Back To Basics – 7 Tools You Need to Start Your Hair Journey

hair toolsWhen we start our hair journey we all want to give it the best shot at achieving our hair goals in little time and without the purchasing of any new products or tools.

We soon come to realize that our hair journey is going to take boat loads of patience and that we might have to spend some money to find the great regimen. Don’t worry we are here to help, here are the 5 basic tools you will need to start your hair journey:

1. Hair clips

This tool is really about time saving and efficiency. It is honestly a struggle to make sure that all your hair has been moisturized with your products, so you might never know which of your products are truly working. But with hair clips, you can separate your hair and make sure that each section gets properly taken care of.

When I started my hair journey, I didn’t even know what my hair type was and which products would work, and you can get overwhelmed very easily as you try to figure it all out.

Using clips to separate your hair and knowing each section is getting a little love really helps not only your hair, but the start of a long and happy hair journey. A pack with 4-5 hair clips is really great to start out with and they can be plastic or any other material. The clips with the teeth that help to grab your hair work better with thicker hair.

2. Scalp applicators


Scalp applicators are not really tools that you might need at the very beginning of your journey, but as soon as you start figuring out what your prime products are, scalp applicators can help you mix things together, nourish your scalp, and are a VERY quick solution to moisturizing with your hands.

Some scalp applicators even come with measuring labels, so you can mix oils and other products and make sure the amount you want is really the amount you put in.

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About Tyne Dickson


My name is Tyne, I'm attending my 3rd year of high school at a performing and visual arts program. I'm a proud theatre major with a 4.2 GPA. My plan is to go to college for theatre as a minor and major in psychology as a career option. My days consist of early wake-ups and being late night work. I have been natural all my life, and have had serious trials and tribulations with my hair, and I have reached a goal of mine to be able to write and help others with their hair as much as others have helped me!

About Tyne Dickson


My name is Tyne, I'm attending my 3rd year of high school at a performing and visual arts program. I'm a proud theatre major with a 4.2 GPA. My plan is to go to college for theatre as a minor and major in psychology as a career option. My days consist of early wake-ups and being late night work. I have been natural all my life, and have had serious trials and tribulations with my hair, and I have reached a goal of mine to be able to write and help others with their hair as much as others have helped me!

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