With September here and cooler weather on the way, fall will be here quicker than you know it. While we love the beauty trends and fall fashion season as much as the next girl, the colder seasons of the year can be particularly rough on our hair. Between the cold weather and fashion choices, if you’re not careful, your hair will suffer. So before we get too deep in the fall season, get your hair ready with these natural hair products.
Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen, Grow, & Restore Treatment Masque – One of the best ways to rejuvenate your hair is with a good deep condition. Whether it’s just day to day styling, dealing with the weather changes, or just lack of moisture, a deep conditioning treatment can help bring your hair back to life. This one is a favorite for dry, damaged hair as it works to nourish and strengthen your strands. Use this at least once a month during the fall and winter months! Your hair will thank you.
Alikay Naturals Blended Therapy Hot Oil Treatment – When you find yourself dealing with dull, lackluster hair–which is very common during the fall and winter–trying a hot oil treatment is a great way to revitalize your hair. And while hot oil treatments are nothing new to the conversation, with so many brands specifically creating product tailored to African American hair texture there are options that work much better than the ones we used to rely on. This one by Alikay Naturals is a blend of essential and plant oils that moisturizes, softens, and restores your hair. Definitely a winner in our book.
TGIN Butter Cream Daily Moisturizer – To get you through the cooler months ahead, you’ll need a daily moisturizer that you can depend on. Finding a good moisturizer for natural hair can be tricky because you want something that will hydrate without weighing the hair down which is a hard balance to master. TGIN’s Butter Cream Daily Moisturizer is one that gets the job done with a blend of shea butter, cocoa butter, and vitamin E which work together to moisturize and soften your hair. Even though it says daily, it’s thick so you shouldn’t have to apply more than a few times a week.