This can be a tough one when you have curly/wavy hair. I've been on the same hair routine for a year and a half and it seems to be working for me so far. I don't use a conditioner because I'm simply trying to avoid using a high number of products. Someone who filled in for my hair stylist one day told me that I can mash up an avocado and leave it in my hair, wrap my hair in a towel for 5 minutes and rinse it out. It's supposed to condition beautifully. I was going to try it, but the avocado ended up going bad before I could put it in my hair aaaaand I haven't bought another one yet. Woops.
Here are the products I use:
I use the nitrile gloves because there's still a little bit of fragrance in the products and I don't want to slather that all over my skin every day because they don't tell us the actual ingredients in the "fragrance" - just like how they don't have to list what extracts are made of. A lot of the time, extracts have PG in them. Also, I usually have a little dermatitis on my fingers or hands and I don't want to irritate it further with any sort of chemicals or even any food. When I cook dinner, I wear them because I don't like to add all those extra factors to the well being of my skin. I've never been able to get all of my skin completely clear at one time, so I don't like to push my luck.
And here is my routine:
- Wash hair with Prell and rinse
- Lightly wring hair out and wrap head in a towel for a minute or two
- Put on gloves
- Put a quarter size dollop of Pantene Styling Creme in your hands, rub together and run your fingers through all of your hair
- Flip head over and dry for 30 seconds on low heat, medium speed and with a diffuser attachment
- Flip head back over and part hair
- Twist small sections of hair around your fingers starting with the front and then the top layer. Do the underside last
- Spray all over with Tresemme Ultra Fine Mist Hairspray
- Dry with hair dryer for 15 seconds on low heat, low speed with no diffuser attachment while aiming down the hair shaft
And TA-DAA my hair looks like this:
Hi guys! This is the first photo I've posted on here in which you can actually see my whole face :-)
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Hope this helps!