Black Hair Care Using Hollywood Beauty Olive Oil

Strengthen your hair with oil.

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Black, or African-American hair, has a very tight curl pattern, which accounts for its delicate texture. The curlier your hair, the more difficult it is for oil to travel up the hair shaft. Less oil means less moisture. Add heat stylers to the mix and you have a recipe for hair disaster. If this sounds like you, Hollywood Beauty Olive Oil may be able to help.

What is it?

Hollywood Beauty Olive Oil is just one of several products in the Hollywood Beauty lineup. Despite the name, this Hollywood Beauty product has several other ingredients added to the olive oil base. According to the product label, soybean oil, safflower oil, coconut oil, macadamia nut oil, calendula extract, vitamin E, chamomile and several paraben preservatives are also in the mix. While much of this ingredient list is good for your hair, if you are a girl who opts for organic, the parabens may be of concern.

Breakage

The fragile nature of African-American hair leaves it susceptible to breakage. Supplying the hair with increased moisture can help stop this trend and allow the hair to grow longer and stronger. If you notice broken hairs littering your favorite brush, add a few drops of Hollywood Beauty Olive Oil to your fingertips, massaging the oil into sections of hair that appear dull, dry and lifeless. For increased coverage, use a boar bristle brush to spread the oil evenly along your hair strands. Apply the olive oil product whenever your hair requires a moisture boost.

Thermal Protectant

If you are a slave to your straightening iron, blow-dryer or even hot rollers, Hollywood Beauty olive oil can help. The product protects your hair from the damage that these thermal tools dish out. The ingredients in the Hollywood Beauty Olive Oil coat your hair strands, reducing the amount of heat that penetrates your hair shaft. Less heat damage means less moisture loss, and for black hair it also means less breakage.

Scalp

Since your hair originates below your scalp, it’s important to keep your scalp in check, too. A dry, flaky scalp can wreak havoc on your hair. When your scalp is dry, chances are your hair will be, too. Massaging Hollywood Beauty Olive Oil into your scalp replaces the moisture that styling tools, styling products and the environment, have taken away. For black hair, this can be crucial. Massaging your scalp really gets the blood flowing, increasing circulation and your scalp’s natural oil production. The combination of Hollywood Beauty Olive Oil and increased scalp oils is a beauty bonus that improves the texture of those luscious locks.

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