How to Eliminate Dry, Frizzy, and Rough ends on Transitioning & Natural Hair

Hey y'all!

I get this question a lot, and I wanted to make sure I addressed it in a way that you all could find helpful. Some of my favorite IGers and blog readers have asked about getting rid of rough, dry, frizzy ends. In this video, I share what products and tips helped me during my transition, and even now while I'm rocking my natural hair. All of the recommended products have worked on transitioning, natural, and color-treated hair. The majority of them are not Curly Girl friendly, and if I'm honest, the silicones work to your advantage in this scenario to help smooth out the cuticle damage. Check the video for more detailed information:

Here are all the links to more detailed information about the products mentioned:

ApHogee Keratin 2 Minute Reconstructor Review

Hydratherma Naturals Amino Plus Protein Deep Conditioning Treatment Review

Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Masque Review

I don't have a review for the Shea Moisture Tahitian Noni Conditioner :(

Apple Cider Vinegar

All About Ceramides

Let em know if you guys found this helpful -- I also drop info about a future tutorial and an Ask Away Wednesday update!

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I was not paid to promote or share any of the products in this video. This is not a sponsored video. All products (with the exception of one) were purchased with my own money.

How do you manage rough, frizzy, dry ends on your hair?


  1. Aphogee two minute reconstructor has been so good to my hair. That & some trimming has helped me combat dry, rough ends. Now the frizz monster & I are still battling!

  2. That 2 Minute Reconstructor is BAE!!!!! Lol

  3. YAAASSS! I love it.


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