Dealing with Moisture Overload
|1BlessedNatural: Dealing with Moisture Overload|
Happy Saturday, my blessed naturals,
Last time, I told you that I was experiencing breakage with my natural hair and was going to do a protein treatment. Two protein treatments later lol, I'm here to tell you about my 2nd time with moisture overload.
|1BlessedNatural: (After 2nd protein treatment)- The hair in my bang area was the roughest.|
When I did my last protective style, my hair was very dry and brittle. It was breaking off in little pieces. My hair also had a mushy and light feeling even after being moisturized. I started thinking about my diet (which wasn't the best) and my water intake. However, it was weird that my hair just changed its texture in a matter of 1 week. As a result, my hair was taken down and washed. Then, I deep conditioned with the ORS Hair Mayonnaise. I usually do this every 2 months. However, the last time I did a protein treatment was around Easter. It was too soon to have to do it again. Plus I had to clip my ends recently which I usually don't have to do often. The bottom line is I knew something was up! My hair was in a really bad condition.
Before I realized I was experiencing moisture overload, I was thinking that I was going to have to cut all of my hair off and start over, and ain't nobody got time for that! LOL Thank God that wasn't the case. My last moisture overload experience wasn't as severe as this one. Plus, the circumstances were different.
|1BlessedNatural: my hair with the ORS Hair Mayonnaise on it. You can see my curl pattern is almost gone.|
|1BlessedNatural: My hair with moisture overload before and after treating it|
|1BlessedNatural: after second protein treatment|
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