Hair Wash Sins You May Be Committing

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We chatted about shower sins many of us are probably committing the other day, and it was well received. Many people are guilty of these shower sins without even knowing they are sins. Which is why I am writing a hair wash sins you may be committing post today. Here are some of the popular hair wash sins.


You rinse out your shampoo/conditioner immediately

When washing your hair, you should leave your shampoo in for some minutes before washing it off. I massage the shampoo into my hair for a few minutes to get my hair follicles stimulated. When it comes to conditioner, I massage it in and leave it in under shower cap for about 5 minutes. This way I reap the full benefits of the conditioner, and my hair thanks me for it. Myself and my daughter use the SheaMoisture brand for our hair products and we adore the products. The hair products are so good for our hair. Here is the range we are currently using – SheaMoisture.


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Washing your face before your hair

When I wash my hair, I make sure I wash my face as the very minute. This way I get all the dirt from my hair off my face. Washing your face before your hair means you would miss getting rid of all the hair residue from the shampoo and conditioner. And that could lead to blocked facial pores, which would cause other skin issues.


You don’t moisturise your hair immediately

Just like with the skin, you should moisture your hair with a leave-in conditioner or any other hair products you use when your hair is damp. That way the hair absorbs all the good stuff from the hair products quickly. Waiting to do this when the hair is dry isn’t a great idea.


Washing your hair too often or not often enough

Many of us are guilty or washing our hair too often or not often enough. You need to get the right hair wash balance for your type of hair. Washing your hair too frequently could lead to dryness and breakage. While not washing it regularly enough to lead to dandruff and other hair issues. Strike the right balance depending on your hair type.


What do you think of this hair wash sins? Are you guilty of any? Do sound off in the comments section below, let’s chat.


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Product Review – SheaMoisture Manuka Honey & Mafura Oil Range

If you have been reading Fashion and Style Police for some time, you would know how much I love SheaMoisture products. I have been using the brand since I started transitioning to natural hair, and I can see myself using their hair products for a very long time. SheaMoisture has recently introduced the Manuka Honey & Mafura Oil range of hair products, and myself and my Duchess are loving the range.


SheaMoisture Manuka Honey & Mafura Oil Intensive Hydration Conditioner £12.99

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I really like this SheaMoistureManuka Honey & Mafura Oil Intensive Hydration Conditioner. It is a rinse-out conditioner and it really does the job. It softens and detangles the hair with the intense moisture and shine-enhancing nutrients. The ingredients included are Certified Organic Shea Butter, Honey, Mafura and Baobab.


  1. This rinse out conditioner makes our hair more manageable.
  2. It leaves our hair soft, shiny and easy to style.
  3. I love the packaging. It looks really good.
  4. This conditioner smells so good. I love it.
  5. I also find it very easy to use.


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None. It is a very good product.



SheaMoisture Manuka Honey & Mafura Oil Intensive Hydration Shampoo £12.99

I love this sulfate-free shampoo. It is a great hair shampoo for the natural hair girls. I like the fact that it cleanses while infusing the hair with moisture and nutrients. The ingredients included are Certified Organic Shea Butter, Honey, Mafura and Baobab.


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  1. It cleanses the hair thoroughly but doesn’t strip off the moisture.
  2. The packaging is compact and practical.
  3. I love the fragrance of the shampoo.
  4. It leaves my hair soft, clean and shiny.


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SheaMoisture Manuka Honey & Mafura Oil Intensive Hydration Hair Masque £14.81

This SheaMoisture Manuka Honey & Mafura Oil Intensive Hydration Hair Masque conditions while infusing hair with some moisture and nutrients.  I like using a hair masque every now and again to keep our hair looking good. This product does the work so well. I love how it makes our hair look, especially my daughter’s hair. 


  1. The hair masque helps keep the hair looking healthy and vibrant.
  2. It moisturises the hair beautifully.
  3. This hair masque removes frizz and nourishes the hair.
  4. It is easy to use. I usually have it on my hair for around 30 minutes before washing it off.
  5. The fragrance smells great.
  6. I like the sensible packaging.


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My daughter and I have been using this SheaMoisture hair range for weeks now and we love all the products. It is a great hair range. I love how the products nourish our hair. This is one hair care range I would recommend to anyone especially those transitioning back to natural hair. My hair is full transitioned now and I am at peace with it. I just need it to grow a bit quicker. I will be writing a hair update soon and showing off what it looks like so look out for that post.


What do you think of this SheaMoisture Manuka Honey & Mafura Oil range? Have you tried any of these products? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.


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My Natural Hair Update

I have been rocking my natural hair for some years now and I am loving it. It took some time to fully transition from my chemical damaged hair to my natural hair now. I didn’t go down the big chop route  and that is partly why it took forever to transition. But I am happy with how my hair is currently looking. There was some hair breakage earlier in the year, thanks to a crotchet braids hairstyle I had on that wasn’t right for my hair. But it is slowly growing back to how it was prior to that and I am hoping to see a significant hair growth before the end of the year. I have so many hairstyles I need to try. I just need my hair to grow some more.

My greatest hair muse is my beautiful daughter. Her hair is hair goals for me. She was born with amazing hair and I have found it very easy to nurture and maintain for her. Her hair reminds me of how my hair was when I was her age. It was natural, soft, long and chemical free. Her hair is one of the reasons why I decided to be free from all hair chemicals and damaging hair weaves. I have never seen any hair so beautiful. This photo does not do her hair justice.


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If I could go back in time, I would take better care of my hair. But since I can’t, I have to ensure I right my hair wrongs. So far, it has been a journey I would never forget. It just confirms the saying that whatever you nurture grows and stays healthy.

My hair routine is very simple. I don’t do much with it or to it. I usually have my hair in cornrows and I wear wigs. Sometimes I have my hair braided in big weaves or crotchet braids, which I have now stopped doing because crotchet braids damaged my hair. I think the big fat needles used put too much pressure on the hair. So although it is a quick way to have your hair done, it is not the best for my hair type. For now, I am sticking to simple corn rows style. They suit me and mine. And that is what I have on at the moment.



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When it comes to hair products, I use a couple of Cantu products. I also use SheaMoisture products. And you can click on the links to read my reviews on the hair products.

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