Originally Posted by aseer_al3youn
thank you for the website
I checked it but I was overwhelmed with the content
my hair is naturally dry and curly
I noticed that after conditioning it becomes more moisturised, yet at the end of the day u feel it's thuristy
I've tried greasy creames and others but they don't seem to work
I wander if there is a cream the controls the fizziness and keep the hair hydrated
Aha! Try this one: http://www.britishcurlies.co.uk/
basically, curly hair tends to be dry, so it has to be treated gently. Find a shampoo without sulfates and a conditioner with no silicones (nothing that ends in -cone or -xane), wash with the shampoo, condition with the conditioner, put a little conditioner in after you rinse as a leave-in, mix this with a smidge of the coconut oil. Once your hair gets in good shape you can sometimes use regular shampoo and stuff with silicones, but while you are getting it back it's better to avoid them because:
The sulfates strip too much moisture from the hair
The silicones form a barrier on your hair that is hard to remove without the sulfates
I REALLY like these for rehabilitating dry hair, they are expensive though.
And if, as you say, your hair feels good when you wash it but then when it gets dry it gets too dry, you may possibly be able to just change the styler. I'd try the Coffee Coco Curl Creme
, it is very conditioning, but it doesn't have much hold; on my hair, personally, I use gel over curl creme or conditioner. The creamy stuff conditions then the gel holds the hair so it doesn't frizz.
But you can have good hair All The Time if you lean your hair's properties and treat it according to them - so I know, for me, my hair is Coarse, Low Porosity; it likes a lot of moisture, little protein, strong gel to keep it from puffing out. My daughter has hair that looks similar but hers is Fine, Medium Porosity; hers likes a lot more protein in the products. Protein makes her hair silky and shiny, it makes mine sticky and hard. Different kinds of hair.
yeah, confusing. But ooh, once you know what your hair type is you can get such good results, totally worth it IMO to geek out about your hair for awhile and figure it out.