Learn Your Black Hair Products





With all the black hair products in the market today, it’s easy to become over-whelmed.

All natural hair products, African American hair products, Natural hair growth herbs, natural hair vitamins, to name a few.

So how can you know which is right for you?

There’s no right or wrong answer to this, because what works for me, may or may not work for you.

Learn Your Black Hair Products:

This is something that I can not stress enough. Learning to read the back of hair products isn’t enough unless you also know how those products will affect your hair. Do some testing, do some researching, do a few experiments.

The curls on your hair are yours. Learn about them and learn to love them!

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Aussie Hair Products


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Pantene Hair Products

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Carols Daughter


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Garnier Fructis




Click here for some tips on picking your African-American hair products!

I am a big fan of using the most natural products you can get your hands on.

Case in point, the only hair oil I use that I won’t wash out again, is peanut oil, because it’s a very light natural hair oil.

herbal essences

Thinking of trying Herbal Essences out? Think again!

Another very important part of natural hair care is learning to use the right hair tools, and what actually is the right hair tool.

Here you can learn about:

You should never feel pain while caring for you hair. NEVER, EVER, EVER. Not even when detangling!

Especially not when detangling because that means you’re literally ripping your hair out by the roots. And you wondered why your hair wasn’t growing.

Please keep in mind that there is no “MAGIC” product out there that will magically make your hair perfect or long.


Hair requires gentle TLC, patience, and know-how to grow long, strong, healthy, and HUGE!


There are products out there, like Biotin, that will help promote healthy hair growth, but in order to retain that length that you worked so hard on, you’ll definitely need to know how to properly care of those curls!

I hope you found this page helpful!



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