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Tips For Moisturizing Dry Hair | Natural Hair Care

Hey Guys!

A popular question I receive on my Facebook Wall and Twitter Page is

How can I repair my dry hair? I can’t get it to retain moisture!?”

I did a video on this specific topic, which I’ll link below, but I also wanted to address it on my blog for anyone who might have missed the video.

Dry curly hair, especially dry African-American curly hair, is normal! Our hair is naturally curly, coarse and dry, it’s just how it grows out of our heads. With straight hair, it’s easy for the natural oils to travel down the hair shaft, keeping it moisturized. But with curly, coily hair, it’s a lot harder for the oils to navigate, which causes the hair to remain dry, especially towards the ends. So don’t assume that because your hair is dry, it’s always an indication of how well you care for your hair, or signs of neglect. Most of the time it’s just a characteristic of our hair! I can moisturize the heck out of my hair and still have it be dry by the end of the day.

%image_alt%My coily hair dries out more often, when worn in a “Wash and Go” state. In a twist out state, my natural coils are combed out and less-defined (hair is straighter) causing moisture to last longer.With that being said, there are ways that we can return the moisture to our hair! There are solutions, but know that they wont be permanent. Since our hair is naturally dry, you’ll need to repeat these processes daily and weekly in order for your hair to remain moisturized. Similar to drinking water to keep hydrated, and plants that need to be watered every single day, our hair needs the same treatment or it will return to it’s natural dry state.

Personally, my hair is really thirsty and get’s dry really fast. In order to keep my hair moisturized I do the following “regimen.” I’m not perfect in doing the same thing every single month, but I always do some variation of the following:

Daily Moisture Treatments:

One of the most simple solutions to combating dry hair on a daily basis is to apply water on your hair day and night. In my experience, it’s not enough to just apply products or oils to your dry hair, it needs water first. The water is the moisture, while the oils and products are what seals the moisture in.

I fill my spray bottle with two-thirds water and one-third aloe vera juice. Then give my hair a light spritz every morning and night, just enough to penetrate my strands, but not enough to make my hair soaking wet, so it doesn’t ruin my style. I add the aloe vera juice because of it’s amazing healing properties. It also helps to ease frizz and calms the ends of your hair.

After lightly spritzing with water, follow up with a bit of your favorite oil-based hair product to seal the moisture in. My favorite sealing product is my homemade shea butter cream.

This method works well on any style you’re wearing: wash and go, twist out, bantu knot out, etc.. The only style you won’t want to do this to is a silky, smooth flat- ironed style, as the water might revert your straight hair.

Weekly Moisture Treatments:

Once-per-week or once-every-two-weeks, a deep conditioning treatment is really helpful. Two of my favorite deep conditioning treatments are my Homemade Mayo Deep Conditioner and my Homemade Greek Yogurt Deep Conditioner, both uploaded to my Naptural85 Youtube Channel. They’re both packed with protein, so they’re extremely helpful in helping to strengthen your strands.

Give them a try if you’re not protein sensitive! Otherwise, use any deep conditioner of your choice at least once per week in order to infuse moisture and beneficial minerals and vitamins to your hair.

After your deep conditioning treatment, while your hair is wet, be sure to seal in the moisture with your favorite oil-based hair product.

Anytime Moisture Treatments:

“Water Bagging
If you’re hanging around the house with nothing to do, why not condition your hair! A really quick way to infuse moisture into your hair without a lot of fuss, is to “water bag”.

Spritz your hair with water (and aloe vera juice if you like) and throw on a plastic cap! Keep it on for as long as you want. You can even sleep with it on if you want to! When you take the plastic cap off, your hair will be extremely soft, and the best part, there’s nothing to wash out! Just follow up with your favorite oil-based hair product to seal the moisture in.

%image_alt%The same “Wash and Go” from the image above after one night of “Water Bagging”. I slept in my plastic cap and woke up to plump, moisturized hair“Conditioning on The Go”
This is one of my favorite things to do, especially in the extreme cold of winter and extreme heat of summer. I uploaded a video of this to my Youtube Channel, but I’ll also attach it here!

