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Is your hair mask doing wonders for your locks or is it falling flat? To choose the right products, you first need to determine how porous your hair is. We’re here to help!
Porosity refers to how well your hair can absorb and hold moisture. The degree of porosity is determined by the flexibility of the outer hair layer, also known as the cuticle. Ideally, cuticles should be tightly bound, smooth, yet slightly open to enable the hair to absorb hair products (moisturizers, repair treatments, etc.).
There are three levels of hair porosity:
To determine how porous your hair is, simply do the following test:
Hair with low porosity also has difficulty absorbing hair products and treatments, but it’s not impossible! To give your strands a helping hand, take a hot shower (this will open your cuticles), apply a restorative hair mask, then rinse in warm water. Next, use a light oil (we love argon and jojoba oil) to help seal in moisture.
Although it often suffers from lack of hydration, hair with normal porosity can easily be tamed using quality moisturizing hair products.
Hair with high porosity has a permanently raised cuticle layer, causing it to be brittle and dull. The result? It quickly absorbs moisture, but has a hard time hanging on to it! There are several solutions to help deal with highly porous strands. Among the most popular is the LOC method (liquid, oil, cream). Start by wetting your hair. Next, apply an oil or oil-enriched mask to lock in moisture. Finally, apply a cream to seal all that moisture in.
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