We all have different hair types. It depends which interpretation you use,
but refer to the chart below for guidance:
Moisturising natural hair is the main thing you need to worry about when transitioning. The difference between the thick coils and the straight relaxed hair has a lot of tension which means your hair is likely to break. This is called the line of demarcation and holds a lot of problems for people like me that are transitioning. By trimming you hair regularly and moisturising it with these core products you can minimise any damage!
Raw Shea Butter -
blend or melt to apply to hair because it is very stiff!
Almond Oil -
or any oil that has natural protein
Castor Oil -
smells awful but is amazing for growth. Use it sparingly because it is very heavy. I only use it on my edges, but you can also use it on problem areas of the skin
Shea Butter Leave In Conditioner -
use after shampooing on towel dried hair or for use during styling
TRESemmé Shampoo and Conditioner -
Tresemmé products are often underrated but I find that the shampoo and conditioner leave my hair really soft and easy to comb out.
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