My Naturally Curly Hair Routine

Hey there!

Today I thought it would be a good day to post about my curly hair routine. I will be going into depth about how I do my wash and go and what products I use. This is just what works for me and I hope I can be of help for anyone trying to figure out a routine for their hair, hope you enjoy!


So first thing is first when I get out of the shower I wring my hair dry with my hands to get the excess water off. so when I’m out of the shower my hair is still pretty much soaking wet still.

Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen Grow & Restore Leave-In Conditioner

As soon as I get out of the shower I section my hair into to two sections one on each side of my head and scoop up my leave in conditioner with my four fingers I would say its about a little under a palms worth of product and finger comb it through one section and then do the same for the other side of my head. The amount of leave in you use is really just dependent on how much you feel your hair needs.

Jamaican Mango Black Castor Oil Original

Next I go in with my black castor oil and do maybe a couple of  dimes worth of oil in each section of my hair, still using the finger combing method.

Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curling Gel Souffle

After my hair oil I use this gel and finger comb through my two sections.  I know the word gel makes people think of crunchy but this stuff is awesome it gives my hair a very fluffy texture and makes it feel very soft, while still defining my curl.

Turbie Twist

When I’m done putting my product in my hair i like to dry my hair with my Turbie Twist or any microfiber towel. I start at my ends and scrunch my hair using the towel to helm lessen the amount of frizz.

Once I’ve dried my hair with my towel I like to let my hair air dry.

Leave a comment on what your favorite hair products are!!

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