Hair Type Of Style: Type 2 Wavy Hair
Face Shape of Hairstyle: The Round Face
Hairstyle Density: Medium Density
Hair Textures: Fine and Coarse
Hairstyle Age Under for: 18 – 30, 31 – 40, and 41 – 55
Hair Height: Long
Hair Weight: Thin, Average and Large
For Glasses: No glasses
Hair Style Time: 30 minutes
Products for Hairstyle:
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Amino Acids act in much the same way as proteins. Coating the hair shaft or cuticle to prevent breakage and adding some moisture to the scalp. There are twenty-two known amino acids. They are sometimes labeled RNA or DNA on the packaging, if the individual acids have not been listed.
Polymers are plastics that give the shaft additional thickness and strength. They are probably some of the few ingredients that can actually give the hair added shine. These ingredients will not injure your hair.
FATTY ACIDS AND ALCOHOL’S
These are compounds that prevent dehydration of the hair and scalp. Some of the better known ones are myristyl alcohol, stearyl alcohol, cetyl alcohol, oleic acid, palmetic acid, and stearic acid.
LANOLIN AND VARIOUS OILS
Oils typically offset the drying effects of detergents and various other ingredients used in the formulation itself. Every manufacturer utilizes oils to fashion the uniqueness of the product. These oils can range in price from the most expensive, to ones you can find in about every health and beauty aid encountered in the marketplace. The two most common types indicated on the packaging will be lanolin and petroleum gels. Other common types are mink oil, almond oil, wheat germ oil, mineral oil, jojoba oil, and even mom’s old standby castor oil. If you analyze the various types of oils used in the formulations, the vast majority will either be vegetable or plant based. Most are meant to mimic the natural oil sebum secreted by our bodies.