Are you ready to rock your African natural hair this year but need a little help? Perfect! It’s not as hard as you think. First, identify a hair stylist who has experience with African-descent hair to guide you through this process. Moisture is everything but how do you achieve it without using chemicals? In this case, less is more, particularly when it comes to shampooing, which can dry out your locks. Be sure to use a good crème conditioner and coconut oil regularly. Also, get a good haircut and keep it fresh and healthy with frequent clean-ups. Finally, cover up that ‘do at night! A nice silk or satin scarf will help your hair to retain much-needed moisture.

Also, read The Magic Of Coconut Oil For Hair!

Key Takeaways:

  • Keep your natural hair moist by limiting shampoos and adding a leave-in conditioner or oil to your routine.
  • Consult with a professional to understand your natural hair type and trim any relaxed hair.
  • Protect your strands from breakage with scarfs, protective styles, and heat protectants.

“These resolutions will help your year and your hair get off to a great start”

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