Hair Products

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This is a list of products that I currently use in my hair.

Shampoos

African Black Soap

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Conditioners

Aussie Moist Conditioner

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Deep Conditioners

Aussie Moist 3-Minute Miracle Deep Conditioner

DIY: Banana & Coconut Milk Deep Conditioner

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Leave-In Conditioners

Giovanni Direct Leave-in Weightless Moisture Conditioner

DIY: KimmayTube’s pH-Balanced Leave-In Conditioner

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Moisturizers

DIY: Hair Moisturize Mist

Taliah Waajid Protective Mist Bodifier

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Styling Products

Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie

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Gels

EcoStyler Argan Oil Styling Gel

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Hair Oils

Sunny Isle Jamaican Black Castor Oil

Organic Coconut Oil

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

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Essential Oils

Tea Tree

Rosemary

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Butters

Whipped Shea Butter

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Miscellaneous

Vegetable Glycerin

Lily of the Desert Aloe Vera Juice

Natural Local Honey

Coconut Milk

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4 thoughts on “Hair Products”

  1. I thought an Island girl would use natural products as coconut oil, JBCO, avocado shampoo and on. Why did you choose to go for “industrial” products instead of home-made/local-made ?

    • Good question. Firstly, a lot of natural raw items are either not available locally or super expensive. Second, there are only so much DIY a person can handle. Making your own products takes time, effort and you still have to find the items to make them. Then making something that can only last for one use is not super motivating. I applaud all those who do.
      At the beginning of my journey I did try quite a few things like Honey Shampoo, DIY hair mists etc. I was most successful making my own DIY deep conditioners and still do those.
      As it pertains to oils, oils are not moisturizers. They are sealants and thin hair doesn’t require a super abundance of oil use so I stick to what I know works best for my hair.
      After 2 years natural and trying many different things with my hair, I now follow KISS – keep it simple sista 🙂

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