STEP 1 | PRE-POO
Being consists is still a struggle, when it comes to moisturizing my hair during the week. That’s why I started my routine with a pre-poo treatment, using Garnier Whole Blends (Loving Blends) Repairing Conditioner. I’m starting to like this conditioner -for pre-poo only-. I pre-pooed for 30 minutes, without heat. As a result my hair was moist and tangled free.
STEP 2 | SHAMPOO
For washing my hair I used ORS HaiRepair Invigorating Shampoo. I’m not really a big fan of this shampoo, but I need to finish it. In sections of two I washed my hair twice. To dry my hair, I used a t-shirt and wrapped it for 20 minutes.
STEP 3 | CONDITION
I’m challenging myself to use a specific product for a period of time, so ORS Olive Oil Replenishing Conditioner is going to my number baby for a while. To give my conditioner treatment a little boost, I mixed the product with some oils (Castor Oil x Vitamin E Oil X Peppermint Oil). In sections of four I applied the product to my hair and condition for more than an hour, without heat. My love for this product is too much!! When my hair needs some extra love, I can always count on the Replenishing Conditioner.
STEP 4 | LEAVE-IN
Normally I would apply a leave-in right after rinsing my hair, but this time I just let my hair air-dried. As my hair was about 80% dry, I was getting annoyed with my thin ends. So I became scissor happy and did a quick trim on my hair. Please if you don’t know how to cut your hair, always go to a professional.
To moisturize my hair, I used a new product; African Pride Olive Miracle Moisturizer Lotion. For sealing my hair, I used African Pride Strengthening Growth Oil.
Tide my hair in a high bun and went on with my day.
I’m happy with my little cut. There are still some parts I need to cut, but I need some length for my high bun hairstyles – I know, get rid of it –. But I can honestly say, I’m happy with the thickness of my hair.
The journey to healthy thick hair continues.