My Natural Hair Regimen

Natural hair products

I am always tweaking my natural hair regimen to ensure that products and techniques help keep my hair as healthy as possible. If you have seen some of my features on natural hair blogs, know that at that moment it was my regimen. I will keep my most current regimen here.

Day 1
Day 2-4
Day 5
  • Cowash using DevaCurl No-Poo Decadence Zero Lather Ultra Moisturizing Milk Cleanser
  • Detangle with Tangle Teezer
  • Moisturize with TGIN Green Tea Super Moist Leave In Conditioner and seal with Jamaican Mango & Lime Black Castor Oil
  • Two-strand twist and bantu knot hair (I have between 12-16 twist/ bantu knots) OR
  • Wash n’ go using TGIN Curl Bomb Moisturizing Styling Gel or The Doux Mousse Def Texture Foam (still haven’t decided which one I like better for wash n’ gos)
Day 6-8
  • Style my hair, as desired
    • For sets (roller sets, perm rod sets, flexi rod sets), I use Jane Carter Wrap & Roll
    • For twists, braids, and bunning, I use Jane Carter Incredible Curls Cream
  • Day 9 repeats the cycle
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  1. Very nice! Does your regimen tend to change for the colder months or is this your main regimen throughout the year? I just picked up Giovanni leave-in and I absolutely love it!

    1. Hey Christina, not really. I do more stretched hairstyles in the winter though because there's no humidity to cause any frizz. And yes! I love that leave-in. My hair is always soft when I use it.

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  3. Thanks for sharing this post. I have a similar hair routine although I don't like long wash days as it is time consuming. How long do you need for a long wash day?


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    1. Two hours start to finish. Sometimes an hour and a half if I'm fast.

  4. This is Awesome Thank You For Sharing Your Regimen With Us!! <3 #BlackQueenMagic #Werq

  5. You are amazing for putting this together with so many helpful details. I'll probably be back several times to reread this. Thanks for sharing. :)