Just like with my last wash day I sectioned my hair in four and saturated with Mane and Tail Detangler. I then hopped in the shower with my detangling brush to thoroughly detangle my hair with running water. I parted each section in half since detangling in smaller sections is easiest and I braided each section once I was done.
I wanted to thoroughly clarify my hair so I used my Redken Hair Cleansing Cream and massaged into my scalp and hair (which was still in braids), then thoroughly rinsed.
Since I noticed a little breakage I decided to finish off my jar of ORS Hair Mayonnaise. Yay!!! I emptied a product!! But sadly I will probably just replace it with something else that I don't need to buy. Ha!
I used my Hot Head Conditioning Cap for a deep treatment. Love this thing! After my hair cooled, I rinsed out the conditioner and followed up with Herbal Essences Naked Moisture Conditioner.
|Love my Hot Head Conditioning Cap|
TIME TO STYLE
I couldn't make up my mind how I wanted to style my hair, but I wanted to give my hair a break from the blow dryer and wanted to do something fun. Since I have fallen in love with perm rods, thought I'd try my hand at a flat twist and curl. I had no idea how this was going to turn out, but it wasn't too bad. Some spots were a little frizzy but I actually liked the results. I thought it was going to be a big mess!
For my leave-ins I decided on Carol's Daughter Hair Milk Leave in Conditioner, coconut oil, and Carol's Daughter Hair Milk Styling Pudding. I massaged a little castor oil mixed with peppermint oil to my scalp before taking down the twists.
I will definitely be doing this style again. Loved the curls and the volume! I realized that I've reached a point in my hair journey where I feel more comfortable with doing more with my hair and trying new styles. I'm doing a lot more than I used to in the beginning. Finally having fun with my hair!
So how was your wash day experience? Did anyone try any new styles lately? Please do tell and share your post in the Wash Day Experience link-up hosted by S.O.S. and JGA.
Thanks for reading, my friends! Until the next post. :)