moisturizing fine natural hair

If you’re looking for information on moisturizing fine natural hair in a manner that’s effective and allows you to actually retain that moisture, this is going to be your go-to source. It contains information on all things moisture related as it pertains to hair.

Below you’ll find various articles written on the subject of moisturizing fine natural hair. This Moisture 101 page is a guide for helping those with fine natural hair discover the most effective moisturizing routine.

Moisture Articles by Category: Moisture Impartation Tips, Moisture Retention Tips,
Moisturizing Based on Porosity Type, Seasonal Moisture Tips, Moisture and Products

Moisture Impartation Tips

When it comes to imparting moisture to your hair, it may seem like a relatively simple thing to do. All you have to do is wet your hair right? Not quite.

The articles below share with you a number of ways to get moisture into your fine natural hair.

How to Moisturize Fine Hair

7 Ways to Get Moisture Into Natural Hair

Moisture Retention Tips

Once your hair is good and moisturized, all the moisture in the world won’t be worth a hill of beans if you don’t retain said moisture. It’s what’s called moisture retention and the articles below provide good information on helping you to retain moisture in your fine natural hair.

The two How-to articles above on moisturizing low and high porosity hair could also be included in this section since they both show you how to seal moisture into the hair after imparting it.

Good Hair Habit #4 – Moisturize and Seal Daily

Reboot Your Hair in 6 Steps: Step 6 – Moisturize & Seal

How To: Moisturizing and Sealing Fine Natural Hair

Moisturizing Based on Porosity Type

High Porosity Hair – In this articles, you’ll find tips on moisturizing and sealing the moisture into high porosity hair.

High porosity hair has very “loose” cuticles and moisture easily escapes the hair. Therefore, this hair type requires extra diligence with keeping the hair moisturized.

Low Porosity Hair – This article shares tips on how to moisturize and seal low porosity hair that’s also fine. You’ll notice the similarity with moisturizing high porosity hair is that you still need to close your hair’s cuticles during the final rinse.

Low porosity hair is a type that has difficulty with receiving moisture unless the cuticles are open. However, moisture loss isn’t easily achieved once those cuticles close down. Hence, you want the cuticles closed by the end of the wash cycle.

Seasonal Tips to Moisturize Fine Natural Hair

Moisturizing your hair in the summer can be quite different from the way you do it in the winter. For one, the types of products you use matter.

Summertime Tips to Keep Your Hair Moisturized

Taking Advantage of Humid Weather for Hair Growth

The Best Time to Use Glycerin to Moisturize Your Hair

Moisture and Products

best moisturizers for natural hair

One Product You Need for Your Softest Most Hydrated Hair Ever!

3 Protein Treatments That Strengthen & Moisturize Fine Hair

How to Choose Good Hair and Skin Moisturizers

The Coconut Oil Debate: Oils vs Moisturizer

Why The Order in Which You Layer (Apply) Your Hair Products Matters

Replacing Honey with Agave in Natural Hair Recipes?

Hair Steaming & Detangling with Glycerin | Wash Day Experience

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