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.
- Moisturize with Spray bottle (Water+ Glycerine + Extra Virgin Olive Oil [EVOO])
- Seal with African Naturalistas hair butter.
- Co-wash biweekly with a Cheap conditioner
- Deep Condition with African Naturalistas hair mayonnaise/Emily Millionaire Coconut and Herbs/Hair Mask/Conditioner + Oils
- Moisturize with African Naturalistas Leave-in
- Seal with Castor oil/Shea butter
- Pre-poo and Shampooing
- Protein treatment
- Hot oil treatment
- 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
– Coconut milk
– Plain yogurt
– Extra Virgin Olive Oil
– Cold Pressed Castor Oil
– Vegetable Glycerine
– Amla Oil
– Apple Cider Vinegar
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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