Natural Hair Mag

Non-Organic: Black hair with traces of chemicals

When black hair is chemically straightened or modified by chemicals, more often than not, there is a

thinning of the hair fiber at points where the natural bends were located and is still present which is

seen in the straightened hair fiber as a critical area of weakness. Thechanges and bends in both the

direction and diameter of the curl along a single strand cause black hair fibers to remain much more

fragile than other hair types. Extensive research has shown that the pulling force required to break

a strand of black hair is far less than the force required to break Asian or Caucasian strands. This is

also inclusive of European and Anglo-Saxon hair.  Although there is a differentiation of the hair

the make-up is essentially the same.

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