Thursday, 3 September 2015

Finghair Tips Thursday: Hair Care


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  1. just use black soap and call it a day

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    1. @Ore: Yes, so far it works for your hair.

      @Bukola: You and your new found love for mud wash sha, lol.

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    2. Dudu osun (Black soap) is my natural BFF!

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    3. Lmaoo best idea ever oo. Cus all this so called sulphate free. How sure are we

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  2. I stopped using shampoo that contains sulphate since 2013..first i was using Texture my Way. Then i discovered African Naturalistas product line. Im stucked forever with them.

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    1. Awww, we are screaming with happiness. Thanks very much. We blow a million kisses to you.

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  3. Yes I try to but if none is available my go to shampoo is Johnson baby shampoo.

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  4. Honestly, not all that much because my wash days are every 2 weeks. By the time I'm washing, if I've been good at daily moisturizing, then I have product buildup.

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    1. I also wash every 2 weeks, but that doesn't mean I use sulphate shampoo. A good sulphate free shampoo will still get rid of product build up. It is not the suplhate that gets rid of all the build up o.

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  5. Dudu osun works just fine for me.

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  6. Don't like dudu osun as i found the ph especially of the lemon in it,was causing my hair to dry out in the long run.I use suave professional shampoo,it contains sulphates(only one),but i wash my hair every 2-3 weeks and dilute the shampoo and only use it on my scalp,it works just fine.Might get a sulphate free in the future.

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    1. Yeah, Dudu Osun dries out a lot of people's hair. Please be careful with the sulphate. Sulphate free shampoos are readily available everywhere. You can get one here. http://africanaturalistas.com/ourstore/

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  7. I used sulfate free shampoo for my regular wash and use a sulfate one to clarify. That will be replaced by African black soap soon.

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  8. I shampoo once a month using sulfate free poo and cowash to refresh ( once a week or once in two weeks).

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  9. You can make your own african black soup shampoo. Easy. So u dont have to feel i secure

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