Beauty Natural Hair

My Favorite Shampoo & Conditioner for Natural Hair

So, I’m a product junkie I am. Seriously. But it’s okay because I’m a beauty blogger and that’s part of my job. See what I did there? But in all seriousness my natural hair product shelf is growing larger everyday. If it ain’t a masque, it’s a curling cream. Same thing, different day. But, in the midst of the piles of natural hair products that surround my closet, vanity, and bathroom cabinet, sometimes a girl’s just gotta get back to basics.

ORS Shampoo and Conditioner

After taking out my crochet braids, the crown needed a wash and deep condition like you wouldn’t believe. Whatever I used, I knew it had to do the job right so I broke out my staple Creamy Aloe Shampoo and Replenishing Conditioner by ORS and was reminded AGAIN how much I LOVE these two products together. For real, I can’t even tell you how straight up amazing my hair is. Ever single time I use them.

If you’re not familiar with my natural hair journey, I have very fine kinky 4b/c hair. Yup the good stuff. I’m not even kidding. Most times the crown and I are friends, other times she needs to go figure out what she wants in life. That’s when I install a protective style like my crochet braids. I don’t really use shampoo all like that but after I take out a protective style I absolutely take the time to a shampoo cleanse and deep condition. Literally the only shampoo I use period is the ORS Creamy Aloe Shampoo.

I know people can use a whole bunch of different brand products in one wash session but I find my hair likes when I use products within the same line. I always follow up an ORS shampoo session with the ORS Replenishing Conditioner. Can I just tell you that I really don’t think there is a better conditioner than this? I mean, I like other conditioners. A lot. But something about this stuff man…natural hair be flourishing.

I’ve been using ORS products for like my whole life…or since I discovered the brand “a few years ago” in college and I’ve been a fan ever since. My friends used to joke way back then that I should be a brand ambassador for them the way I used to promote their products on campus (PS ORS if you’re reading this, ya girl is available). Ahhh the good old days. So in true Tyshia fashion, if you haven’t tried this shampoo and conditioner yet…what are you waiting on!?

Even though I’m biased, tell me, what’s your favorite shampoo and conditioner? Let’s talk hair products!

Stay blessed beautiful!

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    semaria shaw
    August 31, 2015 at 7:30 pm

    Those ORS products were heavy in rotation back when I had a relaxer.LOL Since having my starter locs installed in April, I was nervous about having to find new products once I was able to wash my coils after we began interlocking. I picked up the Shea Moisture JBCO and I love it. My locs didn’t feel stripped and smelled better than I expected. I got the SheaMoisture Manuka Honey & Mafura Oil Intensive Hydration Shampoo last Sunday at Target.I cant wait to try it out. I’d used Shea moisture at various times throughout my natural hair journey.

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      thisbrownqueen
      September 3, 2015 at 11:24 pm

      Me too! When I first found out about them I was relaxed but their shampoo and conditioner have been with me through the transition and now on the natural hair. The fro loves it as much as my relaxed hair did. I was wondering about the Shea Moisture JBCO line. My hair did really well when I added JBCO to my regimen a couple years back. Shea Moisture has some dope products though. Their line is EXTENSIVE lol. There’s something for everyone in there! xoxo

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    Nicole
    September 2, 2015 at 11:04 am

    I love those ors products for my natural hair as well, been using them for years!! Love them xox

    • Reply
      thisbrownqueen
      September 3, 2015 at 11:20 pm

      Yesss they are amazing right!

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