FAVORITE PRODUCTS FOR NATURAL HAIR
Today, I’m gonna share some of my favorite national hair products. After a lot of trial and error, I’ve compiled a list of the ones that work best for my 4b/4c hair.
Cantu Oil Sheen Deep Conditioning Spray: I use this about once or twice a week, in the mornings when my hair is dry. This product is meant to be used when your hair is dry, and I’m not exactly sure how it works on wet hair because I’ve never tried it.
Cantu Argan Oil Leave-In Conditioner: Okay I use this or the other leave in mentioned later in this post all the time, I just pick whichever one’s closer to me at that given moment. I use this product after washing my hair, and this product works really well on bantu knots.
Cantu Coconut Curling Cream: I use this product mainly for bantu knots and braid outs. I personally don’t do twist outs, but I’ve been told it works great on that too.
Cantu Coconut Oil Shine and Hold Mist: As with all of the other items on this list, this product smells sooo good. I use this after I take out my bantu knots, for added shine.
Palmer’s Deep Conditioning Protein Pack: This product isn’t part of a routine, but whenever I see it at the store I always pick one up. I normally use a full packet in one use, but you may be able to use it twice, depending on what you like to do.
SheaMoisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Leave-In Conditioner: This was the conditioner I mentioned earlier in this post, and I like it for the same reasons I like the above mentioned one.
SheaMoisture Coconut and Hibiscus Shampoo/Conditioner: I love the way these products smell, and they’re my favorite shampoo and conditioners to use. I’ve been using these for about a year now.
Argan Oil Eco Styler: This is my favorite gel. I use it on my edges a lot, but I wouldn’t recommend using a lot cause it’ll flake.
Jamaican Black Castor Oil: Lastly, this is SUCH a great product. It’s great for hair growth, I recommend this the most out of all the products on this list.
Okay so that’s it for this post, I’ll be posting my hair routine soon, so subscribe to be notified when it’s posted!