Feeling like bloggers don’t really get your hair needs and you need to create your own hair care routine? I got you!

Here are 4 building blocks of creating an effective hair care routine.

Step ONE: Create a Pre-Cleansing Treatment  Before wash day, attack your problem area with a treatment. Treatments are generally created to target problem areas in isolation for a period of time (an hour – overnight). This is a great time, after you determine your hair goal, to research what ointments are around that will target your problem. e.g.Hot Oil Treatment with Castor Oil is effective if you suffer from psoriasis. 

Step TWO: Cleanse This part of the process allows you to wash away the dirt and grime from your hair and scalp. Tip: Pick shampoos or cleansers that align with your hair goal and a frequency that works with your lifestyle.

Step THREE: Nourish Straight after cleansing, while your hair is wet, introduce a step that will nourish your hair. e.g. Deep conditioning dry brittle hair with a conditioner + Castor Oil

Step FOUR: Targeted Treatment A combination of daily and weekly treatments help you target the areas that stop your hair from thriving. e.g. massaging Castor Oil on the hairline daily for 3 months. 

And there you have it, a full fledged diy hair care routine just for you. Remember to couple the routine with products that will align with your hair goals.

THIS A BIT MUCH? I totally understand … here’s something I prepared earlier: Hair Care Routines


Posted by:Aphro

I'm a hair consultant and blogger ... I exist to give my beautiful sisters strategies on attaining and maintaining the health of their hair.

One thought on “DIY: Create Your Own Hair Care Routine

  1. Thank u so much for the information I’ve gone short hair because of hairline loss but now I know where to get the product

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