I wash my hair yesterday, following the same routine I tried out last week and it worked really well again. I started off by pre-pooing with Hair Trigger Growth Elixir (check out my review here) on my scalp and Hairitage Hydration (HH) Alaya Oil on the length of my hair. I warmed up the HH Alaya Oil before applying it to my hair. I had initially intended to record my steps for this wash day but I ended up getting a migraine shortly after I started my wash day so I nixed that idea. If you’d like to see the pre-poo portion, you can watch it here. After I applied the oils to my hair, I covered with a plastic cap and then my Turbie Twist to contain the oil and flopped on the couch to watch some football.
After pre-pooing, I shampooed with Organix Repairing Awapuhi Ginger Shampoo. I used the color applicator bottle pictured here and diluted the shampoo with water to make it easier to cleanse my scalp with minimal manipulation. I’m still kicking myself for not trying this sooner. After shampooing, I did a green tea rinse. Check out this post for a few benefits of green tea rinses. I let the tea sit in my hair a few minutes, then rinsed with water, and applied Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Daily Treatment for a few minutes (or the amount of time it took to shave).
I ended up throwing my hair up into a loose bun for bed. I actually can’t remember the last time I cross wrapped my hair for bed. I’ve been doing loose buns for a while now, alternating their location to avoid causing breakage at one spot.
All in all, I’m really liking this new group of products. My hair came out fluffy, soft, and smooth with less shedding and tangles to deal with *happy dance*