A proud moment! I hold on to stretching my hair for 20 weeks, but now is time to texlax my hair. My new growth is nice and thick. Although I was ready to texlax my hair, there was one problem. I washed my hair a few days ago, so when I decided to process my hair I still had clean scalp.
moisturize routine with African Pride
Normally after washing my hair I moisturize my hair with a leave-in, but sometimes I do have my lazy moments. That’s what happened in the video below. After washing I didn’t do anything with my hair as a result that my hair was screaming for some moisture.
Moisturizing my hair is really basic. It doesn’t matter which product I use my method will always be the same.
My basic steps!
- Detangle my hair
- Divide my hair in four sections. Believe me working in sections really helps
- Apply cream to my hair in small parts. Depending how dry my hair is the smaller my section will be
- Seal my hair with an oil.
In this video I’m using African Pride Miracle Shea Butter Hair Moisturizer & Growth Oil.
MUSIC TO MY EARS!
And there I was in a dark place asking myself ‘how are things getting better’. The good thing was I knew I had to make a change, but now was the question where to start?
L’Oreal Paris Botanical Lavendel Conditioner
I’m desperate on a search for a hydrating conditioner. Back in the beginning of my hair journey I used Nexxus Humectress conditioner, but I had to buy this through Amazon every time. Years has gone by and I noticed that I really miss using a hydration conditioner for my hair. So guess what … I’m on a mission.
Wash routine on Saturday October 6!
12 weeks post relaxer
This past Saturday was a very interesting day. I wanted to wash my hair with a clarifying shampoo, but guess what …. There was no shampoo. I was forced to leave the house to buy a bottle.
“It was a must to clarify my hair”