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Dylan Flores
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Once I have my sections, I take the Olaplex and run it through my hair. I also use a wide tooth comb at this point, starting from end to roots, making sure that I properly detangle my hair. This is the only point in my routine that I use a comb and after this, my hair is detangled enough to just use my fingers. If your hair is prone to tangling easily, finger detangling may not be the best option for you. You know your hair best!

MY WASH DAY ROUTINE! | 3c 4a Natural Hair

Getting back in the shower, I rinse all of the Olaplex out and wash, condition, and deep condition my hair using Innersense Hydrating Cream Hairbath, conditioner, and the Hydrating Hair Masque, respectively.

1. Shampoo - Wet your hair and shampoo with our Stimulate and Cleanse shampoo. This sulfate-free shampoo will cleanse all the product build in your hair without stripping too much of the natural oils in your hair. Make sure you are fully massaging the product into your hair and scalp to ensure that both are effectively cleansed.

2. Condition - After shampooing, use a conditioner, like our Comb-out Cowash or if you're treating your hair, our Deep Conditioner. To deep condition, place a plastic shower cap over your hair for at least 30mins- some people leave it in for a day or have a heating cap over the plastic shower cap. This allows your hair strands to soak in the nutrients from the products faster. Once you have left it in long enough, wash it out with warm water. If you are simply conditioning your hair, you can leave it in for 5 mins or so.

3. Leave-In Conditioner - This is a vital step of the routine as it imparts and maintains moisture in your hair after washing. Our Honey Rain Juice is just right for this job. Distribute it thoroughly across your hair and detangle it, either with your fingers or if you want to use a tool- a wide-tooth comb should suffice.

Pre-poo is when you apply a conditioning treatment to the hair before shampooing/washing to add moisture to the follicles. Everything that is put on your hair before a shampoo will indeed be washed away. It may be hard to see the point of doing this step in the first place. Remember that the process of washing the hair can be very stressful on the hair, especially if you are still using a sulfate shampoo. There tends to be a ton of manipulation during the washing, deep conditioning and styling routine. Doing pre-poo conditions the cuticle and gets it prepared for the manipulation to follow.

Applying a natural oil like tea tree oil or coconut oil to the hair from root to tip about 30 minutes before a shampoo can be nourishing and give a protective shield to the hair. We recently found out that pre-pooing the hair at least 20 minutes before shampooing can reduce stress known as hygral fatigue on the hair. So, pre-poo with the hair & scalp serum beforehand to give your hair a fighting chance.

If you have 6 inches or more of natural hair length, washing the whole head of hair loose may not be the best way to thoroughly wash your hair. Try sectioning your hair into 4 or 6 sections that are twisted or braided loosely. 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 lot longer, but fewer tangles, knots and breakage is worth it.

Once you get out of the shower, gently pat your hair damp instead of rubbing it. Moisturise your hair using the LOC or LCO method. Bearing your hair porosity in mind, how you layer your products determines how effective your hair moisturising routine will be.

A wash day routine is needed because natural hair needs to be clean and nourished to thrive. Having a clean scalp is essential for hair health. Not washing properly or not washing long enough can cause a lot of scalp issues.

Some naturals also like to use oil for taking down certain styles, such as box braids or twists. It helps with the detangling process by adding slip to undo the hair without causing knots and tangles carefully.

Routine: I keep my hair pretty short in a low-cut Caesar, so I maintain my hair by using a mixture of almond, olive, and argan oils with some water and glycerin. It helps keep my scalp protected especially in those NYC winter months. I love using Pantene products to wash and condition my hair.

After washing, I dry with a T-shirt wrapped around my head. Once my hair is damp and not soaking wet, I add a mixture of coconut oil, olive oil, jojoba, and Jamaican black castor oil to remoisturize my hair and scalp.To style, I use Cantu Shea Butter Twist & Lock Gel along with my spray bottle of water because you never want to twist dry locs! I sleep with a scarf around my edges and a stocking to keep away anything that could get caught in my hair, and maintain moisture by spritzing with water and massaging in my mixture of oils. I like to use all-natural and unprocessed products in my hair. It helps me keep things simple and make sure my hair has a natural and healthy environment to grow!

