Steaming my hair is not something that I’ve ever done before. After seeing this video review, I will revise my stance on that. Not that I had a firm stance to begin with, I just never really thought about doing it before. I gather together some research on the subject. It turned out there are many benefits associated with using steamers. For instance, if you want to get your hair ready for a regimen then using a steamer is the best way to go.
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What is a hair steamer and is it good for your natural hair? You ask…! Well, if you don’t know, it is a method of using moist heat to moisten your hair. It does wonders at maintaining moisture in your hair, which is really good apparently. Please forgive my ignorance on this matter. I plan on finding more about it, I promised…lol.
I found a great video for you ladies by MoKnows Hair which goes into some details about a particular hair steamer. It is called the ‘Q-Redew Hand-held Hair Steamer’. it is a handheld one so you’re not seating under a hooded steamer or wearing a cap. In this video, Mo shows various ways in which she uses it and so can you. I haven’t done enough research to know what the recommended hair steamer is out there. I saw this one being reviewed so I posted the video above for you all to see.
I need your opinion on this matter as I don’t have the expertise necessary to really evaluate this. What do you prefer the hooded hair steamers or handheld? Share your thoughts below.
I also found a great article on 4 Benefits of Steaming Natural Hair. I would recommend all of you to check it out as it contained some really good info.
As I watch this video, one of the way I see myself using the Q-Redew would be for the beauty facial, it’s where you apply steam on your face. No need to hover over hot bowl of water anymore. I don’t know how effective this tool will be for that purpose, but I am looking forward to it.