So that’s basically all I do to retain the moisture in my hair. Again, my hair is naturally very dry, but these simple daily and weekly treatments really help me maintain the moisture. There’s a lot of products out there that promise to help you retain your moisture, but for me, water, shea butter, and various oils has done wonders for the structure of my strands.

Again, not everyone’s hair is the same, but I believe that water is the best moisturizer you can use. I think what makes the difference is the product that you use to seal the water in. If your hair has a looser curl pattern, you can get away with lighter products to seal the moisture in, like light oils. But if you have a tighter curl pattern, you’ll want to stick to heavier creamier products, like butters (shea, mango, etc…) to really help the hair absorb the moisture.

So I hope this post helped guys! Have a great week and I’ll talk to you soon!

XoXo Whit



Reader Comments

I came across your youtube channel this weekend and have been hooked! Making my notes here and there! Thanks for the valuable info!!

Thank you for this! It is quite helpful!
Last week I purchased AVJ and distilled water. I made my spritzer and added some essential oils and evoo to it. I find myself drinking it (4oz per day) more than spritzing. Lol!
I will get better at spritzing day and night. πŸ™‚

This is off topic but I wanted to capture on a current post for your followers….I tried Terrestials this weekend and I LOVE this stuff. I picked up a couple of trial sizes just in case is wasn't for me….My hair was so moisturized and not stripped. It has never felt this nice right after washing. I have been subscribed to your YouTube channel for a while. Thank you for taking the time to make videos and keep a blog to help the rest of us out 😎

Peace and Blessings,

Whitney, you are so correct about this. I started using your whipped shea butter recipe and my hair has now started looking like your hair twin (the pic of you with your eyes closed). My daughter has even drier texture and so it's helping her kinks too.

Thanks for the tips Whit, sometimes I think I'm all alone in the dry hair world! I'm transitioning and seem to be minimizing any breakage using a lot of your tips. I love my shea butter cream, and the deep conditioner is awesome. I even used the water bagging method one day that I was off work, my hair was sooooo soft. I'm so excited to have a blogster like you to help me on this journey, can't wait to cut at the one year mark so I can really see my coils:-)

I have been thinking about adding aloe vera juice to my spray bottle and now I'm even more convinced! Do you keep the mixture in the refrigerator? I need to try deep conditioning again and I love the water baggy method. I have to try that asap!


@Crystal – you can type the web address into google reader to add it. Just click the subscribe button and type it there.

Hey Whitney,
I was just wondering if a humidifier would help. I use one in the winter to help put moisture back into the air because using electric heat tends to dry out the air in my room very quickly. It just crossed my mind, could this also have some added benefit for my hair as well? Hmmm… Let me know your thoughts.

Hey Whitney. I was wondering where you got your Anita Grant Rhassoul Bars? They have been out of stock on Hairrogant for MONTHS! I'm so frustrated! Did you order directly from Anita Grant? I can't seem to find your vid on it. Thx!


Hi Whitney,
I have been watching your Naptural85 hair videos on YouTube and I love the advice and information. This is my second transition and I am also transitioning my 8 year old granddaughter. It has been 2 months and I am so happy that my research lead me to your videos. I have already made the Shea butter moisturizer, it's great. Keep up the good work. Thank you very much.

Thank you for sharing this with us! Just in time when my hair is dry without knowing what to do with it! Thanks again.

I am SO glad that I came across your YouTube channel & blog! I often find it hard to manage my extremely dry 4a hair, but your videos have shown me that it is possible. I can't wait to try out some of your tips. Thanks so much! <3

Is it necessary to put the two (fluffy and stiff) mixed shea butter creams in the fridge?

Whit, you are the best!!!! You make my life soooo simple. I use to be a product junkie, but every since discovering you 2 years ago I have been knocking my product usage slowly down. Hopefully I can get down to 3!!

My Daughter is 8 and has never had a perm, she has had a press one or two times. Do I have to cut her hair short to transition or can we work with what we got?

I also looked into Ms. Jessie's stuff, but I heard in your video that it is not natural. I am not clear on the product if it is texturizer or just another cream??? Help!

Hey Naptural85,
Thanks so much for all the great tips! I have been natural alitte over a year now & I've decided to stop applying heat. However I hate leaving home wet what can I do?

