How to Wash Your Hair Under Weaves and Protective Styles

How to Wash Your Hair Under Weaves and Protective Styles

The best business ideas come after realizing your have a problem that has yet to be solved. Well, that’s exactly what Dr. Camille Verovic did.  And thankfully she answered the ever pressing question of how to wash your hair under weaves. The story of Girl+Hair (GirlandHair) starts in 2009 when she, a former marketing professional turned doctor, sought out to find healthy products to care for her natural hair after her “big chop”. Because of her busy life style, protective styling has always been a great solution. Depending on the season or work schedule ahead, she would choose a preferred protective style, such as hair extensions, crochet braids, wigs, braids, or weaves. As a girl who loves a great wig or 2, this line extremely exciting and I can’t wait to try.

 

Based on her personal frustration and armed with her medical knowledge and desire to find the best ingredients for optimal hair health, the idea of a product line to maintain natural hair underneath hair extensions was born. With the help of a great team and a star chemist, Camille then took her idea to the next level and created UNDER HAIR CARE™.

The Girl + Hair line consists of 4 staple products, all which are suited and specially designed for curly, kinky or coily (4A, 4B, 4C) hair types who are wearing hair extensions, braids, weaves, or wigs. The line includes:

Gentle Clarifying ACV Rinse 

The GENTLE CLARIFYING HAIR RINSE is an organic apple cider vinegar and rice water based clarifier created to gently but thoroughly remove product buildup and repair damaged follicles without stripping hair of moisture.

Leave-In Conditioner

The NOURISHING LEAVE-IN CONDITIONER has 200% more conditioning ingredients than other conditioners. It is specially designed for curly, kinky or coily (4A, 4B, 4C) hair types who are wearing hair extensions, braids, weaves, or wigs.

Restoring Hair Balm

The PROTECTIVE RESTORING BALM is designed for daily use and is made of the best ingredients for restoring and maintaining the health of your natural hair.

Sulfate-Free Cleanser 

 

The gentle MOISTURIZING CLEANSER is a sulfate, alcohol and paraben free shampoo created with shea butter to thoroughly cleanse your natural hair underneath your hair extensions and deliver ultimate moisture to thirsty hair follicles.

Also Read: Protective Styling: How to Choose A Wig For Natural Hair

How to Wash Your Hair Under Weaves: Girl + Hair Tutorial

Shop the full line of Girl + Hair at www.texturesnaturalhaircare.com. Have you used Girl + Hair before? Comment and let us know!

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Charlene Walton
Charlene Walton

Charlene Walton McCraney, known on social media as @TexturedTalk, is a Dallas beauty and lifestyle blogger. After years of styling her and several friends’ hair as a hobby, offering advice and tips, she decided to combine two of her favorite things…writing and talking about natural hair!

Her blog, TexturedTalk.com was created to promote healthy hair care for women of all textures and has since evolved into other beauty and lifestyle topics. Charlene loves teaching other aspiring bloggers on how to take their passion and turn it into amazing content to provide value.

When she’s not blogging she is probably crunching numbers as a Senior Financial Analyst, dancing or figuring a way to meet Beyonce in person. :)

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5 Comments

  1. Whitney
    June 1, 2017 / 11:09 am

    What a great idea!!! Kudos to her!

    • Charlene Walton
      Author
      June 2, 2017 / 9:40 am

      I agree! Love it!

  2. July 30, 2017 / 7:32 pm

    You know..before very recently, I never knew you could wash your hair in braids. So when I found out, I was quite upset. Think of all the money I wasted on making my braids every week

    • Charlene Walton
      Author
      July 30, 2017 / 11:02 pm

      LOL! We all live and we learn. Thanks for reading!

  3. March 27, 2019 / 3:42 am

    so so good! awesome idea

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