My Natural Hair Regimen – eBunite




Hello everyone!

I’m one those people who believes that hair regimens should be simple and hassle-free enough to promote consistency. Which means, the more simple and straightforward your regimen is, the easier it is to follow religiously.

Luckily for me, I found what worked for me early enough and it has become a staple because it’s easy and stress-free for my hair length. Of course as time goes on,when more length has been retained, I might need to tweak it to suit me.


  1. Moisturize with Spray bottle (Water+ Glycerine + Extra Virgin Olive Oil [EVOO])
  2. Seal with African Naturalistas hair butter.


  1. Co-wash biweekly with a Cheap conditioner
  2. Deep Condition with African Naturalistas hair mayonnaise/Emily Millionaire Coconut and Herbs/Hair Mask/Conditioner + Oils
  3. Moisturize with African Naturalistas Leave-in
  4. Seal with Castor oil/Shea butter


  1. Pre-poo and Shampooing
  2. Protein treatment
  3. Hot oil treatment
  4. DIY Hair mask (bi-monthly)

There you have my very simple natural hair regimen. As for products, I mainly use African Naturalistas range of products. Due to its all-natural ingredients, I’ve not been enthusiastic enough to try new products because they’re working for me. They’re no complains besides I’m not exactly a ‘Product Junkie’. Other than that, I try to use all-natural products that are affordable and readily available in my locality too:

– Shea butter
– BAMA Mayonnaise
– Emily Millionaire Coconut and Herbs
– Honey
– Coconut milk
– Plain yogurt
– Extra Virgin Olive Oil
– Cold Pressed Castor Oil
Vegetable Glycerine
Amla Oil
– Apple Cider Vinegar

African Naturalistas brand
Natural Shampoo
Moisturizing and Detangling Conditioner
Moisturizing Hair butter
Hair Mayonnaise
Twist and Curl Pudding
Leave- In conditioner.

So that’s pretty much all there is to it. During the course of the year, I’m looking forward to trying the Ayruvedic treatments and clays.

What does your regimen look like?


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  1. Wow. I started my hair journey a few days ago. It’s less than a week actually. And I am kind of excited. Can’t believe how bug and active this community is! Kudos to everyone!
    Looking forward to a successful hair journey!

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