|This is my hair after a wash/ co-wash. It looks tough, but not
so bad with a little patience :-)
I use a wide-tooth comb to detangle my hair. It is best to only detangle your natural hair/transitioning hair when it is wet. This is to ensure that there is little to no breakage.
|Braid-Out: In this pic, I created two sections where my bang would be, 2 on the side, and 5 in the back
*Disclaimer: This post was written in 2011 when I was transitioning from relaxed to natural hair.You don't have to use all of the products I used, but the below methods are what worked for me at that time.
then massage it through your scalp and hair (focusing on your ends).
4. Apply a small amount of Softee Coconut Hair and Scalp Conditioner to your
5. Apply a small amount of Hawiian Silky 14 in 1 Miracle Worker throughout
the section that you are working on.
6. Braid the section in a single braid
7. Roll the end of the braid around your finger, and continue to roll the
braid up to your scalp.
8. Secure with a hair pin.
9. Let your hair air dry.
I will soon post a picture of my results.
Thanks for visiting :-)