What products should I use for transitioning hair?
Shea Moisture Jojoba Oil & Ucuuba Butter Braid-Up Conditioning Gel.
What do you put on transitioning hair after washing it?
Pre-Poo Treatments You can use oils, conditioners, or pre-made treatments for this step. Since you’re dealing with two different textures, transitioning hair is more prone to tangles and knots. Doing a pre-poo will help you gently detangle and protect your hair from the stripping effects of your shampoo.
Is gel good for transitioning hair?
Contrary to popular belief, not all hair gels are bad for natural and transitioning hair. In addition to curl enhancement and frizz control, they can also act as a great layer to your healthy, curly hair product cocktail.
Can you Silk press transitioning hair?
“You can alternate protective styles like braids and weaves. You can also wear wigs. Another way is silk pressing (a process in which the hair is straightened with heat) — this option will keep your natural hair manageable throughout the transition process while looking like ‘yourself’ through the journey.
How to straighten natural or transitioning hair?
Separate your hair into three to four sections. Use either your fingers or a comb to separate your hair.
How to moisturize transitioning hair?
Qhemet Biologics Burdock Root Butter Cream.…
What to expect while transitioning to natural hair?
– When to trim your hair. Trim your ends as frequently or infrequently as you wish, according to your level of comfort and the health of your hair. – When to switch up products. Switch as often as you feel so inclined…or stick to your tried and true staples for as long as you wish. – When to do deep treatments. – When to chop.
How to detangle transitioning hair?
Detangling Tips. 1. Separate your hair into at least 4 sections (6 or 8 if your hair is really thick and/or long). 2. Take a generous amount of a cheap moisturizing conditioner (VO5, Suave, Herbal Essence, etc.) and work it through each section. Make sure you coat your roots (where tangles are typically the worse).