Hey Sistas! How many times to do wash your natural hair each month? When I’m not rocking a protective style, I try to wash my hair at least once a week. My wash regimen has changed over the years, but the one thing that remains is the impact my shed hair has on my shower drain. From my curly, kinky hair to all of the oils and butters that get washed down the pipes, it’s no wonder the water goes from flowing rapidly down the drain to creeping slowly like molasses after only a few washes. I love my natural hair and will continue to wash and detangle in the shower, so it was really important to find a product to help un-clog my drain and keep that water flowing freely. I prefer to use a drain cleaner to help aid in removing all of the hair and gunk trapped in my drain and Liquid-Plumr Full Clog Destroyer gets the job done.
Proper maintenance is so important to keep your drains running smoothly and at their maximum capacity. Don’t just use Liquid-Plumr to unclog your drains, keep them flowly all year round by incorporating monthly drain maintenance in your hair care regimen. Liquid-Plumr has been unclogging and combating slow flowing drains caused by hair clogs for more than 35 years and we’ve actually teamed up with Liquid-Plumr to not only discuss how their products work to unclog drains, but we’re also helping them celebrate big, beautiful hair! Check out this video showcasing hairstyles throughout time. And make sure to visit Liquid-Plumr for additional tips and tricks on how to keep drains flowing.
Now as some of you may know, I’m Team #BigHairDontCare, and one of my favorite hairstyles is the big, curly afro. I love rocking this hairstyle because it’s easy and super cute! In this tutorial, I show you how to achieve this timeless hairstyle.
- Hair Clips
- Thermal Styling Spray of you choice
- Twisting product of your choice
- Large perm rods – I used around 32-36
- True Wave End Papers
- Hair Pick
What’s your favorite hairstyle? And how do you prefer to remove hair from your clogged drain? Let me know in the comments or in The Sistahood Forum! And subscribe to our YouTube channel to view more videos and stay updated on new uploads!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Liquid-Plumr . The opinions and text are all mine.