Sunday, 27 April 2014

Wash day | Moisture boost #week 2



This week’s highlight was moisture levels

[1] Sectioned hair in 3 and pre-pooed with coconut oil, and walnut oil on my scalp, each section was then braided.

[2] Put hair in heat cap for 30 minutes, and detangled

[3] DC on dry hair with Aunt Jackie’s Anti Poof Softening and Moisturising Conditioner, and added ORS Replenishing conditioner to my ends, used heat cap for 1 hour, and detangled

 [4] Shampooed hair with Elasta QP crème and conditioning Shampoo mixed with walnut oil, rosemary essential oil and peppermint essential oil and diluted

[5] Tea Rinsed with ginger tea and added HEHH conditioner for 5 mins. Rinsed

 [5] T-shirt dried hair for 30 mins.

[6] Sprayed Aussie Hair Miracle Insurance Leave in and coconut oil to each section and left it to air dry for 3 hour, detangled then tension blow dried my head on cool air.

[7] M&S with ORS Carrot Oil and a serum. (L = leave in O = coconut C = Carrot oil O=serum method)

[8] PS for this week see below, relaxer girl version of the TWA popular style

Weekly PS


Left: Initial style Right changed it up to get rid of the 'hole'



Next week’s wash day will focus on maintaining moisture and tea rinsing same as this week.

How was your wash day?

Why don’t you join the wash day experience linkup with SOS and Just grow already every Wednesday.

Happy Hair Journey’s Ladies! :o)

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14 comments:

  1. How do you like tension blow drying?

    Thanks for sharing your #washdayexperience chica!

    KLP | SavingOurStrands

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    1. I love tension blow dryer. I definitely like the results much much more than air drying,

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  2. Love the Aussie Moist leave-in especially when I have my braids. Thanks for Sharing=)

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    1. I have never used it with braids, but I can so see how it would be great! Thanks for the comment! ;)

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  3. I could never get my halo braid to look decent. Great protective styles, your ends are well protected.

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    1. Thanks Tomes, this is a real cheat of a halo braid, minus all the braiding!

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  4. I love this up-do. I have been so lazy about buying my coconut oil. Nice post! New follower.

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  5. This is a really cool look!

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