When deciding to embrace your natural hair, it’s critical you develop a hair regimen that works for your hair. If you don’t, you’ll find yourself shooting in the dark trying to figure out what products and techniques you should be consistently using and following.
While there’s many methods for caring for your hair, these are the key elements of any hair regimen:
Because Fine Natural Hair and Faith serves up content to help those with fine (and natural) hair, the regimens you are about to read were created with fine natural hair in mind. These hair regimens consists of routines followed and tested over time. Simply put, they work.
You may opt to follow a hair regimen verbatim or you may choose to mix up the techniques to come up with YOUR perfect hair regimen. The key is to make it your own by using the products that your hair likes. That may mean you are following the steps exactly as they are outlined using the products mention or your favorite products. It also may mean that you choose some of the techniques and products while replacing some of the products but not techniques with your faves. Be flexible to try out the routines and tweak them as needed.
Linked below are the various hair regimens that are recommended for fine natural hair:
Minimalist Natural Hair Regimen – a simple hair care regimen that combines the pre-poo, detangle, cleanse and deep condition in one easy step.
Low Manipulation Hair Regimen – From Friday to Thursday, this hair care regimen covers everything from wash day to monthly hair treatments that are great for fine natural hair
Pre-Wash Regimen – a video demonstration of how to pre-treat and finger detangle fine hair
4A Fine and Thin Hair Care Regimen – Step by step routines and products
Simplified Curly Hair Regimen – Daily, Weekly and Monthly hair care maintenance including product recommendations for curly hair
Indian Herbal Hair Regimen – This regimen is mostly about the products to use and less about the techniques
A Summer Hair Care Regimen – simple hair regimen based on using the wash and go as a means for sporting curls while keeping the hair stretched