(Co) Wash Day

11.12.2014
HAIR UPDATE: I got my hair cut a week ago, 11/06/14, Post coming soon. Stay tuned. This cowash was done the day before I got my hair cut.
(I) Miracle 7 Deep Conditioner (II) VO5 Moisture Milks Strawberries and Cream Moisturizing Conditioner (III) Coconut Oil {white container with orange lid}(IV) Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie (V) Aubrey Organics GPB Balancing Conditioner (VI) Sweet Almond oil {belongs to my mother but I used some this time around lol} (VII) Honey

This is all I used to co-wash my hair and its actually what I use for my regular pre poo. My pre poo always includes oils, honey, and conditioner. There are a few new products in the photo, but the Miracle 7 and sweet almond oil belongs to my mom lol.  The Aubrey Organics is something I have had for a while but I only use it when I need protein. (Seldom lol)
I mixed a little of each product together inside the Shea Moisture jar pictured above. It was so very creamy and melted the tangles away from my hair. I loved it. I applied it like a perm in sections from scalp to ends. However, the miracle 7 kind of sat on top of my hair instead of penetrating it. I'm not a fan of conditioners that don't soak in but my hair was very soft.
I simply rinsed the conditioner out and de-tangled in small sections. Voila...this is the finished result. The next morning, I simply straightened my hair in order to get my hair cut. Unfortunately I don't have a photo of my hair style. (Coming Soon)

The Wash Day Experience




2 comments on "(Co) Wash Day"
  1. Your curls make me drool! I just love them! I love how your co-wash mixture really helps define them. About how many twists do you and and how long does it take to do them?

    Thanks for sharing your #washdayexperience chica!

    KLP @ SavingOurStrands

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    1. Thank you KLP. I normally did ten to twelve twists in about 15-20 minutes. I miss my hair now. I've cut it since this post.

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