Vixen, invisible part, Havana, pretwisted, kinky curly, etc…as a fan of protective styling, you KNOW crochet braids are a definite style staple.
But how do you maintain your scalp and hair??
My cleansing and moisturizing regimen consists of two – yes two products – and I’m done in about 30 minutes.
Oh, and I seal my hair too, which is why my braid pattern is unique. I don’t sew anything down and it’s easy for me to reach the ends of my hair on crochet braid shampoo day. I believe in doing what works best for ME.
Watch this video to find out how I shampoo my hair while wearing crochet braids and get the scoop on my braid pattern:
You don’t have to sacrifice your hair care when you’re wearing a protective style. My hair is fine and type 4, so I can’t half-step…ever.
I hope this inspires you to do what works for you when it comes to your natural hair care, share this with a curlfriend so they can step their game up too 🙂
Micellar water is is made up of micelles (tiny balls of cleansing oil molecules) in soft water. The micelles attract the dirt and oil from your skin, cleansing without overdrying. With this one product you can remove makeup, cleanse and tone your skin, and if you don’t want to use artificial ingredients, Naturally Me and You is the place to go for an all-natural option.
Micellar water is pretty much magical; but it won’t remove waterproof or heavy makeup. My suggestion is to use your own gentle cleaner first, then follow with your micellar water to get the toning effects.