Natural texture vs. coil out.
This girl is adorable and I should probably stop stalking her pictures now… . .
1. Do I have to transition before my big chop?
2. What are the best natural hair products?
No you don’t have to transition. Some people transition so they can cut their hair off at a length that they feel comfortable with.
There are plenty of great hair products. Just search around, try a few and see what your hair likes. Don’t let the whole ‘No Cones’ thing scare you, some people can use silicones in products and it not have a negative effect on your hair. Just gotta see what your hair likes.
Teenie weenie afro
The bottom photo are products I was using and I’m finishing off now.
Shea Moisture: Thickening Growth Milk, Thickening Shampoo and Raw Shea Butter Deep Treatment Masque (mixed with olive oil)
I just didn’t really have anything for moisture so my hair would be dry all the time. After I’d wash my hair, it would feel really dry and rough. I think it was lack of moisture. I didn’t use shea butter and stuff like that.
The top photos are products I just bought. I was excited to get everything after I cut my hair so I dragged my grandma all over looking for products.
Eden Bodyworks: Coconut Shea Leave-in conditioner, Coconut Shea All Natural Curl Defining Creme, Jojoba All natural Deep Conditioner, Cantu Shea Butter Pomade and Cantu Shea Butter strengthening treatment, and Peppermint Tea Tree Shampoo.
I also made a spray bottle of coconut oil, almond oil, olive oil and water.
My hair feels really soft now. I haven’t used the shampoo, conditioner or leave in but I’ve used the curl defining creme before and I love it. I also love having shea butter. It’s made a huge difference.
whew. dang girl thats alot of products lol !
Struggle face 😌
Marley Hair Bun
Video Tutorial HERE
✍Details & Pics on my blog here⇨http://full.sc/1mPn6r6
So I havent washed my hair since Valentines Day …yeah =/
I love making things. Even when I don’t have alot of free time on my hands, IDK it helps soothe me. Check out these easy to make DIY head bands. Click the link if you’re interested in making one for yourself, or just to see how they’re made.
You only need four things.
a old shirt, a pair of scissors, some tape and a little free time.