Friday, September 7, 2012

Wash Day

My wash day took place on Tuesday, just in time for my interview (which I got and accepted the job). I sprayed my hair with water and applied my Organic Root Simulator Olive Oil Hair Masque deep conditioner. This was my first time using this conditioner and I was pleased with the results. I left it in my hair for about an hour before rinsing it out in the shower.  It left my hair buttery soft and moisturized. I will be posting a review for this product in the near future. I shampooed with CON Argon Oil Shampoo and did a 1 min conditioner rinse with NTM Daily Deep Conditioner. I then t-shirt dried my hair and added my leave in, which was the CON Argon Oil leave-in spray. I added a small amount of GVP's Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Serum and blow dried on medium warm heat. Next, I added a nickle sized amount of IC Fantasia Heat Protectant serum. I flat ironed and styled my hair in a traditional wrap. My hair was light and silky. I was in love with the results!

After my interview


After two days of wearing my hair down and straight, I curled it with about 6 bantu knots. Due to the heat my hair reverted back straight by the end of the night. Surprisingly, I didn't have a lot of frizz. It was nice while it lasted. Today I wore a mid-bun. I don't think I will be adding any more heat to my hair for a few months. I'm thinking until the end of the year. I plan to roller-set frequently during the fall. If I want a straight look I will more than likely do a silk wrap. In the meantime I plan to perfect my braidouts and bantu knotouts. 

15 comments:

  1. your hair looks great and congrats on the job!!!

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  2. Congrats on the job and your hair - looking good!

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  3. Congrats on your job!!!! Your hair looks really great. My hair hasn't been cooperating with curly looks too much either.

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  4. Congratulations on your new job!!!

    I saw the Olive Oil Masque in the BSS last week and was tempted. Gonna go research to see if it protein free. Looking forward to your review.

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  5. Congrats on the job! Hair looks great!

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  6. Congrats!! I'd love to see how you do your bantu knots and roller sets.

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    1. Thank you. I'm still new to them both, but I plan to perfect them both before the end of the winter.

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  7. Congratulations on the new job...I love your hair!!!

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