Hello everyone, and welcome back to my blog. 

Over Easter weekend, I posted a boomerang to my Instagram stories showing my natural hair blown out. It received much love and a couple of questions about what products I use, so I decided to make a whole blog post about it.

I think I have type 4B/4C natural hair, which I still have not found the right hair type I have, but overall my hair is super kinky, coily, and curly, so I have to use certain products along with specific hair methods to make it flourish.

I made a prior blog post about my wash day routine (which you can check out right here) but didn't go into full detail about the products that I use, so in this post, I will explain why I like and use each product.


Okay, you all, let's start with the shampoo. At first, I didn't care about what shampoo I used as long as it just cleansed my scalp, but lately, I have been using the Jamaican Black Castor Oil Shampoo by SheaMoisture it changed my life. So Jamaican Black Castor Oil is said to thicken/strengthen your hair and help it grow, and my hair has grown a lot over the past year. 

When using this shampoo, I like to do with it because after I apply it to my scalp, I like to massage my scalp in circular motions because I hear that it can help promote hair growth. So if you are looking for a perfect shampoo, then I highly recommend this one.

Deep Conditioners

If you are not already, I highly recommend deep conditioning for all my curly girls. Deep Conditioning helps prevent damage and bring some moisture back to your hair. My favorite deep conditioners are the 100% Virgin Coconut Oil Rehydration Treatment Masque and the Yucca & Plantain Anti-Breakage Strengthening Masque. I usually do because, after shampoo, I will apply the deep conditioner while twisting my hair. I will usually let it sit for about ten minutes if I need to go faster or forty-five minutes if I have some time on my hands. The moisture comes right back to my hair, and upon rinsing, I can feel the softness.


I use conditioner to detangle my hair because the more curly your hair is, the more tangled it gets. I use the Aussie Moist Conditioner because it moisturizes my hair as well, and it's a huge bottle with a lot of conditioner in it for a relatively low price of around five dollars. Also, it has a little pump which makes it easier to use when washing. I'm just pointing out little details, but it matters when it comes to wash day.

Leave-In Conditioners

I use many different conditioners, but I like to use leave-in conditioners to help keep moisture in my hair during the day because my hair does dry out fast. I want to use the Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen & Restore Leave-In Conditioner by Shea Moisture because it just does wonders for my hair. After washing, I will use this leave-in conditioner to twist my hair or do any other protective style. It holds the moisture in for a solid three or four days before I have to apply some more for some rejuvenation. 

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Shampoo, deep conditioners, regular conditioners, and leave-in conditioners are usually used every week upon wash day. Still, there are a couple of products that I like but only use on occasion.

Manuka Honey & Yogurt Hydrate + Repair Protein Power Treatment by SheaMouisture

When my hair is extremely dry and damaged, I like to use a protein treatment to help bring back life to my hair. With that being said, I use and have only used the Manuka Honey & Yogurt Hydrate + Repair Protein Power Treatment by SheaMouisture. After I use this treatment, my hair feels super moisturized, but my curls are super defined. I want to try out other protein treatments, but I'm very content with this one.

Wash Day Wonder Pre-Cleanse Slip Detangler by DevaCurl 

Like I said above, my hair is super curly, so sometimes I opt to detangle my hair before I go into washing to part my hair more manageable. This detangler provides so much slip that it makes detangling so much easier. I usually will apply it to my strands and finger detangle as much as possible and then go in with shampoo and the rest of my routine.

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Well, that is all that I have for this post. I hope that I was able to recommend some new products to you. Comment down below your favorite hair care products.

Until Next Time,

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