scr

Jenell from KinkyCurlyCoilyMe.com shares her tips on how to co-wash natural hair to keep it clean and moisturized.

As Jenell explains it, co-washing is washing your hair with conditioner only. Back in the day, naturals would wash their hair with conditioner to keep their hair clean without the drying effects of too much shampoo. Now, major companies are producing great cleansing conditioners, or co-washes, to cleanse and moisturize natural and curly hair.

0 Comments
I really need a video for shorter hair, and like 4a/4b
I believe some people believe that the ingredients that make shampoos, dish detergents, shower gels, etc. foam up are not actually the cleansing agents and that those ingredients are very strong on hair and skin (the "sulfates"). There are other things that can help cleanse and these are found in some conditioners and "low poos." Some ladies say to shampoo with a clarifier every 2-4 weeks instead.
I do not understand the concept of how *conditioner* can in any way CLEAN the hair? Shampoo & conditioner are 2 different products, designed for very different purposes. Conditioner is not a cleanser... it's meant to moisturize and, well, condition! Can someone please explain this to me? I currently use DevaCare's Low-Poo shampoo.
I love your curls! Was your hair this texture when you did your BC and if not, what helped you define your curls?
This isn't really a video on how to co-wash. It is a styling video about applying a leave-in conditioner, gel, and scrunchy for a puff and how maintain the style or keep the style longer. But it is a good video nonetheless.

Social