I tried the Dickey Method for wash and go today. I used Shea Moisture
gel and ecostyler olive oil gel. I LOVE how it made my natural texture
pop on its own. But, the Shea Moisture made my hair feel sticky. Me no
likey the sticky sticky. So, I think I'm gonna try it again tomorrow.
I'm gonna Detox my hair and then try it without the Shea Moisture.
that, I'm gonna stop playing in my hair and wearing it out. I'll have
to get back to putting my ends away. I cut 1.5-2 inches already after I
saw how janky my ends looked while trying that Beautiful Textures
Texture Manageability System. Not really splits but, still janky. But
I'm sure that was because I've been putting my ends up but not tucking
Also, I'm going to up my cowashing to at least 2x a
week. I was only cleansing weekly because I didn't want to have to deal
with my hair but, life seems easier now. I'm not having tangling
issues and look forward to getting back to my beloved cowashing.
Speaking of, how about this pic.
really njoy'g my natural hair and feel like it's getting bigger, as in
thicker. That's ok with me. As long as tangling isn't an issue, I'm
Oh, and I'm back to taking my Long & Healthy Essentials
hair vites. I didn't know how much I loved them until I was out for
about a week and tried another brand. I don't know why I thought I
wouldn't breakout but, within a couple days, I did. The Long &
Healthy Essentials has time-released super b-vite complex and c-vites so
that I don't get breakouts AND, it had my skin glowing like crazy. I
just got some in on Friday and am committed to making sure I don't run
On another note. Why in the world am I shopping for a
flat iron when I have no intention or current desire to flat iron? I
don't remember what caused me to go check out the GHD Eclipse flat iron
but, it looks interesting. Has anyone ever heard of this or used it? If
so, what's the skinny?
*shakes the thread*
Come out and play, ladies.