The weather is absolutely gorgeous at the moment (which is a rarity here in the UK).
Personally, I'm loving every minute of it and I'm soaking up the Vitamin D whilst it lasts.
The thing about spring weather is that it can be sporadic; one minute it's raining and the next it's boiling hot.
This can also cause problems for your, especially natural hair.
If you have a TWA and have recently gone natural you might be confused about how to manage your hair during this period of time. Don't fret though, today, you'll learn one effective tip that will enable you to look after your tresses.
#1. Condition daily. Co-washing is one of the most common buzz words in the natural hair community. It simply refers to washing your hair with conditioner rather than shampoo. You can co-wash as often or as little as you like, a bit of experimentation will give you an idea of how often to do it. To get the best results during the spring, co-wash with an organic shampoo for curly hair. In other words, use a conditioner that was made specifically for curly or afro hair textures and make sure it's free from harsh chemicals that strip your hair of its natural oils.
So that's it for today's tip. Stay tuned for part 2 of how to maintain your TWA during the spring.