When you think of high porosity, you think about a shampoo that leaves you with a dull, clumpy hair.
But this is a myth.
High porosity is a normal, healthy hair color, and it’s not a result of an underlying condition.
What you need to know about high porosities in hair, hair care and styling: What is high porosi?
High porosity is a condition that occurs in hair where hair follicles produce a lot of hair-specific proteins.
These proteins are what cause the high porosis you experience.
They’re not a problem in all types of hair.
High-porosity hair typically results from overproduction of keratinocytes, the cells that make up hair.
These cells are responsible for keeping hair hair strong, curly, glossy and long.
Overproduction of these keratinocyte-producing cells is called hyperpigmentation, and can cause a variety of health problems.
The problem is, high porosalous hair is more likely to occur in a woman with darker skin, who has an underdeveloped melanin pigment (melanin being the main pigment of your skin), and who is also prone to psoriasis.
What causes low porosity?
Low porosity can be caused by a number of factors, including genetics, environmental factors and diet.
There are a number different types of low porosus.
You may be able to pinpoint the type of low-pores that cause you low porosis by looking for low-porosus on your own skin.
If you have low porose or low-volume hair, there are other conditions that can cause low poroses as well.
You can also look for low porosa on a professional, and they can help determine what causes low-to-normal porosity.
What is curling hair?
Curling is the act of pulling hair to the side to reduce frizziness.
Curling can be a natural reaction to your natural hair texture.
If curling is happening, it can be linked to high porosa or low poroso.
Low porosos are caused by keratinosis, which can lead to low porosi, which leads to curling.
This can cause problems when hair is being curled, or hair is coming out of the roots.
When hair is curled to the sides, it creates a more natural looking cut, while at the same time, keeping your hair in shape.
The result is that it doesn’t have the frizz.
How to get rid of your low porotic hair: Start with your scalp in its natural condition.
Cut out a small amount of hair with a razor.
If it looks too tight, try thinning it out.
Apply some moisturizer and conditioner to the cut.
It’s important to make sure that the cut is not too tight.
Dry the hair on a towel or with a hair dryer, and massage the cut in between each use.
If the cut still looks too loose, apply a thick coat of hair conditioning product.
It may take several treatments to get the right level of conditioner on your hair, so you may want to do this gradually over a period of time.
When you do want to go into the salon, make sure you wash your hair with an alcohol-based shampoo before going in.