First of all, you need to wash your hair well using a shampoo that is made for natural hair or if you are going to use a shampoo that is made for medicated hair then try to use a shampoo with conditioner. This will help your hair to be soft and prevent it from drying out after washing.
– The second is to oil your hair, make your hair attractive by applying water oils such as coconut oil, olive oil, jojoba oil or castor oil because these oils soften the scalp, make hair grow well and prevent dandruff. Colostrum causes dandruff on natural hair very easily unlike medicated hair.
-Also don’t forget to steam your hair twice a month, use steaming products for natural hair or do egg steaming, it is very good for nourishing natural hair. Example; Wash your hair with shampoo, then stir the egg and apply it on the scalp, wear a plastic cap for 45 minutes, then wash well. Don’t forget to download our Application by clicking on this word, you will be supporting us a lot
-Another thing is to comb your hair well, African hair that has not been treated has a curling nature or else it is peppery so it often gets tangled, so when combing you have to be careful not to cut it, use a comb that is wide and make sure you apply hair lotion (hair moisturizer / pink lotion) on the hair and oil then start combing slowly. When sleeping try to braid and wear a hat so that the hair does not get tangled or tangled.