Co-Washing

 

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Hey Ya’ll! It’s Erica! So I have been experimenting with co-washing again. “Co-washing is something that you do not something you buy.”- Anthony Dickey  The technique is very important.  So here is how I co-wash my hair.

Section hair into two parts
Finger detangle under water
Apply conditioner to hair shaft and ends (I focus on my ends the most)
Let it sit for about 5-10 min and then rinse

The mistake that I made in the past was putting the conditioner on my scalp. Conditioners do not belong on the scalp; just the hair shaft and ends. It caused so much build up that I had to clarify with Dr. Bronners several times. That was the only shampoo that would thoroughly removed all of that build up.

Co-washing can be a good addition to your hair routine if done properly. It will never replace shampoo but it can keep the curls poppin’  in between wash days.

Do you co-wash? What is your favorite conditioner to use?!?

Much Love,

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Curly Hair Favorites

 

Hey Ya’ll! Long time huh? If you don’t know we had Hurricane Harvey come through Rockport, Houston and surrounding areas. Needless to say it was tough but we didn’t experience any damage to our home.  Thank God!  If you want to donate, here is a link to JJ Watts Relief Fund for Houston and surrounding areas.

 

Here are our current curly hair favorites…

 

~Erica~

Cantu Coil Calm Detangler

Palmer’s Coconut Oil Deep Conditioning Protein Pack

~Lesley~

Mixed Chicks Styling Cream

Cantu Coconut Curling Cream

Stay tuned for reviews of our favorites… What are your favorite hair products? Let us know!

Much Love,

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