Best Natural Hair Care Routine Using Twists From Wash Day To Styling
In today’s video with JeanetteJBeauty, we’re going to learn how to grow natural hair with twists from wash day to styling. A great protective style for length retention and low manipulation. She started the detangling process by spraying her hair with water. It allows her to wet detangle, which smooth the hair strand. Use a wide-tooth comb to facilitate a nice transition when you shampoo your hair, and the use of the best hairdryers can also help take care of your hair.
As you’re washing your hair, keep in mind these tips: Warm water opens hair cuticles that remove dirt and buildup. Separate hair into sections to allow for better management. For her first product, she used Ultra Hydrating Shampoo made with Argan and Pumpkin oil. The combo of Argan and Pumpkin oil makes it so that your scalp is clean and healthy. Massage the shampoo in your hair, make sure you have a good lather and rinse your hair off with luke-warm water.
Moving on to Scalp & Hair Scrub by Zionhealth. It allows you to buff off the dead skin. She highly recommends that you use one that best suits you. This process allows the hair to absorb moisture and rejuvenation.
Next, she applies Petal Fresh Superfoods conditioner, which contains coconut, vitamin E, and almond oil. These ingredients are super fuel in many ways. Coconut oil nourishes tone, keep vitamins and fatty acids in your hair, and help preserve cell balance and repair. Almond oil keeps that hair nice and moisturized.
Take a moment to finger detangle to ensure the hair is nice and smooth before using a wide-tooth comb; this makes sure your hair is tangle-free, and the conditioner can penetrate the hair strands. After making sure your hair is detangled and smooth, go ahead and twists that section. This will allow the moisture to be retained while working on the other parts.
Next, she applied the Pure Body Naturals hair masks. If you don’t wash your hair often, this is a great way to hydrate, nourish, and provide intense repair. Now we’re on to styling your newly washed hair. Continue with the video for more goodies.
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