HAIR-ray for Naptural85!! I Googled Natural Hair Flexi-rod set and your video for No heat Flexi Rod set popped up a few days ago. I've been intrigued ever since. Great tips and your hair is GORGEOUS!!! Truly, water is the key–Inside and Out and your hair will groooowww!! Kudos to your hubby for encouraging you; mine has been hinting that I should show my natural more often. Your videos are a treasure chest for us 4a-b girls and you're a Gem for sharing your journey:-) Keep up the Great Work!!

Hi Withney…
I have been following quite lately … I just discovered you… I love the positive energy that comes accross ur vids… and ofc your hair is to die for!!!
I have a quick question. Your spray bottle, does it mist or just squirts in one jet? I keep buying these spray bottles and they always squirts so instead of having a mist i end up with water running at one spot on my scalp… If it does mist, would you mind giving me a link to where I can get it online?
Thanks a lot

Hiiiiii Whitany!!!!!!!
I found ur youtube page a couple of months ago and you are awsome! my mom and i watched your flaxseed gel vid. last year and it was really helpful. You are an insiration to me and a big help. i went totaly natural last summer but i had no idea what to do with my hair until you came along. lol. Your hair is beautiful and my goal (although my hair is like 4z! lol). I wish i had started sooner:-( but im good. QUESTION: how can i get my hair to slick back eaisier when i do just plain afro styles? Also how can i get my curls to be even more defined when i try to do a twist out or something like that? Cuz after i take the braids out i try to fluff it a little but it just puffs up. BTW could you put some tips for those of us that have thicker hair, mostly on the hair styles. thx! luv ya much!!!

it's me again i forgot something:-D You talk about mango butter in some of your vids. Do you think you could make a vid on it or give a referance on where i could find the best recipie thx. I dont have a credit card or anything and my parents won't let me use theirs really so i can't really order the shea butter online to make the mixture you showed us. sooooo yeah… you think you could do that. it be great thx again πŸ˜€

Hey chick! So funny, I've been 'following' you for about a year now so it's kind of weird that I haven't commented until now. Well, more of a question, actually: I've grown to trust your vids above others and so I'm at a bit of a standstill because I'd really like to henna my hair and see that you don't have any videos on that. Have you just not needed to do it? I shed! It's grown tremendously in just a year (thanks to your shea miracle solution et al) but it's def porous and prone to split ends. I haven't been doing the aloe/water spritz so I'm going to jump on that soon but I needs me a serious treatment.

Thoughts or video recommendations? Cheers and thanks for the info, jokes and good works!

Dry curly hair, especially dry African-American curly hair, is normal! Our hair is naturally curly, coarse and dry, it's just how it grows out of our heads.

Hi Whitney

Thanks for all the great tips and pointers. I really enjoy your vids (been enjoying them for nearly two years now).

I thought I remembered seeing a video you had (about a year ago?) on how to add extension hair for a protective style. It was kinda a step-by-step guide to putting them in.

Your instructions were very clear – and I thought I'd bookmarked it! – much to my chagrin alas no!!

Been searching for it on your site but not found anything – can you help please?

Many thanks


Wow, that's exactly what I've been spritzing my hair with daily, I/3 cup aloe vera juice and 2/3 cup distilled water. Thanks as always for the reinforcement πŸ™‚

Thank you Whit! Thank youuuuuuuuuuu! I love you! Haha πŸ˜€
Seriously, you're a life saver!

I was sooooooooo dilligent about keeping hair moisturised when I first started my hair journey, now my hair has grown (like, seriously doubled the length!! It's just past collar bone length now :D) I've become less dilligent, and noticed my hair has kinda slowed down the length retention, because I leave it too dry and am not so careful with it I think :S Oops! But I'm glad I've caught myself now and re-researched and educated myself up about hair and just how much care it needs!! A lot of work but it's gotto be done!! πŸ™‚

Bisous xxx

My hair has felt dry – especially the ends despite my regular moisturizing techniques. So I thought I would do a hot oil treatment or some deep conditioner. I came across your recipe during my search and my hair HARDLY shed. I was so so amazed! It was more than HALF less than what usually comes out after washing etc. I am so excited. I may start retaining more length soon. YAY πŸ™‚ Who knew I needed to deep condition?

