I get asked all the time about the products that I use for my hair. These are products that I highly believe in. I really hope you will enjoy these and will like them as much as I do.
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Having a hair spray bottle is one of those things that you just have to have if you want to be able to keep your hair moisturised. Click here to take a look
I really liked this leave-in conditioner because I found it very light to use and it didn’t make my hair feel weighed down. If you are looking for a light-weight leave in this is a good place to start. Click here to check it out
I can’t stress how important it is to have a deep conditioner as part of your hair collection. Deep conditioners ensure your hair is moisturised right down to the core. Click here to take a look
Hooded dryers are great for helping your deep conditioner penetrate for maximum effect. Click here to take a look
Leave in conditioner is an essential part of the natural hair journey. It is used to add and lock in moisture to your hair. Click here to check it out
Butterfly clamps are really handy for when you are washing your hair so you can keep your hair in sections. Take a look here
I LOVE duck clips because of their ability to keep hair separated especially when doing hairstyles such as cornrows. Check it out here!
If there is one thing you should never skimp on it getting a good pair of professional scissors to either cut or trim your hair. Click here to check it out
If you are not sure of a good shampoo, this is a good one that I have used which did always did a really good job. Click here to check it out
Having a good co-wash is really important is you don’t want to be continuously shampooing your hair. It’s a happy medium between shampoo and conditioner. Click here to check it out.
After shampooing your hair you need to follow up with a good conditioner that will help to re-moisturise your hair and strengthen it. Click here to check it out
Aloe vera gel serves as a great basis when added to water as a moisturiser. Click here to check it out
Shea butter is perfect for helping you seal in moisture into your natural hair. It is especially good for those with a tighter texture of hair. Click here to check it out
Jojoba oil is one of the best oils out there as it is the closest oil to your own scalp’s sebum. Click here to check it out
Coconut oil is a great oil to use as part of the LOC method. You can check it out here
In order to keep your hair fresh and moisturised, you should sleep with a satin bonnet. This helps to keep the moisture in your hair and not all over your pillowcase. Check it out here