Castor Oil Persuasive Speech

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What NOT To Use If there is one thing to remember as a curly curl, it’s that “each head of hair is unique.” Sometimes, there are things that shouldn’t work but do and at other times, things that should work never do. Go figure. There’s no one size fits all solution or fail safe when it comes to curly hair care. Your hair is in charge and you do as it says or deal with the consequences. As you read the information below, please keep this in mind and if something you never thought would work for your hair did or vice versa please share your story below. Here’s a brief look at some products you really should not use. What: Heavy oils such as castor oil Who: Fine haired naturalistas Why: Fine haired curlies have strands that are easily weighed down. This makes lightweight products a fine haired curly girl’s best friend. Heavy oils such as castor oil will weigh the hair down and cause it to look stringy and greasy. You don’t have to completely abstain from using castor oil, however, mixing it with light oils, such as sweet almond oil, argan oil or jojoba oil is a great way to get the benefits of castor oil without the weight.…show more content…
Healthy hair has the right balance of protein and moisture. If your conditioner uses the terms fortifying or strengthening in the description there’s a good chance that protein overload will result if it’s consistently used as a cowash. What:
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