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As a person who is addicted to heat, damaging my brittle, dry hair (I refuse to leave a hair dryer, to judge me), I am constantly curious about anything that could soothe my split ends and tame those wild, broken flying hair . Whether it’s hair masks, bond recovery procedures or overnight creams, you say it and I’ve tried it. And while my hair is familiar with many oils, I have heard rumors of a miraculous oil for brittle hair. Meet jojoba oil. (You know everyone’s favorite moisturizing hair Olaplex? It is full of jojoba oil.)
I’ve heard of the wonders that jojoba oil can work on leather, but I needed a little more information about using it for hair before filling my strands in it. So I turned, as we all do in the end, to the expert hairdresser, brand founder and legend Guy Tang. Below he breaks down everything you need to know about using jojoba oil in your hair.
Is Jojoba Oil Good For Your Hair?
Yes! “Jojoba is rich in vitamins and minerals that nourish hair fibers to keep hair healthy and healthy,” says Tang. So, if you are a person whose hair needs a little more love, this may be the best thing for her. “It also has great moisturizing properties to prevent dry and brittle hair.”
Who should use jojoba oil?
If your goal is hydrated, lush hair, jojoba oil can probably work well for you. “Fragile hair types, such as curly hair or fine hair, will benefit the most from jojoba oil because it will help protect the hair from breakage,” says Tang. “These two types of hair are most commonly known as breakage from brushing, heating tools and chemical services.” Also, if your hair tends to separate a lot in your routine, this may be a sign that you could take advantage of the vitamins in jojoba oil.
How should you use jojoba oil in your hair?
While you can certainly apply the oil directly to your hair, there are some innovative ways to use it without overdoing it. “My favorite way is to add a few drops of pure jojoba oil to the conditioner, apply from the roots to the ends and leave it on for 10 minutes as a hair mask,” says Tang. “Then rinse thoroughly. This process will benefit both the hair and the scalp.”
You can also look for hair products that have jojoba oil as an ingredient. “I added jojoba oil to #mydentity permanent and semi-permanent colorto help the hair and keep it during the coloring process. “
Below, four more of our favorite hair products with jojoba oil for all your hair needs.
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