The Confessions Of A Natural Hair Product Junkie..

It’s happened to most of us; especially if you’re a newbie into the natural hair world. We get so excited with all the new possibilities of what we can do with our hair and in turn buy numerous products to try and explore. Seasoned veterans of the natural hair gang also have this issue; you accumulate so many products over the months/years that you suddenly don’t know what to do with the monster you have created.

I can admit it. I have developed a nice amount of products. About 25% of them I actually use on a regular basis and the others just kind of fall into the woodwork; coming out once in a while for a special occasion. It doesn’t even matter if you are natural or relaxed, we all have a stash of products that accumulate to larger degrees without us even knowing it. How can we prevent these monsters from consuming our bathrooms??

If you like to try new products often like me, try starting out with the travel sizes. This saves you both space and money. If you really like the product after trying the travel size, go ahead and invest in the larger size.

If there is a product that will absolutely be in rotation all the time then go ahead and confidently get an economy size which will also save you money in the long run and prevent you from having to go back to the store for more product.

If you have something that has been sitting for years or you just can’t remember when you bought it, throw it away. No use in holding on to old stuff that just consumes your space.

Another alternative can be to swap with buddies. I’m pretty sure they have something in their own stash that they would be willing to hand over for something you have. It also gives you an opportunity to try something new without having to pay for it.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. natural hair product
    Apr 20, 2011 @ 15:35:14

    I like your tip. very useful. I have to get it too.

    Reply

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