Also, I used the Caruso Steam Rollers again on my relaxed hair. Sadly, I didn't get a chance to take any pictures of the steam roller curls. Good news though. I used my satin pillow rollers a couple of nights later and got some good pics of the resulting curls.
Pre-pooUsed Eden BodyWorks Jojoba Deep Conditioner with my Hot Head heating cap on for 40 minutes. So far so good.
CleansedI broke out the As I Am Cleansing Pudding. It has a slight coconut smell and is a bit thinner than I expected (it is called a pudding after all). I was surprised at how much it foamed and how little I needed to use. After using, my hair felt squeaky clean. So clean it felt a little stripped. Uh-oh.
ConditionedOnce again, I forgot to do my green tea rinse before I applied the conditioner (sigh). Similar to last week, I applied the Thermafuse HeatSmart Serum Conditioner, left it on for about five minutes, did my green tea rinse and applied L'Oreal Advanced Haircare Total Repair 5 Restoring Conditioner to combat the slight drying effect green tea has on my hair.
Leave in and sealantAfter rinsing my hair felt clean, but not moisturized. I t-shirt dried for about 30 minutes and applied Eden BodyWorks Coconut Shea Leave In that I mixed with Thermafuse HeatSmart Serum.
Dry and styleI was able to air dry though my roots were still damp when I went to bed. They were still damp in the morning. So I hopped under my hooded dryer for 20 minutes, curled my hair with my Caruso rollers and went to church. My hair was fluffier and softer than I expected.
I didn't have the best experience with the As I Am Cleansing Pudding, but that tends to be the case when I first use a product. I plan to continue using it to see if my hair comes to like it.
What type of curlers do you use to style your hair?