When to Wash Your Natural Hair

Generally, I like to shampoo (clarify) my hair once or twice a month and simply co-wash or use a moisturizing shampoo in between, in other words, I alternate my shampoo types. When I describe a cowash I mean using warm water to saturate your hair and adding a conditioner.

Conditioning

Conditioning Conditioning is used to replenish the moisture removed from your hair after shampooing. Conditining is the easiest thing you can do to help your hair, just slap it on and make sure it coats all of your strands.  Your hair type, texture, porosity other...

Shampoo

Shampoo I personally use my Pre-Poo as a detangling session before entering into the shower. The added slip from my Pre-Poo products allow me to easily remove tangles. Pre- Poo is short for Pre-Shampoo. Building this skill into your routine a couple times a month at...

Pre-Poo

Pre-Poo Pre- Poo is short for Pre-Shampoo. It may seem like more work, but building this skill into your routine will save you an enormous amount of time and effort when styling.  Many people use pre-poo to protect their hair before entering into the shower, which is...

Moisturize

Moisturize Our hair is naturally dry, making moisture the most important topic in the natural hair community. This is also why moisturizing is the first physical skill of our series, moisturizing should always be followed by proper sealing. Your hair type, texture,...

Natural Hair Products I Adore

Satin Scarf A satin scarf is used to protect your hair and seal in moisture. It can also be worn under scarves that have a rough texture that would cause breakage. Click Here Satin Bonnet I wear bonnets over my scarves. This gives an extra layer of protection and heat...