I came across your vids on you tube and boy am I glad I did. I started my transition just 4months ago and sometimes I feel absolutely clueless. But I get really optimistic when I watch your vids, especially with your conditioning tips for dry hair. Thank you so much for sharing, I'll try as much tips as I can and let you know how it's turning out πŸ™‚

Last week a buy aloe vera juice but the one that ibuy is not whole leaf the one that I buy is Inner fillet can I use it.

Thank you so much. Where were you 5 years ago when I started and stop and started and stop and now for the started for the last time and never going back. You have made this time easy for me. Thank you

Hi Naptural I really appreciate all of your videos.
I am learning now how to take care of my hair.Thank you very much.

I wanted to knowfor the deep conditioners, instead of the greek yoghurt can I use natural soya youghurt.
What can i use instead of mayonaise and egg.

Thank you in advance for your response.

Thanks so much for your info! I will definitely try the shea butter recipe for me and my daughters. We love rocking our natural locks/looks!

Best thing for moisturizing hair is argan oil! It has double the benefits of olive or almond oil and absorbs quicker than castor oil. It’s not greasy and smells very subtle. There are plenty of brands to choose from, if you still use heat tools on your hair then the best brand is Pro Naturals Moroccan Argan oil that you can get online at Beyas. It's an argan oil based heat protectant so it's very beneficial.

This is a great post.I think it will be very usefull to us. I read it but I need some thing more to know about this. How can I know about this.

Hey Whitney!
I've been natural for the last past six years. I combed my locs out (Jan 2012). Thanks for the tips and YouTube videos! I think I'm ready to rock my curls!! πŸ™‚

I love your blog and your videos. I had a question about dry scalp. My scalp has become extremely dry and flaky. Do you have any suggestions to deal with this. Thanks!

Thank you so very much for the information on dry hair. My 8 year old daughter has never had a perm (she is natural). Her hair is growing well. However, I have began to use shea butter mixed with aloe vera juice, olive oil, castor oil, and kinky curly knot today-lv in conditioner. I spritz her hair with water and apply a little shea butter mix and add a little oil to the ends. It is very soft for a day or two. I began to notice brittleness and some breakage. Should I apply a lv-in conditioner before I apply the shea butter mix? What can be causing the breakage? I spritz every day and night and wash weekly. What can be causing the breakage? Please help

Hi, I really am learning a lot from your videos! Thank you so much for the variety of information. today I received a compliment on my hair. That has never happened before! I wondered about something. I put a product on my hair today that has green tea leaves, jojoba oil, aloe and safflower oil. It also has petrolatum in the ingredients. Will I have to wash away the product before I add daily moisturizers? I read that petrolatum sits on the hair and that additional moisturize cannot penetrate. I suppose it might not be a problem for a few days since I added water to my hair before applying the petrolatum containing product.

i have a question this is my first time trying to do the natural thing but i feel like i dont no what are the rite products to get my hair healthy and to get stronger and to grown long it get frustrating sometimes because i have been relying on weaves for a long time but i want to transition to be natural and im a African American and i notes that my hair is damaged from dying my hair and pressing it so thats why i wanted to do something different to my hair to it can grown and be healthy and grow long and thicker ..

I want to buy some simple, natural products to moisturize my hair because I want to avoid repeatedly purchasing moisturizing products. I think I want to mix veggie glycerin, water and an oil for daily moisture. Coconut oil as a sealant. Will that be okay? I'm transitioning (about 5 months) and I think I have 4a & 4c hair by the way.

I bought my Aloe Vera at the Vitamin Shoppe. Just make sure it is WHOLE leaf. I bought the wrong kind and had to go back and exchange.

