As many of you know, I am a sucker for deep conditioners and recently picked up a new one from Target (only $1.99).
I am not the biggest fan of coconut oil in my hair, but I decided to give this one a try.
After shampooing my hair I applied the deep conditioner, covered my hair with a plastic bag and then sat under the dryer for about 20 minutes.
This deep conditioner was way better than I expected it to be. Not only was my hair super soft, but it was very manageable, it practically melted my tangles away with little to no shedding.
I definitely recommend this deep conditioner, if you're looking for a new one to try.
I only got a small pack just to test it out and see how I liked it, one pack was not enough for my hair, so if you have super thick hair you might want to buy more than one.
Bare Your Hair
Moisturizing your natural hair is essential to your hairs health, it protects your hair from breakage, which in return helps you retain length and grow your hair.
Depending on how your hair feels that day will determine how you need to moisturize your hair.
I typically moisturize my hair every other day, with two or three products.
I start off by wetting my hair with just plain water, until my hair is slightly damp (not soaking wet). I work the water into my strands and then seal that moisture in with a very small amount of my Bare Your Hair Buttercream.
If my hair still needs a little more, I will add some Bare Your Hair Peppermint Oil for added shine and moisture, and then style as desired.
I do this every other day, but make sure to do my scalp massages every day!
As you know, ponytails are my favorite style to do whenever I am having a bad hair day, or if I am coming up on wash day.
Since I do this style at least once a week, I figured that I would show you how I do it. I posted a quick video on our Instagram page of the process.
I tend to switch up the products that I use to do this style based on the products that I used on the previous wash day.
Once I have applied my scarf, I let that sit for about 5-10 minutes sometimes longer, and then I take the scarf off and fluff my hair.
Check Out the video here.
Bare Your Hair
I wanted to quickly share 3 easy ways to retain length.
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I wanted to quickly share with you the new product combination that I have been loving to use when doing my twist outs and braid outs.
To Do: I always like to start off with wet hair. You don`t have to start on wet hair if you don`t want, you can always get your hair damp from the leave in conditioner that you're going to be using.
Once my hair is wet I then apply my leave in conditioner (Mielle White Peony Leave in Conditioner).
When applying my Bare Your Hair ButterCream I don`t apply too much because it is a thicker product, besides I am getting some moisture from my leave in conditioner.
Now that my hair is nice and moisturized, I apply the Eco Styler Black Castor and Flax Seed Gel (not pictured) for definition and then began twisting my hair like normal.
I love this product combination because they all work together very well to moisturize and define my hair.
My hair is not super weighed down, its defined, soft and fluffy.