Currently, my favorite curly girls product!
Whether I'm at the mall, the pharmacy or even sitting in the freaking emergency room, people constantly stop me to ask questions about my hair. Most of the questions annoy the crap out of me: Is that your hair? Are you mixed? How did you make your hair grow?
But when it comes to questions about the products I use, I'm always ready to talk shop. I love discussing hair products for curly girls and I realized recently that I don't do that enough here at Georgia Mae. This summer I am going to test a number of different products and styling techniques and share the ups and downs of these little experiments here.
If you sport natural hair, please join the fun and share your on beauty secrets.
To kick things off, allow me to share my current regimen.
I used to swear by Garnier Fructis Anti-Humidity Smoothing Milk and Pantene Pro-V Restoratives Frizz Control Smoothing Balm, but eventually decided to try products more tailored to my hair type.
So far I've found that what works best is Mixed Chicks Leave-In Conditioner, which I comb through my hair while it's wet. I then apply Hair Milk by Carol's Daughter for extra frizz control. I use Tui Jojoba and Shea Butter Hair Sheen (also by Carol's Daughter) or Tea Tree Oil to treat my dry scalp.
I'm a fan of co-washing (washing your hair with conditioner) but I do shampoo my hair as well a few times a month. I shampoo with Tui Herbal Shampoo by Carol's Daughter followed by a deep conditioning with Tui Hair Smoothie.
The first product in my line of experiments will be Kinky Curly Curling Custard. Stay tuned for the verdict.
Meanwhile, tell us about the products you use on your natural tresses.