I have watched the video and I guess I may have missed this, but is there anywhere that I can find exactly how much she used for each of ingredient for her Honey Mayo Deep Conditioner? I am used to teaspoons, tablespoons, etc…

I have been wearing my hair natural for five years now and I love it. I saw your videos on youtube and I appreciate all you have done to inspire all of us with natural hair…I recently tried to do locs but after seven months I took them out and found that my hair grew a great deal. I am looking to keep the length using your tips…I am taking great care to keep my ahir moist and healthy. Thanks again…

You want people to subscribe and support your blog…..but I'm finding a problem with your lack of feedback to their questions. These women are praising you about the success on your hair and you won't so much as say thank you. Others have questions but you can't reciprocate with an answer to their questions? I know it's a business for you but come on now, it's high time that you exhibit some integrity to your followers and subscribers by reciprocating some feedback. . I'm a subscriber as well and I love your ideas but come on and keep it real. I don't have any questions for you but respect those who does and give a response. You're still my girl though πŸ˜‰

I found you're youtube channel about a month now and I must say its really helped. I've been natural for 3 years now and looking back I really treated my hair horribly, but I still found that my hair grew regardless. Right now it's reached the center of my back and it's difficult to manage in terms of styling and retaining moisture. I currently live Grand Cayman and let's just say things like your aloe Vera oil probably don't exists in any store here, but I have started using olive oil. What I found however is that the oil just sits on top of the water in my spray bottle and I have to constantly be shaking it while applying and I can't be sure if the actual oil is coming out. Is there any other way to apply moisture? Or any other oil/water based moisturizer out there?

Nice post! even i think Aloe vera is the best solution to moisturize dry hair. I use shampoo having both aloe vera and jojoba oil and are the best natural moisturizer for dry hair.


I just wanted to tell you that I watched the updated video on your hair washing routine and I tried the part where you added oil to your hair while under the shower. It has only been two weeks, but I have experienced less shedding and less single strand knots (absolutely hate them!). I am also getting into the habit of deep conditioning once a week. I am going to try the mud wash this weekend.

Thank you so much for you hair care tips.

Hi Whitney, many thanks for the great tips on how to keep hair moisturized. I was just wondering if you still (to this present day – April 2013), use the aloe vera juice and water in spray bottle to moisture your hair daily?

Also wanted to know, I was watching one of your updates videos (I can't remember which one it was, you have some many LOL x) but you were taking about your shea butter mix and that you now add some essential oils to it, e.g. Lavendar, Basil etc. Do you still have those oils in your shea butter mix today? (I know you add coconut oil, caster oil, olive oil etc, but any essential oils?

Many thanks

P.S keep up the good videos. If I can find the video, I will post another message with the link on it.

This was very helpful considering the fact that my hair drinks up moisture VERY quickly. So much that no-flake gel flakes in my hair & does not hold, my hair will not stretch or straighten well, has seemingly stopped growing, & is just down right FRUSTRATING! I've been natural for 1.5 years so I'm pretty aware of what I need to do to take care of it. The only problem is, other than the one's already mentioned, is if I keep it in protective styles (always braids & weaves), my hair is put away & is thus harder to moisturize EVERY DAY, MULTIPLE TIMES A DAY. What's a gal to do?! Go back to a perm? I hate to say it, but that seems like the best option at this point. I really don't want to back track, but my goal is to be able to get up in the morning & wear & style my OWN hair and it look nice. I hate wearing my afro because it's just so plain & boring. I tried taking Biotin 5000 but it only made my hair thicker; which is nice, but my hair is thick ENOUGH! Sorry if I'm complaining, but I just need guidance. Any suggestions?

This is awesome, I just went natural a few months ago and have tried many expensive stuff from hair stores, this is my new and loved method, Thanks Whitney!

trying to keep my hair moisturized, but having trouble with dry scalp. Any suggestions for dry scalp? Thanks

hey have you ever tried adding green tea to your water spritz ? i also started using aloe and water but wanted to add green tea also . do u think its safe, to spray tea daily ?



Aaah, I love your channel and your tips are always so useful πŸ™‚ thank you xx

Hi Whitney,

Your hair looks amazing! I am in the process of gathering my products for the clay wash, shea butter cream, and mayo deep conditioning. I have a texturizer, the length is not bad but now I feel like going natural. My question is can I still spritz everyday ( aloe juice) without damaging my hair? How can I transition without chopping off my hair? I love your hair and thanks for the motivation.

