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Natural Hair Starter Kit

By January 27th, 202123 Comments

Natural Hair Starter Kit
Lashonda writes;

I’m 3 years into my natural hair journey and I’m loving it. My hair is flourishing and I get compliments and questions quite often. Many of the questions come from new naturals, and I find myself racking my brain to quickly offer the best advice on tools, products, and styling. The world of natural hair is so vast, and can be quite overwhelming. Wouldn’t it be cool if we could make natural hair care packages to send out to the newbies??!! I wish someone would’ve made me one.

What tools and products would you include in a Natural Hair Starter Kit?

23 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    @ Anon 9:24

    Can you tell us how the transitioner pack from naturally curly was? i noticed they also had a cocktail recipe or something on there, is is just instructions on how to transition or when/how to use the products? thanks in advance.

  • Anonymous says:

    -Sulfate-free Shampoo
    -Rinse-out Detangling Conditioner
    -Deep Conditioner
    -Shower Comb
    -Water Based Leave-in
    -Sealing Oil (coconut, castor etc…)
    -Styling Butter
    -Satin Bonnet

  • Anonymous says:

    All of the above plus:

    A sense of h
    umor
    Thick skin
    Patience
    An open mind

  • Anonymous says:

    I'm bought the transitioner pack from Naturaly curly

  • Anonymous says:

    Ditto above, and a cheerleader!

  • Anonymous says:

    Jilbere shower comb, 1 D3 Denman brush, a pack of hair clips, shampoo, co wash, heavy condition, DT conditioner, Vatika Coconut Oil

    That's the starter kit. They can buy more as the néed/discover products.

  • Dolores says:

    The only thing I would add to what has been already said is a quality pair of hair scissors.

  • Treasure says:

    what everybody said and words of encouragement. YOU CAN DO IT!:D

  • Unknown says:

    Wow, I was just thinking that same thought not to long ago.
    MY gift kit would include:
    Glossary our natural hair terms/jargon & harmful chemical in HBA
    Kitchen Staple Ingredients for mixing your own hair recipes
    How to wash & detangle your hair
    How to understand what hair type you have
    Links to all the great blogs, vloggers, and Youtube pgs
    A Link to the Shea Butter Institute as all butter ain't shea
    Sample starter pack of chemical free conditioner, shampoo, oil mix, and a DIY Youtube video that matches their hair length

  • Anonymous says:

    hair catcher, sulfate free shampoo, detangling/deep conditioner, leave-in moisturizer, oil (preferably jojoba or olive oil), wide tooth comb, plastic cap, spray bottle, clips, satin bonnet, and a scarf for when your hair just doesn't turn out right (trust me this happens a lot in the beginning but you'll get the hang of it eventually)

  • Unknown says:

    I made starter kits 2 yrs ago and gave them to friends for Xmas gifts. I included a detangling comb, some product samples, and a sample of the shea butter mix I like to use on my hair and skin. I actually got requests for more of the shea butter mix.

  • Anonymous says:

    Doesn't Curlmart already sell this: http://www.curlmart.com/store/transitioning-tonic-for-transitioning-for-hair-type-3c-4s.html

  • Anonymous says:

    shampoo, detangler/leave-in conditioner, styling pomade or styling gel, wide tooth comb, shower/deep conditioner caps, spritz bottle, oversized satin scarf

  • Anonymous says:

    sulfate free shampoo, detangling conditioner, deep conditioner, wide tooth comb, satin bonnet, butterfly clips, bobby pins, plastic cap (for dc), and a note saying you are beautiful 🙂

  • Naturally Nita says:

    I 2nd Anonymous 11:06 am plus a leave in conditioner. I mean right after the big chop that's really all you need are those 6 items, right?

    www.naturallynita.blogspot.com

  • Anonymous says:

    A hair catcher,shampoo,conditioner,deep conditioner, styler, leave in conditioner, shower caps for deep conditioning and if u could afford it a hair steamer; that has help me out so much, even my relaxed mom loves it.

  • MelMelBee says:

    @Tgoodmill: PM her 🙂

  • Anonymous says:

    I had to buy Liquid Plumber during my transition… I always wash my hair in the shower and the breakage eventually clogged my drain! buster.

  • Anonymous says:

    a wide tooth comb, a nice shampoo, great detangler conditioner, a deep treatment, and a styler

  • Tgoodmill says:

    MelMelBee I dont see what she's selling ??

  • Anonymous says:

    I mirror anon 10:21 and include bobby pins, a good deep conditioner, and some cute earrings.

  • Anonymous says:

    A wide tooth comb, heating cap, Shea Butter, Olive Oil, apple cider vinegar, aloe vera juice, and one styling product for those bad hair days when I need to put my hair up.

  • MelMelBee says:

    Ambitious_Tiff over in the forums have started making these and selling them! You all should check her out!

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