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Hair Care Regimen For Transitioning Hair

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2. Establish a Regular Haircare Regimen That Works for Your Lifestyle

Let’s just put it out there...there's no one regimen that'll work for everyone. But in the beginning, it’s helpful to get some guidance on where to start.

We suggest buying a shampoo, conditioner and leave-in conditioner from the same product line. They’re made to work together, so while you’re still in the discovery phase, take advantage of a cohesive system; you can branch out later. Next find a deep conditioner, water-based moisturiser and a natural oil (to seal that moisture in).

Start by washing your hair at least once a week. The conditioner detangles and restores moisture after your shampoo has stripped your hair clean. Use your leave-in conditioner to style it or whenever you feel your hair needs moisture. Leave-in conditioners are usually water-based, so it could double up as your water-based moisturizer.

Deep condition at least every other week in the summer and every week in the winter. Again, you can adjust this routine once you learn what your hair needs. Natural oils seal in moisture, so you can either spritz your hair with water or a water-based moisturizer as needed, then lightly coat your hair with an oil to lock that moisture/water in. Butters and gels are optional styling products, but note that the more you use them, the more often you’ll probably have to wash your hair.

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It's great that you are transitioning to natural hair. Transitioning with a protective style such as a sew in is good. Stay away from glue. The braids underneath will give your hair some time to breath. Be sure to take care of your own hair underneath