Tea Tree Oil

Major Keys in My Natural Hair Routine

I would be lying to you if I said that it was easy for me to figure out which products did and didn’t work in my hair. I would also be lying to you if I said that I didn’t spend more money then necessary on hair products. Because I have no reason to lie about these things I will just tell you about my favorite products that have been here through the relaxed to natural stages. These products have held it down even with all the free hair products I’ve received, the samples I have began to collect and the duds that I wish I could have received a refund on.

My G.O.A.T (Greatest of ALL Time) Hair Products


TRESemme Naturals Nourishing Moisture Shampoo

I have tried so many shampoos while on the road to natural and this is one of the only shampoos that didn’t leave my hair feeling stripped and dry.

ORS Curls Unleashed Acai and Banana Rinse Out Conditioner

TRESemme Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Leave-in Spray

What is heat damage? Honestly, I’ve been trying to avoid it like the black plague and this is sure to help with that. You can spray it on dry or wet hair before blow drying, flat ironing or styling however your heat desires.

Carols Daughter Hair Milk Styling Butter

This styling milk has become a staple products whenever I am rolling my hair, twisting my hair or trying to add a little moisture.

Eden Bodyworks Peppermint Tea Tree Hair Oil

I massage my scalp with it, I seal my hair with it, I enjoy the smell of it and it’s amazzzing.

Lottabody Shape Me Custard Gelee

Initially I despised this product, but after several failed twist outs and a nice amount of bouncy flexi-rod sets I began to see the good in the shape me custard gelee.

Lottabody Wrap Me Foaming Mousse

Lottabody has the best wrap mousse and setting lotion in the market. Period. Get on the winning team with Lottabody!

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Flexirods Saved My Life!

Okay.. so maybe I was being a bit dramatic with the title of this post but I just had to let it be known how much I love flexirods. They’re very affordable, come in varying sizes and can be used to create tons of different hairstyles. These things have become a saving grace while transitioning (my hair) from relaxed to natural.

I will admit that I am no expert at hair rolling, but YouTube sure has helped a great deal. There are tutorials on wet hair, dry hair, short hair, long hair and everything in between! Two of my favorite products to use when flexirodding my hair is Carol’s Daughters Hair Milk Styling Butter and Sunflower Megacare Tea Tree Oil. I use the styling butter on dry hair to help set my style and make sure my ends lay down around the rod.

Some things to remember while doing your hair is that practice makes perfect, and you can always turn a failed hairstyle into something great. I had to learn this for myself a few mornings before class. So if you’re looking to try flexirods for the first time – may the odds be ever in your favor! LOL

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