I had to cut my hair because I was getting tired of the unevenness. It irritated me. I’m not touching BSL anymore, but now I’m a FULL APL.
(It’s no worries because I will get my length back through the Inversion Method Challenge 👍)
Nice and Curly Winding Down Control Gel: I used this on my recent twist out and my curl result was good. My hair held on to the curls all day long and the next day by only using half of the sample on my damp hair. But the down side is on the third day. On the third day my hair felt extra dry and stiff. I used my usually moisturizer and seal but it wouldn’t work. I believe that I had product build up :( but it was okay because it was time for Clarifying Wash :)
after the wash my hair went back to its normal state
Co Wash Day: Twist Out with flexi rods
For those of you with relaxed hair, what do y’all do to combat breakage? Like what products and stuff do you use?
I moisturize my hair with a water based moisturizer and then I seal it with Organix Coconut Milk Anti-Breakage Serum. Do this daily.
Inversion Method Update #1
The first month trial of the Inversion Method seems successful ! 😊 I have gained a denser amount of new growth which most likely means increased hair growth. I want to wait until the ending of May to officially compare my hair length. Can’t wait ☺
Protein treatments are great to use on a healthy hair journey. Most people who are on one use it. But those who perm,color,bleach,relax or heat style their hair should do a protein treatment.
Protein treatments can aid damaged hair. They prevent and temporarily repair damage hair. It fixes the hair shaft where it needs it. It fills in the broke area. Monthly or bi-monthly it should be used. Those who have serious damage or serve breakage in hair should try a protein treatment.
(The protein treatment that I use every month is the one in the picture shown above)
Some people on their hair journey stay away from shampoo that has sulfate or just from them altogether but there’s a kind of shampoo that I believe everyone should use (natural or relaxed).
Neutral Shampoo brings hair back to “normal”. It puts the hair back into its normal acidic ph level (usually ranges from 4-7). Most people who have fungi or bacteria problem with their scalp usually get it from using products that have a high ph level. Too much alkali is not a safe thing for the hair and the scalp.
Neutralizing shampoo also doesn’t strip all of your hair moisture away.
(I use the shampoo in the picture above)