Rock Your Natural Locks This Summer with Africa’s Finest Natural Hair Products
Are you looking forward to rocking your own natural hair this summer? Are you tired of spending hours relaxing, brushing out knots, blow drying, curling, colouring, and weaving, or is it that flat-ironed hairstyle you’re sick to death of doing every second day? Not only is it nearly 2018, but every new season deserves a fresh new start – and this summer, African women are celebrating their natural curls.
While there was a time when weaves and extensions from India, Peru, and Brazil dominated the black hair industry, times have changed. Many women have ditched their exorbitantly over-priced fake hair and started embracing their own natural locks, and we couldn’t be prouder and more supportive. Yes, nothing screams edgy, sexy, and stylish like natural African hair. But natural hair can be difficult to control, and with the tsunami of African hair products on the market, choosing the right one is never easy.
A multibillion-dollar industry, cutting right across class and culture, the African hair industry is one that is thriving. In fact, it is estimated that 10 000 new African hair products are introduced to the market each year. Unfortunately, not all are created equal. Sadly, most African hair products are derived from synthetic ingredients that cause scalp irritation, broken stiff hair, and flakiness. Oh yes, most mainstream African hair products cause more damage than good, which is exactly why My Natural Hair products exist.
Embrace Your Natural Side the Natural Way
Developed in Africa, our natural hair product range has been designed for the everyday modern African woman that wants to embrace and flaunt her natural locks. Formulated with the finest hair care oils and butter, such as shea butter, coconut oil, sweet almond oil, and jojoba oil, all our natural hair products are free from sulphates, parabens, silicones, and mineral oils, making them safe for you, your children, and the environment. Whether you’re looking for a good-quality conditioner to heal your tired and broken hair, or you’re looking to treat your scalp with a hydration mask, you will find all the best products at My Natural Hair.
Healthy, Gorgeous Curls are a Result of Using My Natural Hair Products
As an expression of your personality, style, mood, age, and attitude, your hair has to look good (at all times!), which is why hundreds of proud African women throughout South Africa use our natural hair products. Empowering South African women, one by one, our natural range consists of a nourishing shampoo, hydrating conditioner, leave-in conditioner, moisturising butter, curling cream, hydration mask, and a strengthening oil.
Celebrated as the pinnacle behind every hair fashion trend, we believe that natural is always better and beautiful. At My Natural Hair, we also believe that in order to achieve natural curls that are healthy and soft, you need to go back to nature. To rock healthy locks this summer, give our natural hair products a try. Place an order with us today.
Embrace Your Roots with Natural Hair Products for Afro Hairstyles
Are you sick to death of spending endless hours throwing good money at expensive weaves, and relaxing hair treatments and products that are anything but kind to your natural hair?
Author: My Natural Hair
A basic regimen of good quality AND decently priced products is a gift from the gods of hair! The My Natural Hair range has always had the basics every newbie natural needed to establish their hair routine, and now with the additions we’re spoiled for choice.
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