Hey Y’all! In this wash day video you will see me cleansing and softening my hair with our Honey Thyme and Lime Luxurious Shampoo and Deep Conditioning Hair Masque. I made this video to give you an idea...
In this wash day video you will see me cleansing and softening my hair with our Honey Thyme and Lime Luxurious Shampoo and Deep Conditioning Hair Masque. I made this video to give you an idea of how both of them can be used on your hair, and to also let you see the after results.
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Section And Wash
If you have 5 inches or more of natural hair length, washing the whole head of hair loose may not be the best way to do things because doing so may tangle your hair. Try sectioning your hair into 4 or 6 sections that twisted or braided. Remove one braid or twist at a time and wash that particular section only. Re-twist or braid the section when the section is washed. This process takes a little longer, but fewer tangles, knots and breakage is worth it.
Lather Once With Sulfate Free Shampoo (Honey Thyme and Lime Luxurious Shampoo)
Shampoo is for cleaning the scalp, and the run off of water and suds work to clean the length of hair. If you get the scalp and hair sufficiently wet, you should be able to get shampoo right to the scalp and work a good lather. Rinse well with lukewarm water and your hair should be clean. If you feel like you need another wash, opt for a conditioner wash (co-wash) instead, like our ACV Creme Rinse.
Follow Up with Conditioner (Honey Thyme and Lime Deep Conditioning Hair Masque)
Don't forget to always follow up your 'poo with an instant conditioner that will penetrate your hair and if you're really feeling yourself, jump out and deep treat right quick with a gentle heat source! You will need to replenish the moisture back into your hair, as well as detangle your hair with a moisture rich conditioner and our HT&L Deep Conditioning Hair Masque is just the one for the job!
Dry Your Hair With A Microfiber Towel or T-shirt
Traditional cotton towels can really tangle and break hair due to the material structure. Try a microfiber towel or plain t-shirt to dry the hair instead. Make sure to squeeze and blot the water out of your hair and also avoid rubbing.
Remember that a little bit of hair breakage while washing or doing anything to it is inevitable, but be sure to keep an eye out for excessive breakage. Give yourself a good conditioning protein treatment and always balance your hair out with moisture.
How do you wash your natural hair? Let us know in the comment section below.