History of Natural Hair and How it Reflects Black History
My Path to Happy Curls
By: JunyJu ( 3b, 3c ) | 1.31.17
1. Shampoo with a sulfate-free shampoo: I'm completely CG devoted, so I stick to sulfate-free shampoos. I am currently using the One N' Only Island Essentials Awapuhi Shampoo (found solely at Sally's)! This shampoo is unbelievably moisturizing, and after using this alone, my curls POP!
Deep condition! I use the Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Hair Masque paired with the Cantu Super Shine Hair Silk (which is an oil that smells uh-MAY-zing!). Both work together beautifully to make
Style! I then section my hair into two sides, and (in order) apply my conditioner - the Island Essentials Awapuhi Conditioner, my leave-in - the Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Leave-In, and then my gel - the As I Am Curling Jelly.
After that, I scrunch with a clean t-shirt to remove excess product and water, and let my hair air dry to about 80% dry, then diffuse for soft, fluffy, defined curls!
I don't have those pik skills, so I just shake my hair until I get my desired volume.