On to the wash day which was an exciting one for me for two reasons. Firstly my tea rinses were back (yea!). Secondly my hooded dryer was also back in the mix (no more tired arms!).
I started off with a deep pre-poo by sectioning my hair into four sections, spraying my scalp with Apple Cider Vinegar and applying L'Oreal Total Repair 5 Ceramide Conditioner on the length of my hair. After applying product to each section, I did two strand twists, pined the twists up and wore my Hot Head Deep Conditioning Cap for about an hour.
Due to this being a co-wash day, my cleansing product of choice was Eden BodyWorks Coconut Shea CoWash. My hair felt so moisturized.
Next was the tea rinse. For this I used green tea which I was a little concerned about because it can sometimes make my hair feel dry and I wasn't deep conditioning this week. To reduce the amount of drying that could happen I applied the green tea directly to and only to my scalp using an application bottle. The result, no dry hair.
After rinsing it was time to dry off which I did with a t-shirt for a couple of hours. I finished drying under my hooded dryer, but not before applying Nothing But Melted Shea Butter Leave-In Conditioner as my leave in. Once dry, I finished off with sunflower oil on my ends, wrapped my hair and went to bed.
The next morning I didn't want to wear my hair down. In my 2015 Hair Goals post I listed a goal of protecting my ends by wearing up-dos at least fives days each week. Well, last week I wore my hair up only four days. So my goal this week is to wear an up-do every day. Here's my first one which was side french braids with a bun in the back.
Related post: My 2015 Hair Goals
What hair style did you sport after your last wash day?