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Wash Day ; Preparing For Sew-In


My install will be happening this week and I wanted to give my hair a really good wash/deep condition. It was pretty simple yet very effective. I used very minimal products and did a light protein treatment that I have not done in while. I washed my hair at home and went to a salon to get my ends trim and a roller set/blow out done. 

1. I prepoo my hair with a mixture of oils EVOO, Grape seed Oil, Jojoba Oil & Avocado Oil. As the oil mixture was heating up in a cup of hot water I parted my hair into four sections. Once I felt the oil was warm enough I applied it to my scalp first sectioning the four parts into two more parts. Then applied it to the lengths of my hair. I then used my Hair Therapy Cap and left it on for 30 minutes. 

2. Rinsed the oil out and then shampooed using the Miss Jessie Sudsy Slip Shampoo in my four sections. Although it was a small size it was enough for my entire head. I mainly focused on my roots and rub the suds down the length of my hair. This was my first time using this and it was pretty nice. The scent was okay but the consistency was really weird. It was like a loose but has this sticky look, its hard to describe. I did have suds and it was pretty detangling on my roots. Also did not feel stripping at all. 

3. I then applied the ORS Replenishing Pak and upon application my hair felt really soft! I haven't used this product in awhile simply because I dislike the smell of it. I also put my oil mixture from earlier lightly on top of the d/c. Instead of leaving this in for 45 minutes without heat I decided to sit under my hooded dryer for 20 minutes. But boy was this great. It was enough slip to detangle with and hair felt really moisturized. I wouldn't even need to follow up with a moisturizing d/c but I did anyway. I'm also going to add this to my regimen.

4. I deep condition my hair with It's a 10 Hair Mask (Review coming soon) I love this deep conditioner it provides great slip and smells amazing! I left that on with heat for 30 minutes and went to a salon for my stylist to trim, roller set and blow out my hair. I hope to get a picture up real soon. 

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  1. I love It's a 10! but I haven't used the deep conditioner yet. I can't wait to read your review to see if its worth trying.

    KLP | SavingOurStrands

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Price: $7.99 for 16oz Tub @ Target

Product Claims: 
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