I hope you guys had a fabulous day yesterday. Sorry for the day late post :)! I finally got around to washing my hair yesterday. I had no choice. I had pushed it off for two weeks and my hair was looking a hot mess! As evidenced by the first picture below. Anywho, before I washed my hair I sprayed a bit of aloe and water on it and braided it into several twist. I steamed my hair with the huetiful steamer for about 15 minutes. Afterwards, I applied the terresentials mud wash (see my review here http://www.lykelambswool.com/2012/01/terresentials-update.html and allowed it to sit on my hair for approximately 30 minutes or so. I guess you can say I gave my hair a mud mask. I jumped in the shower finger detangled and thoroughly rinsed out the mud taking down each twist. I applied a combination of coconut, argan, and olive to seal in the moisture. I then jumped out the shower applied flax seed gel and braided my hair into several sections. This morning I took the twist out and pulled my hair into a pony tail. The entire process took about two hours or so. Here, is what my hair looks like when it is wet. Hence, the name lambs wool. My hair does not have a discernible curl pattern and is mostly made of strands that include tons of zig zags. It is highly dense, extremely porous very very soft (almost like a puff of clouds) and fine. Also, it responds very well to shea butter, flax seed gel, olive oil and coconut oil. Let me know if you guys have any questions about the process or if you need a demo. Hope this helps. Until next time..
Same bat-time same bat-channel,
|This is my I'm not happy about wash day glare.|
|Hair wet after separating each twist washing and finger detangling|
|Notice the zig zag pattern and the cottony appearance.|
|Olive oil, argan oil and coconut oil mix sealed in moisture. Flax seed gel applied to twist for hold.|
|Hair slicked back with shea butter and flax seed gel. I'm telling you it really works wonders!|
|Why am I looking so determined in this picture???|