One of the reasons you went natural was because you wanted to embrace your natural curls. You wanted to rock your naturally curly hair in all of its gloriousness (Cue the harps). Then, when you starting doing the natural girl’s signature hairstyle…The Wash ‘n Go, all didn’t go as planned.
You’ve made your best effort to finally try that hairstyle your favorite hair blogger did (like 9 months ago), only to discover little pieces of hair in your sink and on your shoulders. Maybe you’ve noticed it before but the breakage seems to have gotten worst. Let me help you
The wash and go has been a staple style in my fine natural hair regimen for a while now. that’s mainly because it gives lots of volume and it’s pretty low maintenance. So without further ado, here’s my updated wash and go routine using one of my favorite line of
2011 was a year of discovery for me. When I was relaxed, my hair was a slave to the flat iron. When I went natural, I did very little to change my habits of styling initially. I had been natural for about 6+ years (give or take a few months) yet I still