My Easy Braid Maintenance Routine

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In my last post I mentioned my braid maintenance routine but realized that I hadn’t posted it so it was my mission to get this Easy Braid Maintenance Routine out to you.

I call this easy because it’s literally using two products and your satin scarf to maintain frizz-free and well moisturized braids. Using the technique featured in the video, I’ve been able to prolong the life of my braids.

On a weekly basis, I like to use the Carol’s Daughter Black Vanilla Leave-In Conditioner to moisturize, give shine and seal in my oil. My oil of choice is the Be KeKoa Tamanu Oil that I mentioned in my July Favorites Video, My Ride Or Die Hair Tools for Braids and now in this maintenance post. It’s been my go-to to keep my hair looking and feeling good.

During the week, if my hair is feeling dry, I will use the Carol’s Daughter Leave-In to refresh my braids and give that extra shine. The process is super simple, but kept my hair frizz free for almost 3 months. This routine has helped during the take down of the braids. My hair was so soft and manageable during the take down process. I had very little shedding and detangling was a breeze. I’m 100% sure that my weekly routine helped to ensure my hair was healthy and well taken care of.

Keeping my routine easy and using only a couple of key products formulated for dry hair has been the best way for me to have healthy moisturized hair.

What products are your favorites for your braid routine?

Products Used:

Carol’s Daughter Black Vanilla Leave-In Conditioner

Be KeKoa Tamanu Oil


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