Steam Hydration Therapy
Wigalicious hair is what I call it
Hydrated, moisturized, and healthy. After my stylist would silk press my hair, she would look and me and say, "Wow. If I didn't do your hair myself, I would have thought you had on a wig." The shine and body Hydration Therapy added to my hair was unlike any other method I've done before. The moist heat penetrates the cuticle and intensely hydrates the hair. Building up the moisture content level of your hair creates longer-lasting styles, defines curls & coils, and fights breakage.
Hydrating vs Moisturizing
What's the difference? Hmm, well it would seem that it's all the same. Our curls and coils definitely need to be moisturized frequently, but what does it mean to hydrate? Hydration is usually linked to water, while moisturizing is associated with oils and kinds of butter. When you are dehydrated, you drink water. When your skin is dry, you moisturize. Hydration is for inner faculties. Moisturizing is a for the outer. Hydrate is to penetrate the cuticle with water and moisturizing is to seal the cuticle.
After this intense treatment, hair begins to undergo a change. It bounces back. Run your fingers through the lush tresses that have been rejuvenated. This method is perfect for services that involve heat and/or chemicals. Hydrating hair before/after keeps the elasticity of the hair intact, bringing down the likelihood of breakage or damage.
At Home Procedure
Step 1: Shampoo with Moroccan Lava Clay Cleansing Shampoo and rinse.
Step 2: Condition with Moroccan Lava Clay Revitalizing Conditioner.
Step 3: If not already detangled, section and detangle hair. Steam for 30 minutes.
Step 4: Rinse conditioner from hair in cool water and style as desired. Don't forget to seal in the moisture.