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Whether you just went natural, or you’ve been natural for years, you may be in need of some advice on

how to manage your fluffy, curly crown.

I’ve compiled a list of things you can do to keep your hair healthy and happy, based off of other naturals’

experiences as well as my own:

1. Co-wash! If you’ve been natural for a while, you’ve probably heard of it. Co-washing is when you

wash your hair with conditioner ONLY, no shampoo. Conditioner is not as chemically harsh on natural

hair as shampoo, meaning co-washing can be done more often. The conditioner will leave your hair

feeling soft and less dry, because it doesn’t deplete your hair’s natural oils! Of course, a gentle

shampoo should still be used from time to time. (Also, if you have dermatitis, co-washing probably isn’t

for you.)

2. Finger detangle. For the days when a comb or Denman brush won’t cut it, finger detangle! Just

gently running yours fingers through your hair a few times while it’s wet can make such a difference. To

make the job easier, you can even add an oil of your choice or a styling gel to make your hair slippery

and more manageable. As always, to detangle, work from the ends of your hair up to the root.

3. T-Shirt dry! Throw in the towel and use a T-Shirt to dry your hair! The fiber in towels can get

wrapped up in your locks, damage natural hair and cause unwanted frizz, and breakage. Just pat and

squeeze (not rub) your hair with an old shirt you don’t care about, then let air-drying do the rest.

4. Divide and conquer. If you’ve got a mean amount of hair and it just gets thicker as it grows,

detangling of any sort can be an hours-long nightmare! To cut back on the time (and keep you from

losing your mind), divide your hair into sections, detangling one clump at a time.

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source: Corinne Justice  // Empowering Everyday Women Beauty

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