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10 Hair Tools Every Natural (Regardless of Hair Type) Should Have

• Jul 5, 2012

By Christina of The Mane Objective

Whether relaxed bone straight, 137% natural, transitioning, texturized, kinky, curly, colored or cut, there are some supplies every woman should have in her haircare arsenal. The great news? None of the tools cost over 3 bucks (if you do it the right way). Oh, now you’re excited! Read on…

10. Tattered Rags

Whether they be old towels you bleached to kingdom come that one time on accident, or old faded t-shirts from an ex, having cloths you don’t care about are beneficial to any regimen. From drying hair post-shampoo, to protecting your sink/floor during a messy henna treatment, these tattered rags come in super handy — because you don’t care if they get dirty or discolored.

9. Plastic Caps/Grocery Bags

Clear plastic caps are great for protecting a style in the shower, and holding in moisture for a deep or overnight conditioning. They are usually no more than $2 a pack, and hold up pretty well. Cool bonus: recycle your plastic grocery bags! They work just the same as plastic caps, if not better. Just pile your hair in, use the handles to tie the bag closed,  and ta-da!

8. Butterfly Clamps/Clips

These clips are a lifesaver when its time to detangle, separate, or style hair. They’re cheap (around $4 bucks for a 12 pack on Amazon), easy to use, and easy to clean.

7. Banana Clip

Super throwback, right? I have recently fallen in love with this hair blast from the past all over again. The banana clip has officially replaced my scrunchie for buns, ponytails, and other styles. They are easy to use, secure hair well without tension, and are incredibly versatile. Cop yours at Wal-Mart for $3 for a 3-pack or on Amazon.

6. Applicator Bottle

Sure, you could use it for its original intended purpose; mixing and applying hair color. It’s also a great tool for moisturizing your scalp. If you tend to get heavy handed with the oils like me, a narrow tipped applicator bottle will become your saving grace. It allows for precise application of oils to your scalp or hair, which is a bonus while rocking a straightened style (bye bye greasies). Just remember: the harder you squeeze the bottle, the more your product comes out!

5. Spray Bottle

Cue the soul glow! Nah, I’m kidding. Sometimes, products come in packages that are more of a pain than purposeful (like Infusium 23 Repair & Renew Leave-In). Or maybe you want to moisten your hair with water, without dunking your head in the sink. Or maybe you think a certain product is too thick, and you need a way to water it down and disseminate it evenly throughout your hair. All of the above and more are great uses for the spray bottle. Grab yours at Sally’s, Target (in the travel sized bottle section) or on Amazon for a few pennies over $1.

4. Bobby Pins

You can never, ever, EVER have too many bobby pins. Large, small, colored or not, these little fellas are a life saver. From faux hawk sculpting, to bun securing or just keeping my growing out bangs in place, bobby pins add dimension and variety to any style. I am known to have bobby pin stashes in my house, car, work bag, gym bag, and purse if I am carrying one (I hate purses… especially big ones. All they do is allow you to carry around unnecessary junk. Tell me I’m lying!). But the point is, bobby pins are incredibly useful and multifaceted.

3. Wide Tooth Comb

Once your hair reaches an inch long, a wide tooth comb becomes somewhat of a staple in your arsenal. I know, most short hair ladies use rat tail or fine tooth combs. I’m not knocking you if you do but, how much of your hair ends up in the sink? At least use a wide tooth comb to prep your hair for whatever you’re doing…before reaching for that denman or rat tail comb. Right now, I’m rolling with my Target special aka Conair wide tooth comb that hit me for around $3. Amazon has $3 wide tooth combs also.

2. Satin Scarf/Bonnet

Do I really need to explain why sleeping on anything less than satin is a bad idea? Didn’t think so.

And theeeee most important tool of all.….…. Drumroll, please!

