- Started off by sectioning hair into 6 chunky twists, 3 on each side. Hair was dry but it had flakes because I guess garnier fructis and cantu shea butter don't mix either....haaa. That was thee most BANGIN twistout I had in awhile but it looked like I had major dandruff. =(
- Hopped in the shower and started off by shampooing with Garnier Fructis Length and Strength Shampoo. I've been using this for awhile now and I really do like it. Gets my hair clean and makes it feel stronger. I shampooed one side at a time which equates to three twists at a time. After that side was cleaned, I went in twist by twist applying Suave Naturals Strawberry Conditioner, a personal favorite ♥ and detangled my hair with my double-sided curvy comb under the running water in the shower then retwisted that section. Worked like a charm. I did that for all twists all over.
- After that hopped out of the shower and applied SheScentIt's Banana Brulee Deep Conditioner to each of the 6 twists. It is a nice and thick deep conditioner (♥ it!) and then went through my hair with my denman 1) to get out ALL the shed hairs and 2) I just really like to see the way my curls are defined lol. And then retwisted up the section. On the two front twists, because the sections were bigger and I have more uneven layers, I divided them into 2 sections and applied the conditioner and detangled with my denman.
Currently still letting my hair marinate in the sweet goodness of this deep conditioner! I feel that had I not detangled my hair previously before using this conditioner and wet it and all that jazz, I probably would have used up that entire 16 oz jar of deep conditioner. But thanks to all that prepping, I have another use out of it. Maybe *just enough* to get another use of it, maybe more if I mix it with my ORS deep conditioner. But we'll see. Right now I'm just enjoying this wash day and thinking about what's my next stop. How should I style my hair?
I'm thinking about doing some twists. But I also want to try a braidout but...I dunno.
~ keep calm'n coily ~