Things to remember during your Hair Routine
Clean hair is important! Deciding may be tough, but its pertinent to choose a good sulfate free shampoo and conditioner! This is so that you don't strip your hair of it's natural oils when you wash.
Co-washingis much like washing your hair as normal, minus the shampoo. Pick a great conditioner that doesn't include silicone in the ingredients. With thick hair, your everyday conditioner may be suffice. However, if you have thin hair I'd suggest a conditioner that is suited for co-washing.
Don't forget to deep condition.Different from a co-wash yet still very much necessary. Using deep conditioners that contain olive oil, coconut oil, and aloe oil are best for your hair. They penetrate the hair shaft to moisturize and bring your hair back to life. This helps to prevent any further damage to your hair during the styling process and coming days.
If you're wondering why you keeping hair growth constant is an issue, hair is hard to manage, losing more hair than you should. The common denominator of these issues use usually lack of moisture in the hair. All of your products should contain a moisturizerthat will help maintain shiny, healthy, manageable hair. A perfect example of a moisturizer to use would be our Natural Hair Growth Oil.Using this oil at least 2-3 times per week should trap in moisture, help with dry scalp, nourish your roots, and stimulate hair growth among many other things. Visit our Shopping page to purchase your oil today.
We all know that confidence comes from within, however, strength beyond measures arise when you finally get your hair done and styled to perfection. You ladies know what I mean, after you struggle to get through wash day and your finally finished with project Hair. We start to feel ourselves right? Selfie galore! Without a strict hair care routine you can count on wash days definitely being a difficult task to tackle. Having natural hair is like fighting the good fight. Though, in order to win you have to make sure you're putting your best foot forward.