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Senegalese Kinky Twists, Wash and Deep Condition Routine

Rachel Okoegwale

By Rachel Okoegwale Senegalese Kinky twists are my go to protective styles because of the natural looking effect I get when I wear them while protecting my delicate strands. I maintain them by washing them every three weeks to keep my hair’s health level on point. Now, when washing braids or kinky twists I really advice using a mixture that smells nice because whether you like it or not the kinky hair will retain some of the fragrance of whatever product you use and let’s not even talk about particles of your DIY mixture uuhhhhh !!! I personally do not recommend DIYs when deep...[Read more]

Should You Shampoo or No-poo your natural hair?

girl with shampooed natural hair

What does shampooing do? Shampooing the hair removes all sorts of buildup from your hair and scalp that would otherwise prevent your hair from being nourished to good health.  Buildup accumulates on the hair scalp and strands as a result of products that you put in it, dust particles from the environment and your own hair’s natural oil called sebum. When there is buildup on your hair strands, it creates a barrier and makes it difficult for water or any other product to be absorbed into the hair to moisturize and nourish it.   As a result, your hair strands are more prone to breakage. The...[Read more]

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