Do you lose clumps of hair regularly and don’t know why? Are you tired of trying new products and noticing that the clumps are just getting bigger, instead of smaller? What about when you comb your hair. Do you notice after removing your hairstyle, the shedding is so much it can create a “small wig”. We get embarrassed about this and it’s something that we don’t like to share with others because we feel like it’s out of control and can’t be fixed. However, that’s nonsense because we can tell the shed “girl bye” since there are ways for us to get rid of it and it’s something that we as people all suffer from.
You may be asking what is Porosity, to begin with. Porosity determines how well your hair takes on or absorbs water. Depending on how permeable or absorbent your hair is, this will be the deciding factor on if your hair texture classifies as high, low, or medium porosity. In addition to that, it also refers to how open or close the cuticle layer of your hair is. This is very important to know especially when you are creating your own DIY products or purchasing products from other brands.
The reason being is your hair is like a juicy piece of fruit. When you tend to it and water the seeds, the fruit will then grow and gain its beautiful color in addition to becoming juicy and succulent when you bite into it. The same reasoning can be applied to your hair when you know your porosity type. By knowing this information, not only will your hair texture be moisturized and your curls look juicy and succulent like the fruit, but you’ll also be able to maintain consistent growth and prevent damage within your hair strands.
We always hear about how great natural oils and butters are for hair growth and hair nourishment. But we never really hear people talk about how seeds can enhance your hair’s health and be a great additive to your DIY products. If you think this sounds a little kooky, I’m daring you to try adding this to your DIY products or meal plan for about a month, give or take and tell me that it didn’t work as well as I said it would. Too scared to try this alone that’s fine, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll try this challenge with you.
So Now Let’s Just Talk About What Quinoa Actually Is
Quinoa is a part of the superfood group family and contains protein, fiber, sugar, carbohydrates, and fats. So if you do plan on adding this to your meal plan, it’s a great substitute for grains and rice.