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  1. Okay so what if you have rough natural kinda short very very very very
    kinky hair what care you do for that

  2. Lol…yes! I totally know how that is…not that many 4c naturals on
    youtube with a lot of information…That’s why I’m doing my best to
    document everything I do with my hair…4c hair is easy to deal with once
    you stop fighting against it…I had to learn that the hard way, lol…Good
    luck honey….=)

  3. Super helpful!!!!! I spent 2.5 hours on the web looking for 4c natural hair
    care insight and found nothing but equally lost people, outright haters, or
    well-intentioned folks who had tips but not those that would help my
    texture…and then I found you! This and Stephanie O’s videos have got me
    really excited abut making the transition. Please keep up the good work!

  4. thanks for this info. i transitioned a little over a year ago after
    neglecting and abusing my hair to the point where most of it was about an
    inch long. yes there are days when i feel like giving in and giving up but
    I will persist toward my goal of successful hair growth. when i was much
    younger i used to be able to tie the front of my hair under my chin and the
    back used to cover the back of my neck. i hope to be there by year’s end.
    thanks for your posts, most beneficial.

  5. if i just have 4b hair would it be good to use these products as well well
    i think im only a 4b i could be 4b/4c but i’m not sure.

  6. Hey there! =) My baking soda wash and apple cider vinegar rinse is my
    clarifying cleanser that removes all products including silicones. My
    Giovanni’s smooth as silk shampoo and conditioner is just a moisturizing
    shampoo that cleans the scalp and hair really well but it does not remove
    silicones. However Giovanni’s has great products for natural black hair.

  7. Question love: how do you mix (the ratio of the two), the Baking soda and
    ACV to do a rinse? Do you mix the two along with your shampoo or do you use
    the the BS and ACV mix before using your shampoo? Great video by the way.
    Thanks for the info. Stay naturally blessed.

  8. OMG I love this video..I was looking for a natural way to remove excess
    products without using sulphate shampoo! thank you!..but does it remove
    silicones?

  9. For my baking soda wash: •1 cup of water •1/4 cup of condition •2
    tablespoon of baking soda. I wash my hair with the baking soda wash and
    rinse my hair clean. If I’m doing a deep conditioner, then I would place
    that on my hair next. Then rinse my hair clean again. Lastly I will do a
    Apple cider vinegar rinse. 3 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar and 1-2 cups
    of water. Then rinse that out and my hair is so fresh and so clean =)

  10. THE PURPOSE OF GOING NATURAL IS TOO FREE YOURSELF FROM ALL THESE PRODUCTS,
    YOU REALLY DONT NEED ALL THESE PRODUCTS.THIS IS ABSOLUTE NON SENSE AND MORE
    OF A HASSLE THAN HAVING RELAXED HAIR AND TAKING CARE OF IT.

  11. you’re the 2nd person who i’ve followed who recommends giovanni products
    and i recently saw an article about the ACV/BS wash. how often do you do
    your cleansing wash. i know everyone’s hair is different but my scalp is so
    dry and i’m in the northeast so the heat makes it that much worse. i did
    try coconut oil last night on my scalp and it didn’t itch for many hours
    (big + for me) the dandruff to my hairline was minimal. i bought jamaican
    black castor oil and will start that soon for thin areas

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