If you have the time, pre-pooing with a hot oil rather than just an detangler can really help to fortify and nourish your hair. In my series on DIY Hot Oil Treatments for hair I have come up with a special series of blends that cater to specific hair issues. You can ask any questions you have on hot oils in the comments box at the bottom of this page.
Although you would normally use hair butters at the very end of a wash routine, I decided to make this my second course because hair butters are the second easiest product to make after hot oils. I'm easing you into the hard stuff! lol. You can ask any questions you have on whipped butters in the comments box at the bottom of this page.
Clean hair and a clean, healthy scalp are important for hair growth. Shampoos are actually very easy to make. The vast majority of commercial shampoos are designed for Caucasian/Asian people with oily (or greasy) hair. For that reason, a dry haired girl like myself may very well benefit by going the DIY route.
All of my recipes are designed to be very conditioning and moisturizing. If you do have oily hair, I'll tell you how you can change the recipe to better suit your hair type.
IMHO, a good conditioner and a good moisturizer are the two most important products for length retention & healthy hair. This course helps you to understand ingredients that go into a conditioner and how to formulate a conditioner that fits your hair's needs specifically.
Given a moisturizer is used almost daily, some may actually classify this as being more important than a conditioner. Outside of wash day, I would tend to agree. This course introduces you to how ingredients can be combined to make an awesome moisturizer that keeps your hair softer for longer.
Your dry and tangled hair days are over! This course will give you all the latest information you need to get amazing detangled hair. It is packed full of knowledge and tips to keep your hair from being dry and frizzy, and the products I create with you will keep you tangle-free forever!