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Lazy Natural Hair Routine

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At the beginning of the summer I was at a crossroads on what I wanted to do with my hair. I have 4a curls that need moisture, moisture, and more moisture. I also know that my mane hates humidity. After spending the last month doing some traveling and experiencing humidity, water, rain, and heat, I found a lazy girl hair routine that my hair loves. Prior to traveling I made sure I had given my hair a good wash and a deep condition. My process began at night by putting my hair in four twists and sleeping with a satin cap on my head. In the morning I removed the satin cap and showered as normal. The last thing I did before exiting the shower was wet my hair while it was still in its four twists. When I got out of the shower I would take my leave in conditioner and give my hair a couple of spritzes, then taking each section at a time, I raked my favorite conditioner through my damp hair. Next I took some oil and applied it to my hand, then massaged it through the curls and my scalp. Finally, I shook my curls and went.
 
Stumbling upon this routine and method I have shocked myself because I was one of those who was against wetting my hair daily. But to my surprise my hair is so much healthier, shinier, and bouncier, with minimal shedding. Here are some recommended products for my lazy girl hair routine:

carols-daughter-monoi-repairing-leave-in-conditioner-d-20120912100632927-211598Carol’s Daughter Monoi Repairing Leave-in Conditioner

shea-moisture-super-fruit cropped-Shea Moisture SuperFruit Complex Hair Masque

sheamoistureoil croppedShea Moisture Restorative Hair Serum

 
by Rosalyn Robinson

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