We all get tired of keeping natural hair due to its shrinkage, Although shrinkage is a sign of healthy hair, it makes natural hair look unkempt and difficult to style.
Shrinkage is one of the issues most women face when grooming their natural hair, as the name implies it means your hair shrinks from its original curl length.
The African hair naturally shrinks However, washing your hair and, the humidity in the environment contributes to the shrinkage.
In this article are five methods to straighten your natural hair. you would thank me later
1. Make your hair in a twist out before washing.
The best way to avoid shrinkage starts with washing. Before washing your hair, divide it and make twists out. Wash your hair twisted. Not to worry, using twists won’t affect how clean your hair comes out clean, it keeps it detangled and stretched.
2. Stretching your hair.
Many techniques help you stretch out your natural hair, these techniques also protect your hair. Twists out, braids, banding and using threads is a natural way to bring your hair to its full length.
3. Using a texturizer
The natural hair community is strongly against this because they feel you should only use natural hair products on your hair, but they are some wizards to this, the fact that it does stretch out your hair while maintaining some curls. Using texturizer also makes your hair easier to manipulate, comb and pack
4. Use coconut milk
Now using an all-natural product on your hair can be risky, but this step is easy. Break a coconut and use the water in it as shampoo. Just pour it into your hair, massage it deeply and wash it off after about 20 minutes.
5. Use anti-frizz products
Anti-frizz products help you smoothen and elongate your natural hair. Anti-frizz products straighten your natural hair and prevent shrinkage.