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Natural oil is meant to coat and protect the hair, but becomes trapped in between the ridges of the hair and does not move down the hair strands. Consequently we need to make sure our hair is properly moisturized to prevent breakage.
Black hair has just about the opposite needs of many other types of hair. Where many non-Black people dread greasy hair, wash their hair often, condition it sparingly, and pile on the dry shampoo, Black people must turn to oils and leave-in conditioners. That is to say, both our routines and our products tend to be different for good reason.
Black hair — or in more technical terms, 4A–4C hair — tends to be prone to dryness, brittleness, and breakage. Wigs offer an extra layer of protection for natural Black hair, which is often vulnerable to product and environmental damage, especially when it’s not cared for properly.
Another reason Black women may choose to wear wigs is because of the protection, ease, and convenience they offer.Wigs give African American women a unique opportunity to change their hairstyle as often as they’d like without worrying about the damaging effects of chemicals or heat styling.
Wigs offer an alternative to spending time trying to manage one’s hair in the morning. For Black women with naturally kinky or curly hair, the process of detangling and styling can be time-consuming. Wigs can save them a lot of time and effort in the mornings.
Your skin is the organ that comes into contact with the rest of the world. It holds body fluids in, preventing dehydration (dee-hahy-DREY-shun), and keeps harmful microbes (MYE-krobs) out—without it, we would get infections. Your skin is full of nerve endings that help you feel things like heat, cold, and pain. If you couldn’t feel these things, you could get badly hurt and not even know it!
Since your skin plays such an important role in protecting your body, you should keep it as healthy as you can. This will help you keep from getting sick or having damage to your bones, muscles, and internal organs.