4 Products for Long Healthy Hair

Hey Dolls,

It’s your girl CeCe, and I’m here to chat all things self-care with you. You know, taking care of yourself is like nurturing a beautiful garden – it takes time and attention, but the results are totally worth it. Today, let’s dive into my personal hair-care rituals that are helping me on my journey to healthy hair.

Now, when it comes to self-care, there’s one thing I’ve learned – it’s all about getting to know yourself. For me, that means paying special attention to my scalp. Yep, you heard that right. I’ve got a little something resembling eczema on my scalp (I need to ask, Dr. Michelle, my dermatologist what it’s called again), but trust me, those big flaky sheets of dandruff are not the look I’m going for.

Scalp Care for Long Healthy Hair

To keep my scalp in check, I’ve got a routine down. First up, I use a combo of Head & Shoulders and Taraji P. Henson’s scalp products. It’s like a spa day for my scalp, and it’s been a game-changer. Then, it’s time for my hair. I’ve got this thing for Aphogee shampoo – it just gets my hair feeling clean and vibrant.

Finding The Right Style for Long Healthy Hair

Now, here’s the truth – I’ve always wanted long, healthy hair, but I also know my limits. My loose natural hair was a bit beyond my talents, so I decided to rock Sisterlocks. It’s a natural look that suits my skills, and I’m absolutely loving it. But, let me tell you, having long hair is a journey. Learning how to manage those tresses down my back has been an adventure in itself.

Learning How to Manage Long Hair

Little things make a big difference. I’ve discovered that separating my scalp washing from my hair washing is a game-changer. And washing my hair in sections? Yep, that’s a pro tip right there. As for in-shower conditioner, I’m on the hunt for my holy grail (if you’ve got recommendations, slide into my DMs).

How to Keep Your Natural Hair From Breaking

I’m all about misting my hair with a mix of Aphogee leave-in conditioner and water. Hydration is the name of the game, and I’m still figuring out my perfect balance. Right now, my hair usually gets a bit dry after a couple of days, but I’m determined to find that sweet spot.

So, there you have it – my weekly hair routine with four products that are a crucial part of my self-care journey. Remember, it’s all about knowing yourself, finding what works, and treating yourself like the doll you are. Stay tuned for more self-care chats, Dolls.

Sending you all the self-love and good vibes,

CeCe 💕

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