After wearing some version of braids for about 12 years, I decided to have 100% natural hair for at least the summer months of 2012, and try a few new looks.The natural hair styles being worn by black women are creative, fun, sexy, flexible and very cute. I thought it would be fun to wear my natural hair in twists, twist-outs, and curly braid outs for vacation, weddings and other events this summer.
This short video shows what my natural hair looks like now, and what I had to do to get the look I wanted for my dry, very neglected hair. What can I say? It’s easy to get lazy about hair care when you can get up in the morning, spritz your hair, shake it around, and be done!
Since I live in an area that experiences very hot summers (regularly in the 90-105 degree range), creating a conditioning treatment that would provide moisture, body, and protection from sun and heat was mandatory.
After trying several commercial products that left my hair stiff, sticky or fuzzy, I finally came up with a combination of ingredients that worked. Made with organic food quality oils and Ylang-Ylang essential oil (known to promote hair growth while calming the spirit), this natural hair leave-in conditioning treatment is fabulous, plus it smells great!
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About the Author (Author Profile)Blogger, writer, relationships/dating expert, fitness trainer and natural hair enthusiast since 1997. Sharing information from grandmomma, books and scientific journals, as well as my personal discoveries and experiences with natural hair as we journey from relaxers, flat irons and weaves together.
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