Texturized Hairstyles skin cannot provide enough moisture. Hair does not have a natural oiliness. The oils produced by the scalp are retained in the hair to make it look shiny and moist. Sometimes the scalp does not make enough oil and causes the hair to dry out. Depending on age, the oil production of the scalp may decrease. Since there is skin under the hair follicles, dry scalp occurs together with dry skin. Dry scalp peels off in the form of dandruff and spills over the shoulders.
These situations can harm Texturized Hairstyles:
Over-washing or using a harsh shampoo causes the natural oil in your hair to go away.
Drying the hair very often with a hair dryer (especially after using alcohol-containing products that shape the hair before drying)
Using a high-temperature hair straightener or curling iron
Exposing hair to sun, extreme cold and wind
Having chemical processes such as dye, perm, Brazilian blow dry
Each strand of healthy hair has a protective layer called the cuticle. The cuticle protects your hair from heat damage. A healthy cuticle reflects light, creating shine and shine in the hair. When it is damaged, the hair separates from the hair and the damaged hair does not reflect the light. It absorbs light and this causes hair to look dull and lifeless.