5 Must Haves for Natural Hair Beauties

5 must-haves for natural hair beauties | elle b styles

I’ve been natural for going on 6 years now, and it has definitely been a journey. I can’t even count all of the things I’ve tried throughout the years. Maintaining natural hair is a challenge, but since the big chop my hair feels so much healthier. After tons of trial and error, I’ve finally figured out some things that I love!


Carol’s Daughter Co-Wash | Wide Tooth Comb | Shea Moisture Curl & Shine Conditioner | Eden Body Works Coconut Shea Hair Mask | As I Am Leave-In Conditioner

What are some of your favorite products to use on your natural hair?

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    Nicole Kim The Blogger
    02.12.15 at 6:10 pm

    I’m totally with you on favs for natural haircare. Leave in Conditioner does wonders for manageability and sheen, once it dries. For me African Pride Hairdress is a must. My scalp needs the extra moisture because I wear scarves sometimes on my wiggy days. A Sister has to change it up. Good post! I’d actually like to try that As I Am.

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    Nicole Kim The Blogger
    02.12.15 at 6:10 pm

    I’m totally with you on favs for natural haircare. Leave in Conditioner does wonders for manageability and sheen, once it dries. For me African Pride Hairdress is a must. My scalp needs the extra moisture because I wear scarves sometimes on my wiggy days. A Sister has to change it up. Good post! I’d actually like to try that As I Am.

  • Reply
    Nicole Kim The Blogger
    02.12.15 at 6:10 pm

    I’m totally with you on favs for natural haircare. Leave in Conditioner does wonders for manageability and sheen, once it dries. For me African Pride Hairdress is a must. My scalp needs the extra moisture because I wear scarves sometimes on my wiggy days. A Sister has to change it up. Good post! I’d actually like to try that As I Am.

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    Me or Her
    02.25.15 at 8:27 pm

    Henna, coconut oil, and castor oil. I henna twice a month and use coconut oil before I do. Henna could be drying so the coconut oil definitely helps. Castor oil – I have been using this as part of a challenge. For conditioner, I mostly use whatever Shea Moisture is on sale. I do a deep conditioner every time I henna and use an apple cider vinegar rinse. This has greatly helped my hair. I have been natural for 12 years.

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      ellebstyles
      02.25.15 at 10:08 pm

      Love love love coconut oil! I haven’t tried henna or castor oil but I’m definitely going to try them.

  • Reply
    Me or Her
    02.25.15 at 8:27 pm

    Henna, coconut oil, and castor oil. I henna twice a month and use coconut oil before I do. Henna could be drying so the coconut oil definitely helps. Castor oil – I have been using this as part of a challenge. For conditioner, I mostly use whatever Shea Moisture is on sale. I do a deep conditioner every time I henna and use an apple cider vinegar rinse. This has greatly helped my hair. I have been natural for 12 years.

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      ellebstyles
      02.25.15 at 10:08 pm

      Love love love coconut oil! I haven’t tried henna or castor oil but I’m definitely going to try them.

  • Reply
    Me or Her
    02.25.15 at 8:27 pm

    Henna, coconut oil, and castor oil. I henna twice a month and use coconut oil before I do. Henna could be drying so the coconut oil definitely helps. Castor oil – I have been using this as part of a challenge. For conditioner, I mostly use whatever Shea Moisture is on sale. I do a deep conditioner every time I henna and use an apple cider vinegar rinse. This has greatly helped my hair. I have been natural for 12 years.

    • Reply
      ellebstyles
      02.25.15 at 10:08 pm

      Love love love coconut oil! I haven’t tried henna or castor oil but I’m definitely going to try them.

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