HABIT FORGET THE MONEY.
The money spent on styling is wasted.
You have to keep your hair in a state of condition for your whole life, and you have to do it right.
Conditioning your hair is the ultimate luxury.
If you can do it properly, your hair will look amazing for years to come.
So get your conditioning done at a salon or beauty salons.
Here are some things to consider before you start your conditioning journey: Do you want to be seen as the guy who did all the conditioning?
If you want that attention, you better make sure you do it well.
You might not have a ton of time to do your conditioning, but you can’t afford not to.
Get your hair cut or styled, too.
You want to look your best with a nice, thick, frizzy head of hair.
Do you really want to have to get it cut?
No one likes a messy, disheveled head of curly hair.
That means you need to cut your hair short.
If it’s too long, it will look a little too long.
Do your hair styles look good with or without conditioning?
Yes, but it’s important to make sure your style doesn’t look like a fake.
Look for something with a thin, soft texture that doesn’t pull at your scalp.
Do the hair colors look good without conditioning too?
No, because conditioning is only the beginning.
You can also color your hair, so long as you use a conditioner that’s pH neutral and won’t leave any residue.
Do I need to shampoo?
If your hair isn’t in a condition, shampoo it before your conditioning is complete.
You won’t need to do any conditioning once you’re done with your hair.
But if you want your hair that won’t curl up and lose its shine, you need a good shampoo.
Use a mild shampoo with a good amount of conditioner.
You don’t need a high-end shampoo with the kind that will make your hair look shiny.
I have a few products that can do this.
For those who are going to do conditioning for a long time, here are a few tips to make your conditioning a breeze: Choose a shampoo that doesn