(Closed) Best sham/cond for natural hair? Pics of my hair after wash/condition inside

posted 7 years ago in African-American
Post # 3
2550 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I just went back to straight but this was my daily routine:

Leave-In conditioner- I used Aubrey Organics Swimmers Conditioner

Hair Oil- Almond Oil in fall/winter.  Argan Oil Spring/Summer

I would mix the 2 together and put on my hair.  My hair was soft and had a ton of curls.  I tried all the regular styling products but I wanted to be as natural as possible.  Also I tried Miss Jessie and Mixed Girls and they weighed down my hair.

Now w/ my straightened hair, I am using a Argan Oil and a live in Shea Butter conditioner.  My stylist wants me to keep my routine since it helps keep my hair health.

Hope this helps:)

Post # 5
2550 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

@ericasdreamwedding: Yes, I permed it last month.  I needed a hair change up, so I went straight.  I was doing press n curl but I’m a workout fiend.  Once I get pregnant, it will be a press and curl. 

BTW- I’m known to radically change my hair on a whim.  I’ve had hair as short as an inch to as long as down my back.  For me, its just a change.  Now my stylist is natural and I love it.  Sometimes I’m wishing on a star to go back but he and I are loving my straight do. 

Post # 6
2539 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

im a weve queen my self but from your pictures you look like you have a pretty awesome grade of hair so what ever your doing seems to be working!

Post # 8
1577 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

For a conditioner, Say Yes to Cucumbers is good… so is Jessicurl’s weekly deep treatment.  I know you can get Say Yes to Cucumbers at Target, but I think Jessicurl is only available online..

I’m still trying to find the best shampoo for my hair… I don’t shampoo too often because it dries my hair out, but right now I’m using Carol’s Daughter’s Tui Shampoo.  It’s pretty good, but I feel like I can probably find something better.

ETA: I almost forgot.. I recently used SheaMoisture’s shampoo and it’s really good.  I like it much better than the Carol’s Daughter.

Post # 9
16 posts
  • Wedding: September 2011

i have no help for you, but i love your hair!  it’s beautiful 🙂


Post # 10
76 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

I use the Herbal Essence Totally Twisted Shampoo and it works pretty well. I’ve also used Olive Oil Brand Aloe Conditioning Shampoo and Panteene Relaxed and Natural Shampoo.

As far as conditioner, I use the Olive Oil Replenishing Conditioner and also Cantu Leave in Shea Conditioner. I’ve found Cantu products to be really great on my natural hair

Post # 12
2246 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

Shea Moisture is #1!!!

Post # 13
713 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

I’m natural, but I press my hair.

Shampoo: Relaxed and Natural by Pantene

Clarifying Shampoo: Quantum Clarifying Shampoo (at Sally’s)

Conditioner: LeKair’s Cholesterol Conditioner mixed with Suave’s Almond and Shea Butter Conditioner

Leave-in Conditioner: Cantu’s Shea Butter – LIFESAVER!

Oil: Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Post # 14
214 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I’m natural but usually keep my hair flat ironed. I use Mixed Chicks shampoo, conditioner and leave in conditioner. Then when I flat iron I use their Hair Silk.

My hair looks just like yours when it’s wet, and here it is when I straighten it usually once or twice a week.

Post # 15
103 posts
Blushing bee

my staple is hello hydration.

Post # 16
124 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

@ericasdreamwedding:  super late but I use the Shea moisture shampoo and conditioner, in the brown packaging. Or I will will shampoo and theme condition with a mix of yogurt and honey and do a black tea rinse

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