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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Natural Hair ABCs : Drawing Up A Hair Regimen


If you are just embarking on a natural journey or you are already one, you should know how important it is to have a hair regimen (please consult this post for more information).If you did not know, well then, it's not too late.

For any natural diva, a hair regimen is vital, in fact, it's one of the first things that should be done. It not only helps you find out what works and what doesn't work for your hair, but it also helps you focus your time properly.

To draw a hair regimen, you need to start with a skeleton. Begin with the basic things you'd need to do to your hair such as, shampooing, co-washing, deep conditioning, depending on your hair and preferences. Next, try choosing special treatments you'd like to try, depending on what you know what works for you or what you think would work for your hair.
After drawing up a simple daily plan of what you'd like to do to your hair on a daily basis along with the products you'd like to be using, it's time to try them. Try the regimen for at least three weeks and after that, cross out whatever might not have worked and keep going like this until you get your hair own custom made hair regimen.

Of course you can play around with it as the seasons change or sour hair changes (length, needs, etc.) but whatever you do, try keeping the main regimen as the reference.
Do not try changing anything in your hair regimen if everything's working fine!! It's like fixing something that's not broken, you might just ruin things for your hair.

Here is an example of a hair regimen to help get you started!

That's it for drawing up your hair regimen!

Do share your experiences, suggestions, additions and love!

Stay blessed and keep it funky!



  1. Great post! I agree that it's important to build a hair care regimen so that you can stay focused and find out your hair's needs.


  2. so..is this printable? It says right clicking disabled...


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