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    How To Shampoo/Wash Natural Transitioning Post Relaxer Hair Update Tutorial Part 3 Subscribe, Its Free! I only wash my natural hair with shampoo if I have excessive dandruff or a product overload in my hair. Also, I may also wash my hair at least twice a month as needed. If you constantly use hair jels, sprays, mousse, or even pomade, there is a chance that your hair may have to much products in it.

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    Twisting your hair before shampooing and conditioning keeps your hair elongated to prevent much shrinkage and single strand knots! Natural Hair Regimen >>> v=3AyJfVO9Kuo

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