What is sealing?: Sealing can be achieved by using oils or silicone based products to retain moisture levels in the hair.
Jamaican Black Castor Oil
seal after every wash or whenever I feel like my hair is dryer than
usual. I only wash my hair about twice a month so when I do seal on a
wash day, it’s a pretty “heavy” seal to avoid having to reseal and weigh
my hair down as the week goes on. My
seal regimen is simple. I wash (co-wash), apply my leave in moisturizer
which is usually Oyin Handmade’s Honey Hemp conditioner, then I part my
hair in 4/5 sections, spritz water
and apply my raw butter or castor oil and use my Denman brush to
detangle. Lately I have been reaching more for the castor oil because my
hair has been needing to retain more moisture. I find that JBCO is just right for my thick strands, it’s a tad heavy which is good for me and it smooths my hair cuticle.
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