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One of the great things about having loc'd natural hair is that it is super low maintenance. There's no combing or brushing required. Wash day can be a bit of a struggle. It's easier now that I have shorter hair. Curling (my style of choice) is the hardest part but once the curls are in there's not much I have to do to it.
My one hair care goal is to keep my hair moisturized at all times. Dryness does become an issue but I can solve that problem in 4 easy steps.
Step 1: Wash with a moisturizing shampoo.
I use Pantene because it's always worked great for my hair. It's conveniently located at Walmart and I'm there a lot so I can always find it. I've been using Pantene's Daily Moisture Renewal with moisture silk complex because it locks in moisture very well from root to tip.
Step 2: Always follow up with conditioner.Pantene's conditioner leaves my hair soft and strong against damage. Pantene Daily Moisture Renewal erases the damage of 100 blow dries. Good to know since I use the dryer a lot as it can take up to 24 hours for my hair to completely dry. The shampoo and conditioner work together to make hair 2x stronger than shampoo alone.
I'm a minimalist when it comes to hair products. I like to keep it very basic so I make my own leave-in conditioner. I mix distilled water with a dollop of conditioner and a tsp. of coconut oil in a spray bottle. Shake it up and spray when needed.
Step 4: Sleep in a bonnet.Sleeping in a bonnet has a duo purpose. If I use the leave-in conditioner before bed, the conditioner soaks in and softens my hair overnight. The bonnet also keeps the oils from being absorbed by my pillow and causing a dryness problem all over again.
Do you use Pantene? How do you add moisture to your hair?