My Lesson On The Importance Of Hair Trims
My natural hair care routine went through a couple of game changers in 2017. The first was discovering the power of Ayurvedic treatments and incorporating them into my regimen. The other was investing in a hair steamer for my deep conditioning treatments. Both were very helpful with improving my hair’s health and promoting maximum growth. However, I left out one critical component that finally caught up with me – not getting a regularly-scheduled hair trim!
Belle Bar Organic/Curly Proverbz in NYC!
Creating an Ayurvedic hair care plan for maximum hair growth is one of the goals that I’ve set in my Mid-Year,Mid-Life Glow Up Project plan. Sooooo, when I learned that beauty brand, Belle Bar Organic and YouTube vlogger, Curly Proverbz were having an event in New York City, I was beyond excited!
YOUR Best Natural Hair
Natural hair care advice can run the gamut from simple to downright confusing!
One day as I was walking into Whole Foods, a lady stopped me. She complimented my hair and asked, “How do you get your hair to look like that?” I wasn’t quite sure how to answer her question, but I gave her a quick rundown of my wash and go routine. Afterwards she asked, “So if I do that, will my hair come out the same?” To this I answered, “I have no idea.”
Warm Weather Natural Hair Routine
Natural hair care routines literally change with the weather! With dryer air during the colder seasons comes the need to take extra care to maintain moisture in our curls. The warm weather seasons replace the air’s dryness with humidity. I’m not a big fan of humid weather. However, my hair absolutely thrives on humidity, giving me some of my very best wash and go styles!
In this post I am sharing my updated natural hair routine along with the current products that I’m using since the weather has warmed up. My hair is really growing so I’ve tweaked my weekly routine a bit (click here for more information on my original wash and go routine).
How To Moisturize Natural Hair During The Winter
Natural hair care in the winter can be quite a challenge for us naturalistas! Many curly girls turn to protective styles to help protect their hair from the harsh elements. I’ve tried protective styles as well, but they have made very little difference in the health of my hair. I always ended up going back to my old faithful – the wash and go! It has been my go-to style ever since I went natural almost five years ago. My hair has thrived and I wear it this way all year round. I follow my same basic hair routine (Wash and Go Routine for Natural Hair) throughout the year, but I tweak some things in the winter to accommodate the cold weather.