The answer depends on your routine and the amount of products used. Most women with natural hair will give a regimen of washing every 7-10 days. If you are using stylers with hold like mousse or hair gel, every week is recommended.

The idea that wash day needs to be all day is a myth! A wash day routine does not have to be long or complicated to be effective. While there may be some days that you'll want to add an extra step or two to treat specific needs of your hair, a successful wash day routine has only 3 core elements.

The most basic part of wash day is to wash your hair! Cleansing your scalp and hair removes product build up, dirt, and oil. A clean scalp also helps promote natural hair growth and clean strands are the foundation of any successful hairstyle. Cleansing in sections, especially on thick or long hair, helps you to more effectively scrub your scalp and minimizes tangles during the cleansing process.

The Rhassoul and Bentonite Clay Shampoo Bar provides a deep clarifying cleanse and lathers easily so a little goes a long way. The Gentle Herbal Cleanser is formulated with high quality ingredients that provide a silky, gentle lather. Both products are sulfate free, meaning they cleanse your hair but do not strip it of its natural moisture.

The More Moisture Cream is a great moisturizer for fine to medium hair and can be layered with products like the Twirly Hair Gel or Hydrating Vitamin Curl Mousse for additional hold and versatile styling options like wash and gos and rod sets.

Washing hair isn't usually at the top of anyone's weekly highlight. Wash day can be tedious, a little painful, and altogether frustrating at times. Despite the aggravation, wash days are the most important part of your natural hair routine. Our curls are at their most vulnerable when wet. How we care for them affects everything from breakage and hair loss to shine and smoothness.

Flip the script on washing hair and transform the experience into a stunning glow-up. The RevAir team has uncovered the best tried and true tips to save time when washing hair, support healthy curls, and reduce frizz and flyaways. Loving your natural hair starts with the right products and routines to make maintaining your gorgeous curls, coils, and waves easy. As Yene Damtew, owner and professional stylist at Aesthetics Hair Salon summarizes, "everyone's natural hair is different so you have to find what works for you, your lifestyle, and your hair. Everyone's curl experience is different and not everyone has all the time in the morning to do their hair. Find what works for you and do that."

Let's rethink wash days and focus on wellness. Washing hair doesn't need to be a chore. In fact, pampering your lovely locks is an integral part of self-care. One of the best ways to honor your hair is by scheduling your own personal spa day.

Mark wash days on your calendar in advance and stick to your schedule. Remember that it's okay to be protective of your personal time! Turn wash day into a self-care ritual by planning your routine. Put on your favorite music, do a face mask, paint your nails, and most importantly, give your curls the extra time and love they deserve. Schedule wash days around your lifestyle so your hair will always be fresh when you need to shine the brightest.

Start by stocking your shower with natural hair-friendly products. These include shampoos and conditioners that are free of sulfates, parabens, and other drying agents. Focus on moisturizing ingredients and natural vitamins and nutrients for optimal results. Using the wrong products can make washing hair feel like a frustrating process when lingering frizz puts a kink in your style.

Section your hair using your favorite clips. Parting the hair into four quadrants is usually sufficient. While this might sound like an extra step, sectioning is actually a great time saver for washing hair. Many curly-hair professionals find that tackling tangles and cleansing section by section is far more manageable than washing their entire mane at once. Rinse with cold or bottled water to retain as much moisture as possible and follow up with a clarifying shampoo. Start at the scalp, massaging the formula down to the ends. No need to unroll each section if you have your hair in braids or twists. Simply cleanse each part and move on to the conditioner.

Finding the best conditioner for your curls is a must. Look for conditioners designed to hydrate and strengthen. You'll find that these products provide more "slip" when running your fingers through wet hair. The hair should have an effortless movement that isn't heavy from product residue. Once you've found your perfect product match, use your conditioner as a detangler to save time in your routine. Work out smaller knots with your fingers and use a wet brush to comb through each strand.

If you've been using the same tired, old hair drying routine since your mother first introduced you to the pain of wash day, it's time to reinvent the art of drying curls. There's no need to fry your fresh locks when washing hair. Remember; your hair is at its most vulnerable when wet. Adding hot air to the mix can be extremely damaging and lead to breakage, frizz, and hair loss. If you've been growing your natural hair out for a while now and have noticed you've hit a snag, it may be time to reevaluate your hair drying routine. 041b061a72


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