Saturday, August 10, 2013

Wash day

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Hey there,

I've been a bit under the weather the past few days, but I finally got together some energy to do my hair on Wednesday. It was feeling a bit coated since my last wash and it was also dry as a desert -__-. I also realized I couldn't remember the last time I actually clarified my hair, so I figured it was definitely about that time.

  1. Pre-pooed with sweet almond oil on the scalp and the length for a few hours without heat. Not sure how many hours, def took a nap :).
  2. Shampooed once with Neutrogena Anti-Residue and then shampooed again with Shea Moisture Moisture Retention Shampoo. 
  3. Deep conditioned with Aussie Moist with heat for 20 minutes.
  4. I allowed the conditioner to cool, then rinsed and finger detangled in the shower under cool water.
  5. I applied my leave-ins, Silicon Mix Bambu and argan oil and detangled using my seamless combs. 
  6. I then airdried my hair loose, and put it in a bun to go to sleep.
On Thursday night, i had enough energy to do a full flexi-rod set. It certainly has been awhile, here are the results:



 This set was done on dampened hair  (using a spray bottle) and the following products:
  1. Bee Mine Deja's Hair Milk
  2. Bee Mine Hair and Scalp Moisturizer (scalp only)
  3. Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream
  4. Optimum Amla Legend 1001 Oils Cream Night (canopy, edges and nape only)

My hair was super soft after the initial wash day, and I actually got to skip a night of moisturizing (almost unheard of for me!). It still feels pretty good now. These pictures were taken at the end of a humid, rainy day. I think my little curls held up quite well.

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