosity hair moisturized!!  
Hey guys so I’m back with another post on moisture. It’s one of the most frequently asked questions in the natural hair community especially if you have low porosity hair. 

  
What is low porosity hair? Well in simplistic terms it’s hair that struggles to let in moisture but once moisturized it holds on to moisture.

    
 
Since I have low porosity hair I instill moisture in EVERY step of my cleansing and styling routine. Here’s my routine. 
1. Use a Moisturizing Shampoo or Co-wash.

2. Condition and detangle.

3. Apply Deep Conditioner section by section throughly work product in using cap and heat / or steamer for at least 30 mins.

4. Rinse Deep Conditioner.

5. Apply Stylers 
My stylers are layered in the following order : 

Gel/ or cream styler 

Followed by Nature’s blessing hair oil ( I prefer finishing my layering with an oil since oil is a sealant and will seal in all the moisture I have instilled in my hair)

6. I don’t really use leave ins as I don’t see this as a needed step and many leave- ins don’t play well with other products. Enough moisture is instilled in my hair from the deep conditioner. 
These are the steps that keep my low porosity hair conditioned soft and most of all moisturized.

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8 thoughts on “How I keep my low porosity hair moisturized!!

  1. curlywifey says:

    I agree that apply hear or steam while deep conditioning is a game changer! I always use the cap and sit under my hooded dryer and deep condition at least every 1 to 2 weeks. Thanks for tips your hair looks great 😄

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