Today I washed my hair in the sink using a cup to help get the water all over my head. Now that my hair is cut even lower, wash day is a breeze. I don’t need to wash in sections. I don’t really need to detangle before hand anymore and I can shampoo, condition and deep condition in less than an hour! I got my hair soaking wet and then massaged the shampoo all over. I rub on my scalp really good and then squeeze the suds down my hair to my roots and then off my hair. This helps get my hair strands clean from root to tip. I rinsed with the water and then massage the conditioner all over. I finger detangle with the conditioner in and then rinse it out. I then slab the deep conditioner on my hair and massage it all over. Now I know I could skip the conditioner and just go right on to deep condition, but I’m a creature of habit. I’ve always conditioned and then deep conditioned. I don’t think I’ll ever change this habit, ever. Today I decided not to get under the dryer but instead put on a plastic cap and then tied my hair up in my Turbie Twist. I actually still have the deep conditioner in my hair as I type this.
- Design Essentials Natural Curl Cleanser
- Design Essentials Natural Moisturizing Conditioner
- ORS Hair Mayonnaise Treatment (review)
Read how else I’ve Pampered my Hair in the past
If you were paying attention then you already know that I’m deep conditioning right now, so I haven’t moisturized and styled just yet, but my plan is to style my hair in a twist out on top and coil the sides and the back, because they are too short to twist. I’ll be using the OBIA products for the very first time. I promised them a review back in March and it’s almost Oct. Shame on me.
Products I will be using
- OBIA Curl Hydration Spray (all over as a leave in)
- OBIA Curl Moisture Cream (on the top of my hair to twist)
- OBIA Curl Enhancing Custard (on the sides and back to coil)