This video is #3 of the 3 part series on shampooing and conditioning long locks, dreadlocks and natural hair. If you’re doing any type of clarifying shampoo first, you will be thoroughly washing away all of your natural oils. Well, those oils will need to be replaced. Now the natural oil that your scalp produces (sebum) will work to help condition the hair closest to the scalp, but if you have any length to your locks or if your locks are color-treated, the rest of you locks will become very dry over time. Since I and my clients have always “dry conditioned” our locks and use lock-friendly products, dryness is not really an issue. Healthy locks are clean, supple and have a naturally soft sheen when well moisturized.
As always, if you’re currently using products that you absolutely love and are working for you, then by all means continue to use them. But if dryness continues to be an issue for you, then try a few of the Soul Purpose products along with the Healthylocks Conditioning Mist. I highly recommend them. Enjoy the video!
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