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Black people with very curly hair use a "pick". It's broad in width and has several widely spaced teeth unlike a regular comb. I think they are lucky because they don't have to constantly comb their hair and usually their hair is much healthier than that of Caucasians hair. - I use a pick but also i section my hair into like 6-9 sedction, hols the hair then comb fromthe tips to the root so i don't pull out that much hair - I have a regular comb like anyone else! EXCEPT 4 my brush! Caucasians can use a brush with metal things at the end while black people have to brush with a brush that has bendy things at the end! THAT IS THE BRUSH I USE BECAUSE I'M BLACK AND PROUD!
Some salons will require that you're 12 years old to get highlights, but there are no laws around it. It's more a question of how old SHOULD you be? But you won't be stopped from buying hair dye or making an appointment just because you're under 18.
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- The temperature of water you choose to use on your hair can result in different outcomes, but not to the degree of affecting hair growth, or how long you will or won't keep it.
- Using slightly hot water may be beneficial if your hair and scalp is particularly oily, or gets especially dirty during the day. Some experts believe an excess build-up of oil on the scalp clogs the pores and can have a significant effect on hair growth. Because sebum (oil) contains DHT, which is linked to hair loss, it's good to keep the scalp clean and free of oil buildup.
- Just as a sauna opens the pores of your skin, slightly hot water opens the pores on the scalp, allowing oil, dirt and debris to be easily washed away. Every hair follicle has its own oil producing gland that keeps hair lubricated, strong and healthy, however, using water that's too hot can strip your hair of its natural oils, leaving it dry and prone to breakage. Warm water is usually effective and by and large the best temperature for cleansing the scalp and hair.
- Using cool water as a final rinse, after shampooing and conditioning, is a good way to lock moisture in the hair. The cool water closes the cuticle (top) layer of the hair, sealing in the moisture from the conditioner, and strengthening the hair, leaving it shiny and healthy.
- Regardless of water temperature you would be wise to gently massage your entire scalp every time you shampoo. A massage stimulates your hair follicles and increase blood flow, thus waking up sleepy cells and encouraging healthier abundant hair production.