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Favorite Hair Products for Natural Hair

September 5th, 2012 No comments

The hair products that I have always come back to time and again.

Luster’s No Drip Activator & Moisturizer
LeKair’s Cholesterol conditioner
African Pride Braid Sheen Spray
Fruit of the Earth Aloe Vera Gel

IC Fantasia Gel with Sparklelites
Organics Carrot Oil moisturizer
Soft Sheen Carson Let’s Jam
Diane #1037 detangling brush

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Hair Products I Use on My Natural Hair

August 7th, 2012 No comments

Check the video for products I use on my natural hair while in extensions and while out and free.

I have linked the videos to the shea butter mixture, growth aid and moisturizer that I use. Please reference those videos for specific ingredients and how to make them.

Shampoos
Cowboy Magic Rosewater shampoo
Joico Clarify
Abba Detox

Conditioners
Cowboy Magic Rosewater Conditioner

Deep conditioners
Shescentit Banana Brulee (moisture)
Dudley’s DRC28 (protein)
Thermafuse Intensive Repair (mild protein)

Moisturizers
Shescentit Moisture Mist
Oyin Handmade Greg Juice
Homemade moisturizer

Sealants
Homemade shea butter blend
Oyin Handmade Whipped Pudding

Batana oil

Growth aids
Homemade growth aid
Emu oil

Disclaimer: All products contained within the video were purchased by me. I was not paid nor given any discounts or other incentives to post this video. I do videos for fun and to help others. Enjoy.

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Natural Hair Products

July 24th, 2012 No comments

products I use as a natural

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Part 2: My Natural Hair Products (Butters, Gels, & DC)

July 17th, 2012 No comments

Hair product vid is finally here!!! There are two parts.

Part 1: shampoos, conditioners, spritzers, and oils.

Part 2: Butters, gels, and deep conditioners.

Product Review Vids! Watch Here!!!

Miss Jessie’s Review

Curls Review

Carol’s Daughter
http://youtu.be/YjGbhMRfWzw

***Disclaimer***
I am in no way affiliated with the companies or music mentioned in this video. I purchased the products myself. I am not getting paid to do videos. This is a hobby.

Enjoy! Thanks for watching!

~LadyT?

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My natural curly hair routine with a simple quick hairstyle

April 20th, 2011 No comments

Check out my blog at www.farahjones.com…In this video I will be showing you my simple weekly hair routine. The products I used are:

Organix Coconut Milk shampoo (I wash once a week)
Kinky Curly Knot Today Conditioner
Kinky Curly Curling Custard (both are available at www.kinky-curly.com
leave-in hair moisurizer: 1/2 of 100% aloe vera juice and 1/2 pure vegatable glycerin (health food stores or online)
hair oil mixture: all natural jojoba oil, castor oil, and melted shea butter (health food stores or online)
denman brush (sally’s)
softee aloe vera activator gel (hair/beauty supply stores)
Goody hairbands (walmart)

Hope this helps you guys. Any questions just let me know and THANKS FOR WATCHING!

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Natural Hair Products: Shea Moisture System

March 15th, 2011 No comments

I finally went out and got the organic products that my mom had and this is a short review on them. I hope this vid helps those who are looking for some good natural hair products to use!

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WHOLE FOODS HAUL/ NATURAL HAIR PRODUCTS!

March 10th, 2011 No comments

shadylane2121http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/shadylane2121HowtoWHOLE FOODS HAUL, NATURAL HAIR PRODUCTS, NEW GROWTH, TEX LAX, RELAXER STRETCH, RELAXER, BRAIDS, RAW HONEY, TEA TREE OIL, ROSEMARY OIL, SPRAY BOTTLE, NEUTRAGENA, AUBREY ORGANICSWHOLE FOODS HAUL/ NATURAL HAIR PRODUCTS!

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Whole Foods Goodies Natural Hair & body products

February 28th, 2011 No comments

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A quick glimpse at some natural products I purchased and am interested in trying out.

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Coppola Keratin Complex Natural Keratin Smoothing Treatment 8oz

February 11th, 2010 No comments

Coppola Keratin Complex Natural Keratin Smoothing Treatment 8oz

TOOL & PRODUCT SET UP Keratin Complex Natural Keratin Smoothing Treatment by Coppola. 450 (230C) 1- 1 1/4 professional flat iron 450 (230C) 1/2 detailing flat iron (to be used for the hair line). Heat resistant combs Plastic cap Gloves Cape Clips Tint brush and bowls Paddle or vent brush Instructional DVD or Training Manual Keratin Complex Clarifying Shampoo Blow Dryer Extension cord Clean towels HELPFUL TIPS IRON TEMPERATURES Each client should be individually evaluated, i.e. if client has 75% or more highlights, hair that is chemically treated or damaged, iron should be set at 400. PRE-CONDITIONING BEFORE TREATMENT Pre-conditioning is meant to equalize the porosity in the hair, taking it to a healthier level.For hair that is extremely over-processed, damaged, ethnic and/or coiled/curly, shampoo and deep condition. Place client under dryer with Vanilla Bean Deep Conditioner for 20 minutes, rinse well and clarify once before treatment. SEMI-PERMANENT COLOR, PERMANENT COLOR/HIGHLIGHTS Clients who are getting permanent color or highlights on the same day as the treatment,remove the color with regular shampoo and then shampoo once with clarifying shampoo. Do not clarify if client has 70% or more highlights. TONERS OR DEMI-GLOSS Should be done at least 3-5 days after treatment, this will prevent color loss. STEP 1: PREPARATION Shake bottle well. Pour 2-3 oz into bowl and let sit for 10-15 minutes as client gets shampooed withClarifying Shampoo. Pour 2 ounces for shoulder length hair. Pour 3 ounces or more for longer hair. Do not pour solution back into the bottle after application is completed. Discard left-over product. CLARIFYING SHAMPOO should be used gently as follows: One light shampoo if client has 70% or more highlights. Two shampoos for single process color and 50% or less highlighted hair. Three shampoos for virgin, course, resistant or grey hair. Note: When color is being done on the same day as treatment, always remove

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why dont more people buy natural hair products? arent they meant to be the best for hair?

January 15th, 2010 No comments

is this true? im giving up all commercial shampoos and buying natural shampoos from america. why dont more people buy natural shampoos?

all you hear about is pantene, vo5, head and shoulders, herbal essences-no one seems to chat about natural hair shampoos such as tea tree anymore. doesnt anybody mind that their hair is getting slightly f**ked up by all the harsh ingredients?

i rarely see the natural ones and the few i have tried always have a nasty smell and dry out my hair. Shampoo isn’t bad for your hair just because it isn’t natural.