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Topic: Pre-poo regime/recipe!
Posted By: iloveeliza8
Subject: Pre-poo regime/recipe!
Date Posted: Aug 07 2011 at 3:23pm
I am sooo inspired by how others take care of their hair & i want to treat mine better. I have decided to make a pre-poo so i will be washing it a total of 2 times the first time will be with the pre-poo & the second with herbal essence (it works wonders on curly hair 'makes it VERY easy to comb through :) ) & conditioning it for about 15 minutes. I am going to use : honey,olive oil,shea butter & rosemary or tyme & some matrix biolage shampoo(just a tad bit). What do you all think of that regime/recipe 'any tips?



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Posted By: queenbeehoney74
Date Posted: Aug 20 2011 at 2:55pm
I have never tired that reg, but it sounds okay.. How did it turn out? What are you pre-poo ing your hair for, moisture, protein, growth, or just simply cleansing?Smile

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Posted By: iloveeliza8
Date Posted: Aug 23 2011 at 11:07am
I do the Pre-poo so that my hair will be ULTRA clean so it will last awhile. I decided not to do that regimen ... i decided on starting my Carols daughter journey :) .. this is the regimen i used
I pre-poo with Tui herbal shampoo then for the actual wash i use herbal essence & i condition my hair for about 15 mins. After that i spray in the CD black vanilla leave in conditioner then i part my hair & comb it out then i put some Tui hair smoothie in for my deep conditioning & i sit under the dryer for 15 mins on a low temp. Then blow dry to where it is straight .. then i put some hair balm on it then i straighten it ... it turned out BEAUTIFULL ! :)


Posted By: Frichickeni4me
Date Posted: Mar 04 2012 at 2:28pm
I use chicken grease with peanut butter.  I know it sound nasty but that isht works.  Just use one cup of fried yard bird grease with one cup of aztec peanut butter.  Leave it on you head for bout an hour then go wash it out and use your regular poo on your hair.  


Posted By: mskraizy
Date Posted: Mar 17 2012 at 11:02pm
I've never heard of someone prepooing with shampoo but hey, I won't knock it!

Coconut oil all the way for me. Most times I'll use a cheapie conditioner under it and use that time to finger detangle majority of the shed hairs, leave it in for about 10-15 minutes, and by the end of wash day, my hair feels soooooo goooooood....


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Posted By: Cute110027
Date Posted: Mar 26 2012 at 9:09pm
i usually do a hot oil treatment for the pre-poo...i mix oils like coconut oil, jojoba oil, castor oil, and haitian castor oil together and let it sit using the baggy method...than i proceed with a shampoo


Posted By: Cute110027
Date Posted: Mar 26 2012 at 9:11pm
im sorry ive never heard of this beforeEmbarrassed....how long have you been doing it?


Posted By: Cute110027
Date Posted: Mar 26 2012 at 9:12pm
Originally posted by Frichickeni4me Frichickeni4me wrote:

I use chicken grease with peanut butter.  I know it sound nasty but that isht works.  Just use one cup of fried yard bird grease with one cup of aztec peanut butter.  Leave it on you head for bout an hour then go wash it out and use your regular poo on your hair.  

im sorry ive never heard of this beforeEmbarrassed....how long have you been doing it?


Posted By: lollypop036
Date Posted: Mar 30 2012 at 7:34pm
 
Originally posted by Frichickeni4me Frichickeni4me wrote:

I use chicken grease with peanut butter.  I know it sound nasty but that isht works.  Just use one cup of fried yard bird grease with one cup of aztec peanut butter.  Leave it on you head for bout an hour then go wash it out and use your regular poo on your hair.  
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Posted By: DivaCrat09
Date Posted: Apr 07 2012 at 3:36pm
Originally posted by Cute110027 Cute110027 wrote:

i usually do a hot oil treatment for the pre-poo...i mix oils like coconut oil, jojoba oil, castor oil, and haitian castor oil together and let it sit using the baggy method...than i proceed with a shampoo

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Posted By: ebonynicole
Date Posted: Apr 27 2012 at 2:30pm
Originally posted by Frichickeni4me Frichickeni4me wrote:

I use chicken grease with peanut butter.  I know it sound nasty but that isht works.  Just use one cup of fried yard bird grease with one cup of aztec peanut butter.  Leave it on you head for bout an hour then go wash it out and use your regular poo on your hair.  


Hey, I'm not knock in it!! My mother said back in the day ppl used to use lard to oil their scalp and do their hair..

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Posted By: ellebelle
Date Posted: May 14 2012 at 7:58pm
This sounds crazy!



Originally posted by Frichickeni4me Frichickeni4me wrote:

I use chicken grease with peanut butter.  I know it sound nasty but that isht works.  Just use one cup of fried yard bird grease with one cup of aztec peanut butter.  Leave it on you head for bout an hour then go wash it out and use your regular poo on your hair.  