1. A Hair Journal

Huh? What? How is this #1? Let me explain. If you’re anything like me, you can’t remember what you wore to work yesterday.…let alone what combination of products and procedures you used on your hair last week. So keep a journal. Put an app like colornote on your phone, keep a literal journal, or heck, keep a blog! This blog is just as much for me as it is y’all. The point is for you to record what products your hair loved, hated, and everything in between. No need in making the same mistake twice, or forgetting how to do that dope style from two Mondays ago.

Are there any tools you can’t live without?

About Christina Patrice

Born, raised, and living in Los Angeles, Christina is BGLH's resident transitioning expert and product junkie. In addition to loving all things hair, she is a fitness novice and advocate of wearing sandals year-round. For more information on transitioning, natural hair, and her own hair journey, visit maneobjective.com. Or, if you like pictures follow Christina on Instagram @maneobjective.

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Keisha's Friend

How do you become a style icon????????

Jc
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I think you should email blackgirllonghair@gmail.com with style icon as the subject

Bernadette
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This list pretty much sums up my tool belt!
I used to use spray and applicator bottles, but have since abandoned those. I could never really get hip to using them.

Another tool I would add to the list are my hair SCISSORS!! I take those bad boys everywhere when I’m doing my hair — in the shower, detangling sessions, and on the couch when twisting up my hair.

Zara
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Zara

+1 on the hair scissors! Mine go everywhere as well.

Leslie
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Leslie

A camera is a must, and 2 mirrors. Need to see what’s happening in the back. I didn’t realise how important a journal was until i started using one.

luvmylocs
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luvmylocs

you’re right about the camera and the mirrors. i started locs again in nov, this time sisterlocks and i’ve really enjoyed taking pics of my progress. i record what products i like. i’ve written a couple of essays for my personal records but the photojournal with my sisterlocks has been really fun for me.

Curly Hair Extensions
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I think so, and I think you can write a more detailed article, I will follow you!

Alice
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I would like to add a good mirror and a pair of hair scissors/shears to this list! I think the mirror is obvious (admire your awesome self!) but the scissors are essential because they keep me from ripping stubborn knots out! Now I can just cut the offending ball 🙂

Alice
Alice in Nappyland

Camille
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Camille

I used to use butterfly clips, but they break too quickly. I like the croc clips from Sallys. They hold more hair more securely. They cost more but you don’t have to replace them as often.

Inf
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Inf

Everything on the list plus what the ladies before me have stated. I use my phone for the camera and journal. I’d add headbands or scarves…some days your hair just won’t act right. They may not be necessary for styling or detangling…but a cute headband or a scarf twisted in the right way might keep you from grabbing the clippers and shaving your hair off!!!

LM
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LM

Amen to that! lol

Faye
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I have started an online journal on Pinterest! http://pinterest.com/thatnydymepiece/my-hair-journey/ This way, I know how to style my hair and what I have done! I need to start adding dates to the styles tho…

J
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J

It isn’t a tool but more of a mindset : PATIENCE. 🙂 My other one is a cute headband.

Jordan
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I kinda sorta agree with everything here. I wouldn’t say I have a “hair journal” per se. When it comes to styles I like online, I like the webpage && have a hair folder. As for YouTube I have liked tooo many videos that are favorited && for myself I just take pics & store them.

Bobby Pins OMG. you can never have enough of them!!

Roger THAT
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Roger THAT

OK, I am MAD at Snoops purse. lol

Inf
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Inf

I was soooo hoping he was holding that for his wife…or whomever and got caught by a camera.

I can see him with a bonnet though…lol. He’s nutz enough to do it.

Annie L.
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Annie L.

Now you know that’s his murse 🙂

Lorraine
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Lorraine

You’re just mad at the purse? I’m mad at the whole image. Lol.

AnonyChick
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AnonyChick

A journal though? Really?? Naturals are doing way too much. It’s not that serious. o_O

Inf
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Inf

Yeah… why not? Some people need to record things to remember. It’s a great way to keep track of what product combinations work best together. Don’t knock it til you try it.

Annie L.
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Annie L.

People keep food journals to track nutrition gains and fitness journals to track weight, and even journal their menstrual cycles all in the name of conscientious living.

