I’ve been testing out the Max Hydration Method for quite some time with different variations of products, clay mixes, conditioners, oils, and gels.
I started with the original method but it really does take quite a long time to get through it especially if you have long hair.
After the first few weeks, I started modifying the max hydration method and I’ve now got it down to less than 2 hours with fantastic results.
This is a video I made about a month back just to see how my hair is coming along. I love the swing in the video.
My curls are so defined and bouncy and it lasts for quite a few days with daily refreshes with a spritz or two of water mixed with KKKT.
Max Hydration Method Content
If you’re new to the max hydration method, below are all the articles from around the site about trying out the max hydration method on curly hair.
These articles are a great jumping-off point if you’re thinking of trying the max hydration method on dry hair:-
- Does the Max Hydration Method Live Up to All the Hype?
- How I Modified the Max Hydration Method for My Hair Type
- 5 Best Conditioners for the Max Hydration Method
- Best Clay for the Max Hydration Method
- Best Hair Gels for the Max Hydration Method
- Best Sealing Oils for the Max Hydration Method
Max Hydration Method Results
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The Max Hydration Method is one of the dry hair recovery methods I recommended in 365 Days of Moisture for Dry & Parched Hair.
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