1. DC with ORS Hair Repair Conditioner pak, glycerine, grapeseed oil and a little bit of ORS Mayo for 1 hour in a heat cap
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2. Detangled hair
3. Rinsed out conditioner
4. Shampooed hair twice with Elasta QP crème conditioning shampoo
5.Coffee rinsed my hair using a spray bottle, let it drip out
6.Applied Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Daily Treatment for 5 mins
7. Rinsed out
8.Applied Tresemme Rich Moisturising conditioner for 5 mins
10. T-shirt dried my hair for 30 mins
11. Sprayed Aussie Miracle Hair Insurance Leave in Conditioner
12.Detangled hair, sprayed tresemme heat protector
13. Blow dried my hair on the cool setting and flat ironed on 180 degrees
14. M&S using ORS Carrot Oil and grape-seed oil
I DCed before I jumped into the shower, now I know there is the argument of DC on dirty hair, but I think the experiment is worth the shot, jumping in and out of the shower is oh so annoying.
The wash day outcome was great, really liked the ORS Hair Repair Conditioner pak, they should do it in normal big tubs, I don't think there is enough in a pak, glycerine is so amazing with DC really got my hair moisturised, like butter. ORS Hair repair nourishing conditioner has protein but right down at the bottom, so it’s most likely very mild. Love the smell, love the slip, love the texture, would definitely buy it again.
I blow dried my hair on cool, I haven’t done this before, my hair was puffy, the new growth is really setting in, my crown and back have a lot of new growth about an inch but my front has less new growth about ½ - ¾ inch. I then flat ironed at 180 degrees my hair was still puffy but tamed, I am currently 10 weeks post and in the home run, 3 weeks to go till am 13 weeks, if it carries on going this well then will try aim for a longer stretch.
Side note, had my first matting of new growth, but sprayed it with the Aussie leave in conditioner and castor oil and I managed to save a lot of my hair. Now am twisting my hair and M&S that way.
How was your recent wash day?
Happy Hair Journey’s Ladies and Gents! :-)
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