My Effortless Minimalist Hair Care Method now and going into the future.
Today I am sharing my minimalist hair care method, which began with a wash-and-go styling—involving daily washing to infuse moisture into my hair strands. Then follow with mostly oiling my hair and styling in twists and braids. Furthermore, I will cover my hair in a headwrap style 80 to 90 percent of the time. Finally, to further understand my hair care routines, I am going into more detail.
Wash and Go – The beginning of my minimalist hair care method.
The primary reason I did a wash-and-go is for moisture retention. It’s all about training the hair to maintain moisture for an extended time. I recently did a video explaining the wash and go and why it was part of my hair care regimen.
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My wash and go method does not consist of gels and leave-in conditioners. Instead, I only use a conditioner that has very few ingredients in it but contains no oils. The primary purpose of the conditioner is for detangling and softening the hair. Moreover, I will always thoroughly rinse the conditioner from my hair. Then follow up with oiling my hair. I will perform this entire regimen daily. The best time to implement the wash-and-go is during the warm spring and summer months.
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Now let’s get into the following minimalist hair care method of oiling and styling my hair in twists or braids, including head wrapping.
Hair Oiling, Twists, Braids, and Head wrapping – Simplifying my hair routine for healthy hair growth.
Since I’ve done a thorough wash and go for a few months, my hair is now retaining moisture for an extended period. So now, it’s time for hair oiling, wearing my hair in two-strand twists and headwrapping.
Why hair oiling? – Hair oiling helps the hair retain moisture and softens our hair.
Two-strand twists and braids – aids in the prevention of water loss. Also, it minimizes knots and tangles, allowing easy styling and manipulation throughout the week.
Headwrapping – acts as a protective styling by protecting our hair from the environment, aiding in moisture retention, and as an accessory to your fashion style.
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My current Minimalist Hair Care Method now and going into the future.
I am using a simple holistic method that involves only a few items: water, a cleansing agent, oil, herbs, and headwraps.
- Water Based Moisturizing Herbal blend – to aid in moisture retention by washing my hair and spritzing at least twice a week.
- A cleansing agent – this would be a flower or herb. The purpose is for deep cleaning, which I will do one to two times per month. I will share more information on this in future blog post.
- Oils – primary purpose is moisture retention, for ease of hair detangling, softening my hair, and shine.
- Herbs – to be used to aid in scalp health and cleansing.
- Headwrapping – the purpose of headwrapping is for environmental protection and to complement my style of fashion.
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My goal is to remove shampoo and soap from my hair care regimen and use only herbs and oils for hair cleaning. Removing shampoo and soap from my hair routine is a part of my current hair care focus.
Shampoo and soap are not necessary for the maintenance of afro hair. In actuality, it is very drying. I am currently learning different hair care methods involving hair oiling, which I will share in a future blog post.
Do you have a minimalist hair care method? If so, please share in the comment section below.
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