This month marks my five year “Big Chop” anniversary, and I must say it’s been quite a journey getting to know my hair. Sometimes she agrees with me, most times she goes off on her own and does whatever she wants.
And since I recently got a hair cut, I usually do Bantu knots and take them out if I want to keep some volume in my hair.
So far, I have left the hot oil out of my hair regimen, because like most people, I did not read the instructions correctly the first time. Since I don’t own a dryer, I will wait for when I’m not feeling too cheap to pay $5 for a salon visit and share my hot oil experience with you 🙂
The oil is ideal for those who prefer to treat their hair before washing. You apply the oil into the hair, put a shower cap over it, and sit in the dryer for a few minutes. Afterward, you begin your washing routine.
I’ve never been one to show off the products I use or the way I keep my hair because I’ve never really seen having natural hair as anything out of the ordinary.
But I’m learning to open up more about my journey and experiences as I embrace and celebrate the fact that nothing about me is ordinary.
So there’s a little bit about my natural hair journey and the Eya Naturals love story. Do check out their products, and I would love to hear your experience 🙂
PS. Customers in the United States and Ghana, enjoy free shipping on all Eya Naturals products from Dziffa.com now until August 15th!