7 Weeks Post Relaxer: Retesting As I Am Cleansing Pudding

During my wash day last week, I used the As I Am Cleansing Pudding for the first time. Spoiler alert, my hair wasn't too crazy about it.

What I've learned though since I started my hair journey earlier this week that it usually takes a few times of using a product for me to finally conclude whether or not my hair likes it.

With that in mind, I decided to give the As I Am Cleansing Pudding another go.

Retesting As I Am Cleansing Pudding | A Relaxed Gal
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Pre-pooed

My hair is loving dry deep conditioning as a pre-poo, so as not to upset my hair I pulled out my trusty Eden BodyWorks Jojoba Monoi Deep Conditioner. This time I wanted to add some strength to my wash day so I mixed in some sunflower oil which is a ceramide. After slathering the mix on and I let it marinate with my Hot Head heating cap on for about 30 minutes. I also took advantage of this time to vacuum and mop my condo floors.

Cleansed

I tried the As I Am Cleansing Pudding again. This time I didn't let it sit for a few minutes as the directions said. I also worked it in at my scalp like I do with shampoo and didn't apply it to my hair. The result was my hair didn't feel as stripped as it did the first time.

Conditioned

Unlike my last wash day, I remembered the green tea rinse comes next, then the conditioner. After leaving both on for a few minutes and then rinsing, my hair felt a bit more moisturized.

Leave in and sealant

Nothing new here. I continue to use a mix of Eden BodyWorks Coconut Shea Leave In Conditioner and Thermafuse HeatSmart Serum.

Relaxed hair wash day: Low bun 7 weeks post relaxer touch up | arelaxedgal.com

Dried

I opted to fully air dry. Even though that meant going to bed with damp roots. To keep them stretched I cross wrapped my hair. Sunday morning it was dry, but moisturized.

Styled

For church on Sunday morning, I put my hair in a side bun which looked really nice.




7 Weeks Post Relaxer: Retesting As I Am Cleansing Pudding 7 Weeks Post Relaxer: Retesting As I Am Cleansing Pudding Reviewed by Leah | A Relaxed Gal on 30 September Rating: 5

10 comments:

  1. Buns are my to go style any day!

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    1. Mine too! I never used to wear my hair in a bun, but I love buns now. Thanks for reading Tomes!

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    1. A low bun is my fave. For some reason I can't get a high bun to look good. Thanks for reading Nerline!

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  3. Your side low bun is adorable! Can you show us how you cross wrap your hair?

    Thanks for sharing your washdayexperience chica!

    KLP | SavingOurStrands

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    1. Thanks KLP. I sure can show how I cross wrap my hair. Here's the tutorial http://www.arelaxedgal.com/2015/07/hair-tip-how-i-cross-wrap-my-hair.html

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  4. I have never thought about cross-wrapping my hair to keep my roots stretched while they air-dry. Of course, I'm not good at cross-wrapping anyway, but that's such a good idea! Cute bun, too!

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    1. Thanks Melanie! I cross wrap since I can't for the life of me master the traditional wrap. If you'd like to try cross wrapping again, here's my tutorial on how I do it http://www.arelaxedgal.com/2015/07/hair-tip-how-i-cross-wrap-my-hair.html

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  5. Cute low bun :) your hair looks good too.

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