Hey Kiya Beauty!
Did you know that one of the main keys to seeing your hair grow long and healthy is by retaining the length? The way you retain length is by maintaining then ends of your strands which is actually the oldest part of your hair.
Now bearing that in mind, do you seal your ends? If you’re unfamiliar, the process is described as using an oil or butter on damp ends to seal in moisture and delay the inevitable dryness that will occur and prevent your ends from breaking off, thus allowing you to retain length.
Let's get into it!
But Why Seal Your Ends?
You seal to prevent split ends and flaunt healthier hair. As I mentioned, it helps to delay dryness and prevent your ends from breaking off. Sealing your ends is also a great way to de-frizz in between wash days. It smoothes the hair shaft, adds shine to your hair and helps to revive short hairstyles.
Our Top Tips
Don't Wait Til Wash Day: If your curls are prone to drying out on a daily basis, consider employing your trusty Sweet Nourishing Oil on the ends of your strands to seal in moisture for the day.
Coil Your Ends: After applying your oil onto your ends, scrunch and consider coiling individual curls to smooth frayed ends and nourish your hair. You can do this just before stepping into the shower with a processing cap on to allow a little steam to further soften and hydrate your curls.
So that's why you should be sealing your ends and how to incorporate it into your routine. Did you used to seal your ends before? Let us know below!