I just listen to on youtube ,is nice to hear that hope is not lost with black hair , i try buying the coconut oil online ,it is also used for cooking ;please help me out cos i cannot wait to make my shea butter cream

thanks for your help on how to care for black hair ,please you enlightig more about coconut oil ,it is also used for cooking

Thank you for this ! I have been fighting trying to keep my hair moisturized. So you have any tips for moisturizing with protective styles like box braids ?

Hi there

Had a quick question re. the use of aloe vera. I'm finding that when it dries after being sprayed on the hair, it leaves a bits in the hair, how do you avoid this?


I know u get a ton of comments, so hopefully this one gets to you. Have you done anything to your hair to define your natural curl pattern? I have a bunch of curls but they tangle together to make super chunks. I wet my hair in the morning, soaking wet but by the end of the day it feel super dry which makes my hair tangle into these super chunks. Thanks for ur help.

Hi naptural85,
I have a tight curl type hair, I have been natural for 9 months, my hair grows well. I eat well and make sure I take a lot of water. Apart from that I sprinkle water on my hair whenever I have my bath. I am a nigeria full african. I have a challenge with my front hair ( its fault actually, any braid I do or weaves I pull) I want to grow it back fast. Im also kinda impatient with growth sometimes. I remember when I was younger I had natural hair my hair grows fast and I dont use much oil and go through processes why is it different now? Why do we have to buy oils.

Hi Whitney,
Your natural hair website has been a big help to me… all the resources you have provided really make going natural so much more nicer.

Agreed with the rest – quite a helpful and extensive tip! I also agree that you have to test out every product you use, because although these are some great tips, not all african-american hair are the same. Find what works for you! But these are a good start.


I am a newbie to natural hair and you have me totally inspired! I have a question though, in the homemade shea butter video, I get the purpose of the second one (coconut oil base for daily use) but what am I supposed to do with the 1st, larger container that I made?

When, if at all, do I put that on my hair? And so far it looks like I am supposed to spritz my hair twice daily and use the daily coconut cream for moisture as well, correct?

Hoi Hoi,

Do you ever comb your hair , because i only see you using your hands to make the hair. Please learn me how to do it because my hair is very stiff. And it falls easely if i relax i am trying to use natural but its too stiff HELP HELP HELP

@shirl-I agree! I started using her Shea butter mix and my hair is looking identical to hers! (Thank goodness lol) but more importantly, its waaaaay easier to manage and moisturized, and its so much easier manipulate my hair into whatever I want it to be without using heat. As a result, I'm LOVING my natural texture, and my hair is loving me back ?

I recommend the pro naturals hair mask, it is made with original argan oil, so imagine how good it is!

I try to drink three bottles of water each day, but it is sooooo hard, please can you give me some tips on how you drink your water!

Oooh and how do you know your hair is growing if it is always in mini mode???
Thanx, bye

Hi! I love how your hair looks and im trying to get mine the same way. My hair is naturally curly but when I blow dry it with my comb attachment, it seriously frizzes up and all my curls go. I tried to air dry it the other day but my hair shrunk a lot and it was just not stretching out again. So I really need to find out how my hair can stretch but stay curly. If u can help me, that would be really appreciated. thx

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Hi Naptural85, I JUST LOVE YOU!!!!! U R AMAZING!!! There are only few ppl that I follow on YouTube and you are one of them. Thank you for all of the tutorials & info. that you provide on how to care for your natural hair. When I see where you were (your hair) and how it looks now, all I can say is WOW,WOW,WOW,WOW,WOW!!!!!! Thank you lady, you are such an inspiration to me and I wish nothing but blessing upon you and your family.

Hey Whitney,
I found your page and found it very interesting!
My question I have is What specific shampoo and conditioner do you use?????

Hey Whitney,
I am a young girl, age 11 and want to thank you a million for posting this segment on moisturizing dry and brittle natural hair. I experience this often and found this extremely useful. My hair is currently in braids and I wanted to ask if this could be done on my hair in its braided state, if not can you please do a segment on how to moisturize braided or protective
styled hair?
Nia x

Hi Whitney,

I want to start out saying that I love your videos and blog. Thank you for sharing all of your hair tips. Without you and other natural hair bloggers, I would be lost when it comes to taking care of my natural hair. I just recently started watching your videos. I have also been trying out some of your hair tips, which leads me to the questions that I have. How often do you wash your hair? Do you use distilled water in your Aloe Vera Juice mixture? I grew up oiling my scalp with grease, do you oil your scalp?

