Natural Hair – Deep Conditioning With The Steamer!

 

Hey Ladies & Gents!

A few of you asked if I could go over how I used the hair steamer, so

here you go!

 


 

Most of the time when I deep condition, and wash my hair, my hair is twisted. But every now and then I like to change it up a bit.

This time I deep conditioned my hair while it was loose. I washed my hair as usual with Trader Joe’s Nourish Spa Shampoo, then coated my hair with Organic Root Stimulator Hair Mayonnaise and sat under the steamer for a total of 25min. Then I rinsed out the deep conditioner and detangled and styled as usual.

If I sit under the hooded dryer, the steps are pretty much the same, just the dryer is in place of the steamer, and I will cover my hair with a plastic cap. As always… let me know if you have any questions!!

 

LBN <3

Tags: , , , , ,

 

5 Comments

  1. Kathy says:

    hi, where did you get your steamer from? I have been looking for one, I go to the hair salon once a month for the hydration treatment.

    • luvbeinnatural luvbeinnatural says:

      Hey Kathy! I got my steamer online. I believe I looked on amazon.com and purchased one from there!

  2. Yvette says:

    how often do you steam your hair and how often do you wash your hair, I really don’t like to shampoo my hair, what kind of conditioner you use, i heard giovanni is very good for the hair. Is that conditioning for the hair.

    • luvbeinnatural luvbeinnatural says:

      I steam my hair maybe once or twice a week. The other times I sit under the hooded dryer or the heat therapy wrap. I do use shampoo in my hair, but each time I do, I do some kind of deep conditioning treatment after. I have used Giovanni and I liked it! I currently use Trader Joe’s Nourish and Spa. It’s similar to Giovanni as well.

  3. Kemi says:

    What deep conditioning products do you use?

Post a Comment