Lately I have been back on my Youtube binge watching natural hair tutorials. I like learning new hair regimens to try to also new products to try out. It’s also nice to see other naturalist’s either in the same stage as me or with similar hair texture. It has been a while since I tried a new wash n go regimen. I have uploaded a new video to my channel and I wanted to share it here as well.
Over the weekend I watched a few videos of natural hair ladies doing wash n go how-to tutorials. What intrigued me was that each video that I watched, they didn’t use much products. That is good for me, I also feel as though it defeats the purpose of washing your hair and then packing on 4-5 different hair products. The goal is to have moisturized hair and defined curls.
Sundays are my designated wash days , I use shampoo, conditioner, and I deep condition my hair for about thirty minutes. Lately I have shampoo my hair twice a month. Being as though I workout and I sweat heavily, I wash my hair two to three times a week. My go-to hairstyle is a twist out which typically my hair will remain twisted until I am going out somewhere, that is when I will take it down and at night I section my hair with my fingers and place elastic bands around my hair.
The products I used:
- Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Co-wash Conditioning Cleanser
- Renpure Coconut Water Replenishing Treatment Mist
- Renpure Whipped Creme Leave-In Conditioner
- Eco Style Black Castor Flaxseed Oil Gel
I filmed a full tutorial on my YouTube channel for #WashnGoWednesday. You can watch it here.
Pictured below are the final results of my Wash n Go, I let my hair air dry as I always do. I want to invest in a diffuser but I figured perhaps when my hair is a bit longer.
I have been using the Eco Style Black Castor & Flaxseed Oil Gel for a few months now, even for my flat twist out routine. The product maintains a hold, it does have a light crunch but it doesn’t leave my hair dry or hard. My curls bounce back. The product is now available at Sally’s Beauty Supply store.