Why Is Natural Hair So Dry?

Breanna Rutter

Nadia is frustrated with her natural hair because she knows that she does everything right. She moisturizes her hair with curl friendly products, she deep conditions when necessary, keeps up with trims when needed, sleeps with a silk scarf, the “whole nine” but nothing is stopping her hair from being dry!


My Step by Step Educational Hair Care Regimen DVD



Hair Care Tip #1 Incorporate the LOC Method (video here


Using the LOC Method to keep your hair moisturized is an effective way to keep your hair moisturized for an extended period of time. Use water or a leave in conditioner, an oil of your choice and a thick consistancy or hair cream/hair butter to apply to your hair lastly.



Hair Care Tip #2 Try heavier oils or/and butters like Grapeseed Oil or Shea Butter


LOC Hair Care Products Popularly Used for Black Hair

Coconut Oil

Olive Oil

Jojoba Oil

Grapeseed Oil

Castor Oil

Aloe Vera Juice

Shea Butter

Cocoa Butter



Hair Care Tip #3 Coarse textured hair can be confused with dry hair.


If the individual strands of your hair are large in size, you will think that you have rough hair or dry hair. Coarse hair does not mean that you have thick hair, the number of hairs your have indicates if you have thin hair or thick hair. Also just naturally, black hair has a tendency to be dry. With the incorporation of a healthy hair care regimen, your will rarely ever experience hair damage.

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