♥ 82 ♥ “LAZY NATURAL” HAIR ROUTINE GREW OUR LONG 4C HAIR (DETAILED)- Simple monthly hair routine.

♥ 82 ♥ “LAZY NATURAL” HAIR ROUTINE GREW OUR LONG 4C HAIR (DETAILED)- Simple monthly hair routine.

I’m a self confessed “lazy natural”. I love big, healthy, natural hair, but a weekly 4 hour detangle?😩 Sorry, I’m not that girl.😆

Fortunately I found an easy monthly routine, where I get the big healthy hair I love, without the 8 hours per week commitment. I love that we only need to do it around 12 times per year.

In this video I show each step of the monthly hair routine we used to maintain maximum length retention.

If your hair seems to be stuck at a certain length or you’re looking for a no fuss routine, with this minimal products, then this simple routine may work for you too!

As always, I will be hanging out in the comment area, for a few hours after we go live, to answer any questions you my have.
Hope it helps!

Check out our other length retention journey videos:

♥80 ♥ HOW TO ROPE TWIST FOR LONG & TANGLE FREE HAIR – We used rope twists to grow long 4c hair.

♥ 81 ♥ HOW TO FLAT ROPE TWIST TO GROW AND PROTECT EDGES – flat rope twists helped regrow hairline.

♥ 77 ♥ HOW TO GROW LONG NATURAL 4c HAIR BY DOING 3 THINGS – Our EASY monthly natural hair routine.

♥ 79 ♥ INEXPENSIVE PRODUCTS TO GROW HEALTHY 4C HAIR – Products we use to grow long natural hair

Products we use:
George’s Aloe vera juice. 128oz I like this because it doesn’t need refrigeration.

Fruit of the earth Aloe vera 128 oz

Organic castor oil

Giovanni direct leave-in weightless Moisture conditioner
Small bottle to try out (2 fl oz)
3 pack (3x 8.5 fl oz)
1 liter bottle from massage warehouse

Alberto VO5 Moisture Milks Moisturizing Conditioner Strawberries & Cream 3pk deal

Pantene Truly natural Shampoo 12oz

SheaMoisture kids Mango & Carrot Extra Nourishing Shampoo

As I Am Coconut Cowash Cleansing Conditioner 16oz

Gold-n-Hot Professional Conditioning Heat Cap – This is the newer version of my one. I’ve been using the older model for 15 years and it’s still going strong. This newer model has mixed reviews, so let me know if you try it and like it.

Stitch unpick/ Seam ripper

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