I have been waiting for this day. My new growth was ready for a touch up. Stretching for 20 weeks was enough, because my new growth needed to be laid.
Step 1 | protect the scalp
When I was done with detangling my hair and sectioned it in four parts, I based my scalp with DAX Vegetable Oils Pomade for a protecting layer. When I was done with my scalp I applied Dax to the length of my hair.
We have entered a new month, a new quarter. To start the month of right it’s time for some clarifying. My previous wash routine was a detox treatment, so I’m really curious on how my hair is going to feel after washing.
In this video I’m sharing my deep condition routine with ORS Olive Oil Replenishing conditioner.
After washing my hair I decided to film my deep condition process to give you some insight
Back with ORS
The time has come that I’m going to use mainly ORS hair products for my wash routine. During the week I have been neglecting with moisturizing my hair. Because of that my hair was definitely in need for a moisture boost!
It’s that time again, the laziness is kicking in. Being 17 weeks post relaxer, I should be more consistent with washing my hair, but yeah here we are again.
STEP 1 | SHAMPOO
To wash my hair I used ORS Monoï Oil Fortifying Shampoo. In sections of two I washed my hair. Lately I have been washing my hair in two sections instead of four sections. Not that it’s a bad thing, but the switch is funny to me. During the wash I could feel that my hair was ‘over’ moisturized. How? Well I always take a view hair stands and stretch it. When a strand has an elastic feel to it (just like an elastic rubber) then my hair is ‘over’ moisturized. That’s a sign for me that I need to do a protein treatment.
After 23 week being post relaxer, it’s was time to texlax my hair. Every time I tell myself that I’m not going to stretch my hair for more than 16 weeks, but hey here I am. This time around I my normal relax routine had a twist.