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Posted By: Faithfully2002
Date Posted: Nov 11 2012 at 1:51pm
Lol at fried chicken grease and peanut butter. I hope ur not serious.

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Posted By: yaya24
Date Posted: Nov 12 2012 at 7:21pm
I use Oyin Handmade Burnt Sugar Pomade as a pre shampoo.



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Posted By: HappilyKinky
Date Posted: Nov 22 2012 at 1:14pm
Originally posted by iloveeliza8 iloveeliza8 wrote:

I am sooo inspired by how others take care of their hair & i want to treat mine better. I have decided to make a pre-poo so i will be washing it a total of 2 times the first time will be with the pre-poo & the second with herbal essence (it works wonders on curly hair 'makes it VERY easy to comb through :) ) & conditioning it for about 15 minutes. I am going to use : honey,olive oil,shea butter & rosemary or tyme & some matrix biolage shampoo(just a tad bit). What do you all think of that regime/recipe 'any tips?
 
I love the recipe... I try to include honey in all my pre-poos. The honey leaves my hair so soft, moist, and manageable. This week's pre-poo will consist of fresh avocado, lavendar, olive oil, yogurt, jojoba oil, wheat germ oil, and of course honey...


Posted By: LillyMcPatterson
Date Posted: Dec 03 2012 at 10:21pm
So by "pre-poo" you mean pre shampoo....right?


Posted By: HappilyKinky
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 5:24pm
Originally posted by LillyMcPatterson LillyMcPatterson wrote:

So by "pre-poo" you mean pre shampoo....right?
 
 
Yes...
 
According to CurlyNikki " Applying a conditioning treatment to the hair prior to shampooing / washing so as to add moisture to the follicles.
 
I agree... Because I find most shampoos to be so stripping to my hair. So, by doing a pre-poo (be it hot oil treatment or other natural treatment) prepares my hair for shampooing.
 
Believe me it works!


Posted By: LillyMcPatterson
Date Posted: Dec 06 2012 at 11:02pm
Oh ok, so "pre" is suposed to mean before?


Posted By: sakinadee
Date Posted: Dec 12 2012 at 1:19pm
I just started do ing this pre poo regimen on my hair and my 3 girls hair and it has been a GOD SEND for us in this cold dry ohio winter air!!!!
Chicoro's Moisture-Drenched Pre-Poo

Ingredients you will need:

In a bowl mix

• ½ cup of aloe vera juice or whole leaf aloe vera

• 1-2 tablespoons of your favorite oil (wheat germ, olive, safflower, walnut etc)

In a separate Bowl melt

• Food grade coconut oil (1/4 cup)

• Sit the bottle or jar in hot water- do not put in microwave or on the stove!
Remember, everyone's hair has different needs. You may need more or less of this mixture. Or, your hair may not like this at all. None of these will irrevocably change your hair. Thus, you just need to wash out the mixture if your hair doesn't like it.

1. Using your fingers, separate your hair into 4- 8 sections. If your hair is caked with hard product, rinse your hair first. Gently handle the first section. First, smooth the hair in a downward direction. You are just trying to make sure that all the hair is going in one direction. You don't need to completely detangle the hair at this point.

2. Dip your hair in the bowl of aloe vera and oil or cup your hands in the mixture and transfer it to the section onto your hair. Work it through. Get the aloe vera/oil mix into your hair from root to tip. Make sure it is moist throughout the sectioned hair. If your hair is long enough, twist it and wrap it around like a bantu knot. If it is not, try to twist it and move it out the way. Repeat until you have done this to each section.

3. You should have a head full of aloe vera mixed with oil twisted sections. Go back to the first twist you did. Undo it, pour the liquid coconut oil in your hand and work through the section. Re-twist it and repeat on whole head. Place a plastic shower cap on your head for 15-60 minutes. Your moisturizing pre-poo is complete!

1. Mix all the ingredients together. You can even place them in a spray bottle. Spray the mixture on your freshly rinsed hair.
2. Work the leave -in mixture into your hair from root to tip.
3. Do not rinse out this mixture
4. Style your natural hair as usual.

There you have it! This routine is one way to add moisture to your hair. I hope you can keep your hands out of your soft, moist, beautiful afro-textured hair! < style="left: 0px; top: 0px; : ;" id="aswift_1" ="0" height="90" marginHeight="0" Border="0" width="728" allowTransparency="true" name="aswift_1" marginWidth="0" scrolling="no" ="0">


Posted By: lilmamabenz
Date Posted: Dec 20 2012 at 9:00pm
I need to get on these! Sounds like it does wonders for our hair



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