So you’ve taken the plunge and decided to get rid of the creamy crack for good. You’ve done the big chop or maybe you transitioned for many months.
You’re now left with this dry mess on your head and have no idea how to handle it. You want it to be soft and manageable, just like all those natural hair models.
Someone mentions porosity, and you’re like, say what?
A lot of people know about hair protein, hair damage, and even their hair type number, but knowledge about porosity isn’t widespread. We think that’s a great shame, because getting to know your hair’s porosity status can help you on the way to ensuring you get that glossy, healthy-looking mane you covet.
For example, you might see your friend’s hair is in great condition, and ask them how they keep it looking so nice. They tell you their whole hair care regimen, so you try it for yourself, but with no results.
This may well be because you have similar hair types, but different porosity levels. What works for one porosity doesn’t work for another.
In the dark about porosity and how it affects your hair condition?