That is a video of Bronzeqt's regimen. If you don't know what a regimen is or do not have a regimen, it is basically a systematic way to care for your hair, a routine if you will. You probably have watched dozens of Youtube videos on hair regimens and try to mimic the regimen of other naturals, but you have to create YOUR own. Your hair may like being deep conditioned before OR after it's washed. You may not want to use shampoos at all. You may or may not want to pre-poo (apply oils to your hair before you shampoo to curb the drying nature of shampoos). You may conditioner only wash (co-wash).
It is evident that there are many options in your regimen. However, as 101LadyT points out, a simple regimen should include:
3. Leave-In Conditioning
5. Styler (Butter, Gel, Etc.)
It should be clear that some of these steps can be skipped/eliminated based on your hair's wants, but make your regimen as simple as possible. Here's what Lady T says . . .
And last but not least....here's a video from our surprise Co-Host, Kala of the KG Lifestyle!
There is no inherently right or wrong way to care for your hair, but you do want to get your hair into a routine to make your life easier and eventually make your hair care easier. Contrary to popular belief, natural hair IS easy. It just depends on the time and effort you want to dedicate to it!
Hope this helps!
What is your regimen? Do you co-wash? Do you use sulfate or sulfate-free shampoos?