Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Snowing & Still Struggling With Hair Moisture

It is 2:19pm in Georgia and I am about to see the snow fall.  My hair is dry again and I am impatiently waiting for my Sally's order to come in because this winter is especially brutal on my hair.  This is the time where you will see a lot of shed.  I talked about shedding seasons in my book and it really goes into depth about what to expect so you can ensure you achieve the most #lengthretention possible.

I am moving on to the next treatment.  It will consist of a moisture mask composed of:

Ion Color Defense Intense Moisture

Elasta QP Olive Oil and Mango Butter Leave-In Conditioner

Mixed Chicks Detangling Conditioner

I will do something similar to this, but I will not the Shampoo.  I am going to preheat the oil, just because my parts have stayed their line, my hairline has minded it's business, Georgia will shut down due to snow flurries and I THINK I DESERVE A HOT OIL TREATMENT!

Sidenote: I will eat Cinnamon Pecan Special K with Almond Milk (pretend it's Cinnamon Toast Crunch) while watching Top 5 with there hubster, kid, and dogs.

I will combine this on my hair after I have #cowashed and dried it with one of my husband's cotton Tshirts.  I have no plans to go anywhere so I will cover it with a conditioner cap and turban and give that a full day.

Last Step:  Steam for 50 minutes and rinse with cool water!

If you try the same thing, let me know how it works for you!

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