Hot oil treatment every wash day [almost, but with good cause!]
My plan for the month of April was to do a hot oil treatment with every wash to help nurse by poor, splitting ends back to the peak of health. I almost completed this goal but had to switch oil for conditioner one wash day because my hair really needed the extra boost in moisture.
I used sunflower oil, HairVeda Vatika Frosting, and Jason Vitamin E Oil (which actually contains more than just vitamin E oil: Sunflower seed oil, safflower seed oil, tocopheryl acetate (also known as vitamin E acetate), tocopherol (vitamin E), rice bran oil, sweet almond oil, apricot oil, avocado oil, wheat germ oil, and lecithin) for my hot oil treatments last month.
 Use my steamer! [failed]
Ok, I’ll fess up. I didn’t even bother taking my steamer down from the shelf last month. My dome is cracked, but still usable (I dropped it last year) but somehow a few strands always manage to find a way to wedge in there and snag… and then break off when I move my head. Add in the fact that I always have to stack a couple casebooks under it to get it to a comfortable height… yea, there was no desire to bring my steamer down. I realize I’m basically complaining lol, but let’s pretend my complaints are really really valid reasons. #rriiiight #imnotbuyingiteither
 Do a roller set or flex rod set of some sort. Options: either a ponytail roller set, mesh roller set, magnetic roller set, or flexi rod set [completed]
For the steps and products used for this flexi rod set, check out this wash day post. For how these curls held up during the week, check out this post.
 Yoga practice/exercise a minimum 3 times a week [completed]
Kick boxing + gym + yoga and working out at home = an exercise filled April.
 No candy, no chips [failed]
Normally this goal is not an issue for me, but this month my willpower just wasn’t there. *hides Jolly Rancher wrappers behinds back*