I think by now you know that my hair is in need for some serious help. In my previous post I mentioned that I’m dealing with breakage and having split ends. At the moment we are dealing with the Corona crisis, but I’m dealing with some serious hair crisis. Because I still plan on stretching my hair till 20 weeks, I have called for some remedies.
In the morning I was all gassed up for my wash routine. I started my day with going to the gym and do some groceries. When I came home, I start thinking of which products to use and there is where I got stuck. Because of my last week wash routine I wanted to make sure that I only used products that have moisturizing elements.
Last Saturday’s wash routine was all about protein. With last week wash routine I noticed that my hair was limp and the breakage was real. While I was coming my hair I saw short strands falling on the ground. This was a sign that my hair needed a protein treatment. This is the reason why for this wash I focused on doing a protein treatment. Are you ready to have a wash day with ApHogee?
For the wash routine I decided to do a ‘hard’ protein treatment, because last week I texlaxed my hair. I can’t remember when I did a protein treatment – I really need to do better –
The routine started with washing my hair. As always I shampooed my hair in four sections using ApHogee Deep Moisture shampoo. The hair loss during the wash was minimal. After that I wrapped my hair with a towel and let it sit for 15 minutes, to soak all the water.
The last couple week I have been concentrating with getting rid of my split ends. In my recent post I mentioned that I need to take a break with using a flat iron on my hair. I’m really suffering from long split ends. My goals for this year is to reach BSL (Bra Strap Length), but first my main focus is retaining my length.
At this moment I’m 17 weeks post. I planned to texlaxed my hair at 20 weeks post.
PRE POO TREATMENT
More and more and loving doing a pre poo treatment with oils. In sections of four I applied an oil mix (Grape seed x Sesame seed x Coconut oil) to the length of my hair, concentration on my ends. For my scalp I used a different oil mix (Jamaican Black Castor x Coconut oil). I let the oils sit on my hair for about an hour.