My Regimen

This page is about how I care for my hair 
Current  Length: Ear length (see my hair statistics on the homepage)

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Products
  • Shampoo: Native Child shampoo, Dark and Lovely Au Naturale shampoo
  • Conditioners Dark and Lovely Au Naturale conditioner
  • Protein Leave-in:Don't use one
  • Moisturizing Leave-in: Aloe Vera Glycerin Rosemary leave in.
  • Moisturizer: Mielle Organics Avocado Hair Milk
  • Protein Deep Conditioners: ApHogee 2 minutes reconstructor,
  • Moisturizing Deep Conditioner:   Native Child Deep Conditioner, Aphogee Balcancing Moisturizer 
  • Oils: Sheabutter, Borges Olive oil, Jamaican Black Castor oil, Coconut oil, DIY Sulphur Oil 
  • Growth aids: Jamaican black castor oil, Sulphur oil, Edge Entity Follicle Stimulant for my hairline.
  • Clarifying/chelating shampoo: ORS aloe shampoo
  • Heat Protection Serum: None yet
  • Hair Tools: Conair 3 in 1 blow dryer
  • StylingFlexi rods, Perm rods, rollers
  • Others: Apple cider vinegar, Native Child Hair tea
Current  Length: Ear length (see my hair statistics on the homepage)
Wash Routine
  1. Pre-poo with oil for at least 1 hour with deep conditioning cap or  steam with Secura hair steamer
  2. Shampoo with Sulfate free shampoo once a week; use sulfate based shampoo once every 2 or 3 weeks.
  3. Use a moisturizing deep conditioner weekly. I use a protein deep conditioner when I undo braids, before and during a relaxer, and once every 2 or 3 weeks and follow with moisturizing deep conditioner.
  4. Apply moisturizing leave -in 
  5. Seal with ORS hairepair vital oils
Midweek: 

1.  Co-wash with conditioner
2. Apply leave in
3.  Seal with oils

Night Routine
1.Mist hair spritz hair 
2. Apply Moisturizer 
3. Seal with oil
4. Cover with satin cap

****Last Updated 20/07/2017


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