I’ve posted a few times with tips for natural hair, so I thought I’d go a step further and give you guys the Glitter Brains Guide To Going Natural. Think of this as a crash course in natural hair care. I realize that I still have much more to learn when it comes to natural hair care, but I’ve picked up some valuable tips over the last couple of years that I want to share with you guys. I hope this will be helpful to those of you who may be interested in going natural and have no idea where or how to start your transition. These are the basics, but most of all please remember that this is just a guide! What may work wonders for my hair may not yield the results you’re looking for. I encourage you to experiment until you find the right care routine for your hair.
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OK, so anyone who has dabbled their feet into the world of natural hair knows that moisture is a girl’s best friend. While I try my best to keep my hair as happy and as moisturized as possible, I am still but a mere college student. Between sorority shizz and homework and the
weekly occasional night out at the bars, I have trouble always keeping up on my hair routine. Whenever my hair has turned to the texture of straw and begun to frizz a halo around the crown of my head (as pictured above), I know I’ve gone for far too long without giving my locks some love. I’m in search of the deep conditioner recipe that will be my “miracle mix.” So far I haven’t found it, but I’ve been having fun mixing and matching ingredients to see what the benefits are for my hair. Continue reading “honey & coconut oil deep conditioner recipe”