A really good hair day can make you feel like you’re wearing a crown. My hair regimen is as simple as it gets for my hair type and I figured I’d share the following in case you’re looking for a simple routine to start with it. So let’s start from the top and get that amazing feeling everyday. Healthy, beautiful hair is attainable and inexpensive. Check out my step-by-step weekly hair routine with products below:

1. Wash: Pantene Truly Relaxed Hair Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner. (Product ranges $5 - $7 a bottle)

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2. Moisturize and Blow Dry: Shea Moisture 100% Extra Virgin Coconut Oil (I can usually find this for $12-16 dollars at a local grocery store). Revlon Blow Dryer (found at H.E.B. for $11).

Tip: A little goes a long way with coconut oil. A small amount on damp hairwill ensure your hair is moisturized without feeling greasy. 

Tip: A little goes a long way with coconut oil. A small amount on damp hairwill ensure your hair is moisturized without feeling greasy. 

Tip: Use the big tooth comb to detangle, the rat tail to part (and flat iron), and the brush to blow dry. 

Tip: Use the big tooth comb to detangle, the rat tail to part (and flat iron), and the brush to blow dry. 

Tip: Section you hair and blow dry in the direction you want your hair to flow once complete.

Tip: Section you hair and blow dry in the direction you want your hair to flow once complete.

3.Flat Iron: Revive Beauty from T.J. Max for $17.

Tip: Flat iron in very small sections going all the way to the roots.

Tip: Flat iron in very small sections going all the way to the roots.

A touch of Creme of Nature Argan Oil Edge Control and Organx Coconut Oil to top it off, then I'm all set.

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Please keep in mind that the products mentioned work for my hair type. I advise you to search for products that react well with your hair and give you your desired results. Once you’ve locked that down, you can get that crown in ✔️. 

Blessings,

Alexandra

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