Wash-day is in full effect, because my scalp is in need for some TLC. I’m ready to wash my scalp and moisturize my hair with Creme of Nature Argan, but mainly my scalp. This week I didn’t apply on oil to my scalp every day. I wanted to give my scalp some rest and let my natural sebum do its work. Let’s start this wash routine by using Creme of Nature Argan Oil products.
My hair was screaming for a wash. I have been moisturizing my hair every night, so you can imagine all the build I have. Also it has been a while that I detox my hair. I was in a debate with myself what to use, a scalp scrub or clay mask. I choose to use a clay mask, because I’m able to detox and also clarify my hair with it.
New month has come and I haven’t completed my hair treatments what I planned to do in August. So with this wash routine it’s time to do a hard protein treatment, because my hair was looking dull and lifeless.
I can’t remember when was the last time I flat iron my hair. You know that I like to air-dry my hair most of the time, but with this wash routine I wanted to flat iron my relaxed hair. For order to get the best results there are some specific steps that I take.
I have been doing good when it comes to moisturizing my hair during the week. This week I noticed that even when my hair was nicely moisturized, I still had some breakage. Small hair strands breakage om to be precise.
Yes, the moisture part is going good, now the protein part. Your hair needs to have the right moisture / protein for it to be healthy.
Normally I’m hyped to do a moisture treatment. Only with this wash I had my mind on a specific protein treatment. As I was proceeding with my routine I had to switch products, because their was something missing.