by Charelle of Candy Curl
April hasn’t been an interesting month for me and my hair. Just sticking to the routine. I have decided, however, to cut out silicones once and for all. I was using the Organic Root Stimulator Hair Mayonnaise for my weekly deep conditioning treatments and one day I decided to look at the ingredients. It contains silicones and parabens, which did not sit well with me. It makes no sense for me to deep condition with a product that has silicones and then try to moisturize my hair afterwards. The moisture that I try to infuse my hair with will be blocked by the residue of the silicones that I would have only washed out with water.
My new deep conditioner will consist of just some TreSemme Naturals Conditioner, olive oil and honey. I’m also going to start deep conditioning my hair prior to washing it. I wash my hair every Friday night, wear it out Saturday and Sunday, then bun it for the rest of the week. Every morning during the week, I’ll take down my bun, refresh with water and slather my hair with coconut oil, then put it back in a bun. I know, pretty boring.
This month, I mostly wore Bantu Knot-Outs, Wash ‘n Gos and Twist ‘n Curls.
… Until next month, can’t wait to meet some of you at the meet-up later this month!!
Want to see Charelle’s first GOC – The Sequel post? Then, check it out here.
Oh! So this is what a Bantu Knot-out should look like?!?! LOL. Mine NEVER looks like that. Your hair looks really cute.
Thanks Rece! That’s the only time I got it to look like that because it was fully dry before I took it down. Normally it’s still damp and then it’s Frizz City lol
Love your hair! The opening pic is absolute perfection! BTW, do people tell you you look like Jennifer Hudson?
Thank you Tracy! Some one actually told me I look like her on Saturday, lol.
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