Natural Hair Porosity

Natural hair porosity is the single-most important characteristic on your  natural hair journey. Knowing your natural hair porosity, whether you are low porosity or high porosity, is critical to ensure product absorption and moisture retention.

Below you'll find a wealth of information pertaining to both low porosity natural hair and high porosity natural hair. 

Ayana Aden

In a nutshell, hygral fatigue is the result of over-moisturizing natural hair (aka doing too much). As naturals, we push the importance of keeping our natural hair moisturized.Whether that’s deep conditioning weekly, using hydrating leave-in conditioners, to just drinking more water, we’ve been told that moisture is an integral step of a healthy natural hair routine.And

Ayana Aden

Looking for the best shampoo and conditioner for low porosity natural hair? You’ve come to the right place 🙂 Although all natural hair needs shampoo in a proper natural hair routine, this is especially important for low porosity natural hair. In other words: a clarifying shampoo for low porosity natural hair is a non-starter. Why? Because low porosity

Ayana Aden

A short while ago, we discussed how to achieve the ultimate low porosity hair routine. Now, we’re doing the name for our high porosity naturals. High porosity hair has a unique struggle – the art of retention.See, unlike low porosity hair, water has no problem entering high porosity hair strands. The strands are “open”, making it effortless

Ayana Aden

Low porosity hair: both a blessing and a curse. For those with low porosity hair, you know exactly what I’m talking about: the constant dryness, the breakage, and no matter what you do, moisture just won’t stay in. What’s a curl to do? How do we create a custom low porosity hair routine, guaranteed to

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