Naturally You Healthy Natural Hair Regimen Tracking Journal

Naturally You! Healthy Natural Hair Regimen Journal

Building a natural hair regimen that works can be hard

  • You try all kinds of products and techniques and your hair stays dry
  • It breaks off if you look at it wrong and sheds like crazy
  • It never seems to grow past a certain length
  • Internet hair advice just makes you more confused and frustrated

The answer is simpler than you think. You've heard it before: learn your hair.

But how?

The Naturally You! Natural Hair Regimen Journal

A note from Kaya

Studies show that writing things down makes you more likely to achieve your goals.


This has been absolutely true in my healthy hair journey - writing in a journal and keeping track of my results has been one of the best things I've done for my hair.


I've been natural for over 22 years. I believe that women with naturally kinky hair can have healthy, flourishing natural hair with the right regimen. 


I created this natural hair regimen journal for women with highly textured hair like mine to set and achieve your hair goals.

  • Learn you​r hair
  • Optimize your routine
  • Become your own hair goals!

What's Inside:

1.

The 7 Essential Habits of Successful Naturals

These are seven key elements of a healthy hair regimen that you can incorporate into your routine.

2.

Know Your Hair Self Assessment

This tool walks you through identifying all of the key properties of your hair, including porosity, density, texture, shape, size, and shrinkage. Once you know the properties of your unique hair, you can use the included hair tips to build or update your regimen.

3.

Monthly Check-Ins

For each month, you will evaluate the condition of your hair, and write down your observations. Are you experiencing dryness, excessive shedding, breakage, or is everything going well? Write it all down. You'll assess the current length of your hair and determine if you need a trim. You'll decide if you want to make any changes to your current routine.

4.

Weekly Planners

For each week, you'll set goals. Maybe you want to try the LOC method, a clay wash or Ayurvedic herbs. Write your goals down, then write out your regimen, incorporating the steps you'll take to achieve your goals.

5.

Daily Habit Trackers

Use the daily habit tracker for new habits you want to establish, such as checking your hair's moisture level or doing scalp massages.

Continue to assess your hair on a weekly and monthly basis, and before you know it you'll see patterns that will make it clear what's working for you and what isn't.

When you know what's working for your hair, it has no choice but to flourish.

low bun hairstyle natural type 4 hair
long natural hairstyle braid out updo
long natural hairstyle twistout low bun

Want to see inside the journal for yourself? Here's a sneak peek:

long natural hair braid out
natural hair journal
long type 4 natural hair braid out

Using a hair journal has allowed me to go from dry, breaking hair to moisturized, soft and healthy armpit length (when stretched) hair. This is by writing down what I'm doing, stopping what doesn't work and doing more of what does. 

When I do get off track with my regimen, it's easier than ever to get back to what works. 

I'd love to send you a copy of my natural hair journal so that you can reach your hair goals too.

What if you knew exactly what to do with your hair every single week? What if you could easily determine what routine would help you get the results you want?

Order Your Journal Today

With the Naturally You! Natural Hair Regimen Journal, you can make 2020 the year you finally master your natural hair.

>