Why not a journal to track the health of your hair too; how it responds to product and styling and how best to spend your hard-earned money?

BeautyIAM
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BeautyIAM

I like your examples. I agree that a hair journal could be beneficial for many because you can keep track of what you’re doing.

Why is that a difficult concept to understand Anoychick?

LBell
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LBell

Co-sign. Journals are an especially good idea for naturals who are just getting started on the road to salon independence. I think photo journals are good as well for documenting particular styles as well as INFREQUENT length checks (every 6 months to a year IMO; YMMV).

Once you get the hang of your hair, journaling becomes less important IMO.

AfroKisses
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AfroKisses

I never really thought of it as a journal but I have basically kept one. I love looking back and revisiting styles that I’d never be able to recreate otherwise!

B
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B

I actually use the Goody Ouchless barrette instead the the butterfly clips, they are easier to use and it doesnt tangle or trap my hair in the teeth! And Walgreens recently had them buy 2 for $2 with a $2 dollar register reward = free!

Inf
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Inf

I love them…just bought my first one the other day. I like that it holds secure, but you feel absolutely no pulling or tension. I need more colors and sizes immediately!!!! I

B
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B

Exactly!!

SanJai
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SanJai

I’ve purchased about 3 different spray bottles and they all suck!! They “spray” in a straight line dribbling all over the place. I need one that actually sprays…any recommendations?

Pecanprincess southernstyle
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Pecanprincess southernstyle

I got mine from the 99 cent store…it works really well…try there…

Inf
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Inf

Targets dollar bin spray bottle is interesting and may be what you want. The bottle is curved and the sprayer is angled. I haven’t had the drippling thing happen yet. Sally’s is always a good place to try stuff out. Buy a few different types, keep the receipt and take back what you don’t like.

Inf
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Inf

ohh.…maybe try closing the knob on the spray, or opening it more…that may help the way its spraying

B
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B

C0-signing on Targets spray bottle, its angle so it fits comfortable in your hair and it sprays not drips.

mangomadness
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mangomadness

I got a really nice spray bottle from Dollar Tree. It’s conical in shape and sprays a fine mist.

skateness
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skateness

Try a spray bottle with a round twist nozzle cap that you can loosen and tighten. Its important to have a sprayer with a nice forceful mist spray. Its also good to have that straight stream sprayer when you want to get oil/water mixtures directly to the scalp. I keep both types of spray bottles handy for my wash and go and moisturizing needs.

BeautyIAM
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BeautyIAM

I almost have all the things listed. The most helpful was the bottle applicator. I’ve had it for a few months. I love how easy it is to apply my oil mixture on my scalp and hair. I had a hair journal a few year back but eventually stopped writing in it. I’m good at keeping a mental not of what works on my hair and what doesn’t because I’m a minimalist when it comes to the products I use. I just also want to add that their is nothing wrong with doing something that others don’t do or using… Read more »

Eboni
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Eboni

The ONE thing I really don’t do enough of is document my hair journey. I took a few pics here or there within my first year being natural. However I said to myself after 2 years of slacking, I need to get it together and get creative w/documenting my journey, lol. Plus I definitely want to start doing product reviews.

Hmmm…I feel a blog idea emerging 😛

beenawink
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beenawink

I’ve really been slack with recording my journey too. Well, not slack, just plain negligent! I reaaly need to get back on track with that. After all, we look at others’ blogs and videos. Someone will be inspired by you as well.

Vonnie
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Vonnie

Don’t forget the Goody Ouchless hair bands!!

Pecanprincess southernstyle
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Pecanprincess southernstyle

Ummmmmm whats a banana clip? Yo no se 🙁

Inf
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Inf

google banana clip for a picture…but it’s literally a curved plastic that opens with small combs…kinda like teeth. It was crazy popular at one time…and apparently coming back for some. It’s just another type of barrett. hth!

Pecanprincess southernstyle
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Pecanprincess southernstyle

Google!!!! Ugh, how did i forget about ol trusty??? Lol…thx! Gosh i havent seen one of those in forever!