Thank You,

Hey, Whitney! πŸ™‚

I am new to all of this natural hair stuff! So, I am wondering is your hair permed?

Thank you for you shearing valuable tips for moisturizing dry hair. you also mentioned the treatment system for moisturizing dry hair that is very helpful. Your daily, weekly and any time moisture treatment is really beneficial for healthy hair.I also came across your you tube video where you also focused how to treatment your dry hair. That is really nice.

Is it okay for my hair to be nappy? I have 4b hair and my hair is very easy to get tangle.

Is it okay for my hair to be nappy? I have 4b hair and my hair is very easy to get tangle.

Oh my God when you have been such an inspiration to me it is awesome to watch it here journey into doing my own and I bracelet and loving every minute of it thank you for all your information

My dear, my ten year old daughter is allergic to all dairy products, eggs, nut, shellfish. Do you have an alternate weekly conditioning regime to moisturizer her hair? We are in winnipeg, Manitoba Canada R2G1L7
Thank you

Debra Brown
Keep up the good work, I have been watching your videos since your hair was short!


My daughter is Ethiopian with beautiful hair that she doesn't appreciate right now but I'm hoping she will when she gets older. πŸ™‚ Anyway, I am always reading and looking for natural hair products and techniques to care for her hair properly when I came across your YouTube site…..I love it!!!! I have been watching your videos and soaking up all of your advice and techniques so I can apply what I think will work best for my daughter. So, I just wanted to take a moment to say THANK YOU…..you have been very helpful to us.

First, I would like to say that your hair is extremely gorgeous and I've decided to become natural.. I've been wearing relaxers for about 34 years now. I had color put in my hair and now it's over processed. My hair has never grown pass my shoulder and I know it possibly can. I'm ready for something new and very excited about the transformation. My new stylist suggest the BC and I am thinking that is the best thing now since looking at so many videos on YouTube and my friends who are doing the natural thing too. I thought about transitioning but eventually I'll cut the relaxed hair anyway. What are your suggestions? If possible could you give me a step by step regimen for after the bc..Thank you so much..

First, I would like to say that your hair is extremely gorgeous and I've decided to become natural.. I've been wearing relaxers for about 34 years now. I had color put in my hair and now it's over processed. My hair has never grown pass my shoulder and I know it possibly can. I'm ready for something new and very excited about the transformation. My new stylist suggest the BC and I am thinking that is the best thing now since looking at so many videos on YouTube and my friends who are doing the natural thing too. I thought about transitioning but eventually I'll cut the relaxed hair anyway. What are your suggestions? If possible could you give me a step by step regimen for after the bc..Thank you so much..

First, I would like to say that your hair is extremely gorgeous and I've decided to become natural.. I've been wearing relaxers for about 34 years now. I had color put in my hair and now it's over processed. My hair has never grown pass my shoulder and I know it possibly can. I'm ready for something new and very excited about the transformation. My new stylist suggest the BC and I am thinking that is the best thing now since looking at so many videos on YouTube and my friends who are doing the natural thing too. I thought about transitioning but eventually I'll cut the relaxed hair anyway. What are your suggestions? If possible could you give me a step by step regimen for after the bc..Thank you so much..

Your videos have been heaven sent to me! After transitioning I was completely lost because I didn't know how to care for my hair. I can't thank you enough for all of your help through watching and taking notes from your videos. My hair is so easy to maintain and I'm loving the many different ways to style my hair. I hope some day you'll get your own show to help educate the world with your many techniques. Also, I love all of your hair videos.. God bless.


LOVE your channels! Where can I find the flexible hooded dryer you showed in this video? I can't seem to find the brand to purchase it.

Thanks so much!

after using buttercream and curling jail I get the white stuff the following day, does it mean I used wash my hair every morning? or what should I do

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