HairQare Lab Lesson Page Template & Guideline

This is the text that describes the lesson. You will always find it in the first paragraph of the google doc. Make sure that when you copy&paste the text from the Google doc, you paste it on the left pannel in ‘content’ and not directly here ins the box. The reason is that it might add an ugly white background behind the text that we don’t want. Normally, if there is any bold or formating in the google doc, it should stay when you copy paste.

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This is the introduction text from the cheat sheet. Make sure that you paste again the text in the left box in ‘content’ and not directly here on the page.  This is the rest of an example paragraph. However, if our elasticity is as balanced as it can be we have far more of a chance of retaining our locks and keeping them strong, long and healthy, well into the future! Also, essentially this characteristic helps us understand how well our hair can be brushed, styled or pulled! So as you can see, it is a hugely important part of our hair profile, which unfortunately, is often overlooked!

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Now, not everyone will necessarily have an obvious breakage point, especially if the hair is strong and healthy. However, if you do have breakage, all you have to do is measure the length of your hair up until the point that it breaks off. This will give you an idea of where the weakest point is in your hair and where you will need to focus your attention to strengthen the strands at this point to stop it breaking off. 

As you incorporate more and more healthy practices into your routine and start to grow out stronger, healthier hair, you will likely notice that your breakage point gets longer and longer, until one day it disappears. Essentially the weaker the hair strands, the easier they break, therefore, the stronger the hair, the less easily it breaks. However, it is important to remember that caring for the hair correctly goes a long way, for example using protective hairstyles, detangling, brushing and styling the hair very carefully and gently to put the least amount of pressure on the strands and follicles, and avoiding applying too much friction to the hair strands either from pillowcases, towels or headwear.

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  • It is important to discuss one of the reasons why your hair might have a low elasticity.  
    For example, sometimes low elasticity can be a sign that you are using too much protein in your routine, causing the hair to become more brittle and break more easily. Therefore it is more important to focus on hydration and moisture when it comes to using conditioners, deep conditioners or hair masks on your strands!
  • If your hair denatures, for example it stretches but doesn’t return to its original shape, this can be a sign that your hair has too little protein and too much moisture.
    👉 Incorporating a little more protein into your routine can help with this.
    🚩 Do check your porosity before adding protein to your routine, just to be sure you don’t have low porosity hair!
  • You can also consider the effects of your climate! 
    🌞 Dryer climates can often cause low elasticity girls more issues when it comes to brushing and styling their hair as the dryer climate can cause the strands to break much easier! 
    🌂A more humid climate can help improve elasticity due to the added moisture in the air!

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