BlackOnyx03
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BlackOnyx03

This is a good list, but this is full of basics that I think nearly every natural knows. When this idea was suggested in another thread (the one with the natural hair icon who did like 5(?) quick styles in less than 10 mins), I was thinking it’d be more along the lines of the clip that was featured in that video. In other words, I’d like to see a feature on some hair accessories that most people might not have, but could come in super handy if only you were inspired to know what to do with them. Can… Read more »

Ogo
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Ogo

Cosign.

Great idea. I think that would be a great follow-up.

Ms.Vixin
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I can’t with bobby pins. I was never big on styling my relaxed hair, and now that it’s natural, it’s still really new and I haven’t gotten used to manipulating it well. My go to style (really my only style outside of TWA) is my frowhawk. I couldn’t get bobby pins to work for me, but I fell in love with hair combs and am surprised I haven’t seen them mentioned yet. I use three on each side for my frohawk and they work everytime. LOVE LOVE LOVE them!

Adriene
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Adriene

Let’s see:

10. Well, some of my towels are a little tattered. Does that count?
9. Rarely, rarely use them for that, but I do have grocery bags.
8. Check.
7. Have never been able to fit my hair in a banana clip and have broken them trying. Not useful.
6. Don’t oil my scalp, so no.
5. Check
4. Bobby pins rip my hair out. I use old fashioned hairpins. I buy the nice sturdy ones from amish suppliers.
3. Yikes! I’d be bald. Fingers only. Sometimes a Denman just for the very ends of my hair.
2. Don’t use it.
1. Don’t feel the need for it.

Karen
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Karen

So you use a spray bottle and butterfly clips…thats the sound of BGLH clapping in sarcasism you hear.…LMAO!

mangomadness
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mangomadness

I use a lot of tools from this list — 1 (hair journal; to keep track to hair care methods and styles), 2 (satin bonnet & satin scarf; to preserve styles and protect hair), 4 (bobby pins; for buns and updos), 5 (spray bottle; for re-wetting hair), 6 (applicator bottle; for cleansing my scalp with diluted shampoo), 9 (plastic caps; for conditioning) and 10 (black cotton t-shirt; for blotting excess water from hair after cleansing/conditioning). Here are some other hair tools I love: –Large hand-held mirror: I use this to look at my hair from all angles during and after… Read more »

Ms.Vixin
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aaahhh knee highs are genius lol. I’ve been trying to figure out what to use to do a pull back outside of the good ol goody headband or hitting up a fabric store. Thanks for the idea!!

faren
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faren

Interesting. I only use three of the 10 on this list. Wide-tooth comb, bobby pins and satin scarf; and my hair is past BSL, nearing waist length.

I think simplicity is key. Once my hair got long enough I stopped using clamps in the shower. Now I just keep my hair divided by tying it onto itself.

Spray bottle, applicator bottle hair journal?…why? I suppose they make hair maintenance less cumbersome but not to the point that we “should” have them.

Shawanda @ You Have More Than You Think
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Putting a satin cap on my head when I get home feels as good as taking my bra off. I start panicking if I can’t find it before it’s time to go to bed.

A.C
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A.C

Lol True!! Me too

Pecanprincess southernstyle
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Pecanprincess southernstyle

Lol +2!!!!!!!

A.C
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A.C

Big Satin scrunchies are good to have for long natural hair. They are great for pineappling the hair at night.

*Muffin*
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*Muffin*

I concur :). I would also add to the list fashionable scarves and hair pieces. Really saves your style on bad hair days.

sunshyne84
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sunshyne84

lol @ grocery bags

Michelle @Radiant Brown Beauty
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I have all of these 🙂 Even the hair journal which I haven’t written in in forever. I am doing video tracking of some things lately so I’m still keeping track.

