Today was my first time I ever deep condition on dry hair. I decided to give it a try because I didn’t feel like hopping in and out the shower today. I really didn’t see a difference between doing it on either wet or dry. I am going to try again to see if there is, I did like that I didn’t have to jump in and out the shower. I also added garlic powder to my deep conditioner because I learned that its suppose to help with shedding and breakage. It was my first time adding it so I know I’m not going to see any results until maybe the 5 or 6th try; I don’t know. But that stuff STINKS! I left the deep conditioner on for 45 minutes I tried to go longer but I couldn’t stand the smell of it. I had also learned that the garlic smell stays in your hair for a week but that didn’t happen to me don’t know why. I shampoo with HE drama clean maybe that’s the reason. ( I decided to used that cause I didn’t want the smell to last, which beat the purpose of the dc. At least I think so) If your curious of what products I used : Neutrogena Triple Moisture Conditioner, EVCO, EVOO, Argan Oil & Garlic. I’m now in need of a conditioner cause I’m out of my triple moisture & Giovanni conditioner, planning on getting the Aussie 3 min. I had that before but don’t really remember if I like it or not so I’m going to be picking up another bottle today.
I made my long term goal! I'm finally waist length. I have been on a hair journey for a very long time and through so many trial and errors I found what helped me. My growth has definitely come from protective styling. I'm either doing a sew in and if not that my hair was always in a bun. Also having a simple hair routine is key! Not only that but keeping up with my ends. I plan to get my ends lightly trimmed but the only person I trust is so far from me but very soon I will get one. I might try to do a new hair goal of hip length but honestly not sure having long hair can kind of be annoying, but I'm not complaining I love my current length.