In a Bonus Facebook Live Session I hopped on-line to answer a question I get quite often...well two questions really.
Question No.1. How do I increase the moisture and hydration in my hair and Question No.2 How do I use the No.9 Hair Shine Butter and No.23 Hydrating Moisturizing Cream.
In this video I highlighted the benefits of both products and why they increase the moisture in your natural hair. Here is a little piece that is not in the video but information that is good for you to know.
No.9 Hair Shine Butter...A Surprise Ingredient
1. Kokum Butter in No.9 Hair Shine Butter - I love this stuff! When it first arrives here in our production facility it looks like chalk. So you might look at it and wonder how in the world is can help make hair and skin soft. It's actually amazing. Just rubbing the hard butter between your fingers softens up the roughest skin. I personally love it in my lip balms. I find the same result when we started using it on your hair in the Urbanbella Salon. Just rubbing a little bit of No.9 Hair Shine Butter before styling started to transform dry curls right before my eyes!
Why You Need Mango Butter in Your Life...
No.23 Hydrating Moisturizing Cream and Neat Hydrating Moisturizing Cream
In talking about No.23 Hydrating Moisturizing Cream...this helps you achieve multiple goals including increasing Moisture and Hydration. They are both water based moisturizers but contain a large amount of oil. The water gives you the hydration you need so that your hair strands become more supple and elastic. Then the oils, including Sunflower, offer powerful benefits I mention in the video.
Be sure to check out the video so that you can see how to apply your No.9 Hair Shine Butter and your favorite Urbanbella Hydrating Moisturizer.
Tell me What You Need...
I hope this information was helpful in a few way..
- Learning what is going to help you highlight the beauty of your natural hair
- Learning how to increase the moisture and hydration in your hair
- Understanding how the right ingredients make a world of difference
I love answering your questions so feel free to post below or post your questions directly on the Facebook video...either way I will respond and be as helpful as I can.