Michelle @Radiant Brown Beauty
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Oh you should also add some Goody Flex Barrettes and stretch bands to this list. These things are invaluable when your hair starts acting the donkey

Trini
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Trini

Because I am a natural archivist (read OCD lol), I created a folder in Word that’s dedicated to natural hair with photos and tips gleaned from various Internet sources. In that folder there’s a Word document that’s currently 60+ pages. I note everything that I’ve done to my hair and the results. It’s not updated daily, but rather a few times during the week. It may seem tedious to some, but it’s saved me from repeating past mistakes by avoiding certain product combinations for example. While there might be an “app” for that, I prefer this type of journaling.

Joan B. in S.C.
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Joan B. in S.C.

Someone mentioned an app on another postings, but never followed up when I and several others asked about the name of the app. So I have continued to keep writing in a small spiral notebook. Using a Word doc sounds nice though. Adding photos would be much easier also.

And you are so correct about using the journal to not repeat your mistakes. I have notes on who not to go to for my twists anymore along with what hair products I didn’t like and gave away.

Jazz
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Jazz

If you have an Apple product, there is an app called Penzu. It’s free and it allows you to post pictures.

At_East
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At_East

If you have Windows then OneNote is a great idea it’s like a binder/notebook on your laptop you can create different sections and subsections with titles, include links, pictures, screen clippings, etc.

I would use it to keep track of products I had tried or wanted to try, as well as reviews.

nelle
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nelle

I love this list. I don’t use bobby pins anymore, I had a hair-travesty where my hair laughed heartily at bobby pins when I was doing the protective style challenge… Someone on BGLH’s forum suggested I use the curler pins, they are longer and stronger. If your hair is really thick substitute bobby pins for those roller/curler pins.

gracie
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gracie

A little plastic sieve/filter thing in the plug hole to stop all my hair blocking up the drain every time I wash or comb. Seriously that is the tool that changed my hair life. Before that, all the hair everywhere was one of the reasons that I couldn’t bear to grow my hair long.

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Bernadette
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I would 2nd the hair stopper!!! I don’t know how I lasted a year and a half without it.

Natalie
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Natalie

My hands are my most important hair tool, plus hair pins, ouchless hair bands and hair clamps for up does and hair sectioning.

Tiffany
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Tiffany

Boo-boo on the hair journal — I think we all should be past spending time obsessing over hair. You don’t need to track progress in a journal to tell if your hair is well taken care of.

I can’t find my hair stopper thingy…*sad face

Andrea
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But you’re on a blog about hair which is basically an online journal, no????

Shatavia
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Shatavia

The purpose isn’t to tell whether or not your hair is well taken care of; its more so of a reminder of what works and what doesn’t work. I currently have tracks, but when I take them out I’m not going to remember exactly what combination of products I used on my hair. I do remember that whatever I did I wasn’t that impressed with. Unfortunately I don’t keep a hair journal.

Sunshine Syl
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Sunshine Syl

I love most of the items on the list; however, I haven’t found a good quality banna clip (especially like the one in the picture), my hair is too thick for the knock offs that I’ve come across recently. I cannot & will not mess w/hair without my Tangle Teaser! My LO acts like I’m torturing him w/o it (I’m sure outsiders think I really am) & it just makes life a lot easier in my house. I was recently approached by two families in a matter of 10 days (one Mexican & the other Russian/Ukrainian) asking for haircare tips… Read more »

Staci
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I am adopting 12 and 6 year old sisters from Ethiopia. I am not a total stranger to natural hair care as for two years I’ve been caring for my son’s natural hair (at longest 8 or 9 inches) but his hair was buzzed by my husband recently and I need to step up my game for my daughters. I feel very skilled and creative with it comes to styling but keeping the hair healthy and having a routine I know I need to learn more. this post is great as are the comments. Thanks for sharing and I wish… Read more »

LaKitaC
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LaKitaC

I have ALL the products listed.….my main fail is the hair journal. I MUST START ONE ASAP!!!! Myjourney started in 04 and I’ve have no help. I’ve just start researching after my daughters and I went curly. NOW I LOVE MY CURLY HAIR. I’ve got to get comfortable with scissors though. I LOVE THIS SITE!!!!
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wycinna
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wycinna

