Natural black products seems to be the way everyone is going. I have to admit so have I. I guess the old saying still applys. If you know better you do better. I also have a confession to make, starting out on this hair journey with my daughter was fun and yet expensive. I would be watching all the YouTube videos and seeing the length of their hair registering in my head ok so they used this product and it did this for their hair so let me go out and go get this product. Not even really listening to what else they was talking about everything went out the window. I just wanted to here what natural hair product they was using. Until I realized some things on my own these hair products are not growing your hair. Our hair is growing continuously I realized that these hair products are just on the selves to help retain health and length. I had to sit back and realize its just hair its not that deep. As long as her hair is washed, deep conditioned, oiled, moisturized, and detangled properly everything is going to be okay length will come. I'm going to continue to do what I been doing at yet at a reasonable price. In my heart on this day I declare to not be a product junkie anymore. I don't regret it because I learned from it. I also have a ton of hair products that are just sitting around that are collecting dust. I feel like I found the right hair products for my me and my babies hair. And they are as follows:
1. Shampoo
Bee Mine Botanical Moisturizing Shampoo
Organic Coconut & Hibiscus Curl and Shine Shampoo
2. Deep Conditioner
Organic Root Stimulator Olive Oil Replenishing Conditioner
Elastic QP DPR-11+ deep penetrating remoisturizing conditioner
3.Oil
Coconut
Avocado Oil
4. Moisturizer
Bee Mine Deja Milk
Bee Mine Curly Butter(well I really use that for styling but it still works as a moisture too)
Elastic Qp Olive Oil and Mango Butter mixed with coconut oil and Shea butter
5. Detangler
Kinky Curly Knot Today
If you have any confessions, or comments I would love to here!





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Comment by Shalette Brown on July 22, 2011 at 3:23pm

I've also been going natural and just gave birth to little girl who has a head full of hair. I've been looking at products in the stores too and realized that anything healthy is so much more expensive. I figured that maybe if I buy some things from the grocery store...like eggs, mayo, olive oil and so forth I can pretty much create my own type of shampoo and or conditioner. It's still costly but I'd have more of a mixture than what I can get in most of the bottles they sell at the stores. Anyway, after you wash, shampoo, moisturize and detangle yours and your daughters hair what do you do as far as straightening? Have you tried different straightening techniques and if so which one or ones did u find to be the most effective, but still healthy? I usually use a flat iron but I'm thinking about going back to the old fashion hot comb and hair dryer.

 

Oh, and my mother just introduced me to a product called phyto (its also pretty costly) but its really good. and she has been getting (if I'm not mistaken) phyto relaxers. It's a natural way to relax our hair, no chemicals just herbs and so forth. In case you're interested the website is http://www.phyto-usa.com.

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