I love this website because it is interesting to see how much all of the naturalistas are dedicating to healthy hair… I’ve been natural since 99. Cut it off, love, cut off again, and now letting it grow. My hair is healthy but I probably do none of this stuff (but I’m not knocking the ppl who do… Let me see… 10. tattered rag- don’t use… I dry my hair with a good ole towel 9. Plastic cap- I use it, but it is not a must… 8. butterfly clips- no, but I use those goody hair bands and to… Read more »

Aleshia
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Aleshia

towels are really bad to dry your hair with because the little fuzzies that stick out on the towel rub against your hair shaft and create frizz. Try using an old t-shirt.. the cotton is very soft and super absorbent. 😀

Amythewaterbender
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Amythewaterbender

You are awesome!! Thanx a bunch for the tips!! I’m new to the natural game so every tip helps!! 🙂

DeAndrea Muhammad
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Great Read and very useful tips sis. I have been using some of these out myself recently. Esp. the wide tooth combs and spray bottles. Check my progress at: http://originalbeauty7.blogspot.com/
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Aleshia
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I would add an old t-shirt to the list to dry your hair with. Towels are really bad for curly hair, as the fuzzy fibres on the towel catch your hair and rub against your hair shaft which causes a lot of frizzies and flyaways. Since I’ve stopped using towels my hair is a lot less frizzy! Cotton t-shirts are also really absorbent and soft, which is great for us curly girlies

Thabang
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As a dog trainer, I would not recmeomnd the use of choke chain on a small and frightened shiba like yours. And by the way, if you tend to hold the lash on its left like in the first photos, the choke chain is incorrectly wore.

Tabatha
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Tabatha

I have everything, but the journal. And I’m fine with that. =)

Taniesha
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Taniesha

I just went natural. I have the shower caps already…I’m going to get the rest of the stuff on the list..I’ll be well on my way. I’m so happy about going natural. This will be my first time going natural…beside when I was a lil girl.

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I would add Barbary Fig Seed Oil to the list. It is the Newest “it” in Cosmetic way better than the Famous Argan Oil. The best deal I got is on Amazon.com. 4 to 5 drops go a long long way.

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Thanks for another fantastic article. Where else may anyone get that kind of info in such an ideal method of writing? I have a presentation next week, and I’m at the look for such info.

curlytea
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If I absolutely, positively had to pick 1 thing from that list which I cannot do without, it has to be plastic bags/grocery. lol! I’m not kidding. Its the only thing I can’t rig or duplicate with some other method. I can do without bobby pins, clips (scrunchie will do), and even the wide tooth comb (my fingers will have to do that job). But without the plastic bag/grocery bag, its impossible for me to do a good deep condition correctly.

Nicole
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Nicole

But Snoop Dogg with the shower cap and Louie bag? LOL! I literally stopped reading because I was laughing so hard.

Monique
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Monique

Yes and amen to all those tips! Love this website — it has the best articles about natural hair and hair icons I can relate more to! Keep ‘em coming!

Dana
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Dana

Great Read. When I saw the title, I thought to myself that I’d probably only have 2 things on the list.… but I have 9 out of 10.… lol, the only thing I’m missing is the hair journal.

Makiah Lyons
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Makiah Lyons

Empty altoid boxes are perfect for storing bobby pins, clips, rubber bands, and extra hair ties.

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Azariah
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Azariah

What about a denman brush?

Jewel
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Jewel

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WGN
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WGN

The tool I can’t live without would be my hair lol. I’m kinda having natural hair frustration and considering cutting my shoulder length tresses.

Jasmine W
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I use everything on the list except for the bobby pins. I haven’t had a need for them yet, but I do have plenty around.

Longpig
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Longpig

Everything on this list except the journal. I’m not a product junkie and must of my styles are protective so no need!

Balsa
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Balsa

This article is on point

Soffy
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Soffy

I finally made the decision to transition to natural hair today. Yay me?! I attempted it once before but got impatient with detangling my always tangled hair. This time I really feel like I am better prepared to succeed. BGLH has been teaching me so much. Thank you all 🙂

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