Hair diary week ending 25th August 2012

 

Sunday morning

Took out the rollers and went to church without combing out my hair. My hair looked oily: I think I put too much serum. Next time I use the Joico moisture recovery balm, I’m not going to use any leave-ins at all! To read what I did on Saturday night, check out my hair diary for the week ending 18th August 2012

Sunday afternoon

Out of boredom or sheer curiosity, I decided to test my Tangle Teezer. I brushed out my hair with my Tangle Teezer on one side and the 3-comb method of detangling on the other side. My hair felt smoother on the side with the tangle teezer but I lost more hair on that side. I noticed that my ends were sticking together so I felt that I would need to clarify my hair soon.

Sunday Evening

  • I applied a few drops of my sealing oil then lightly sprayed some Proclaim tea tree leave-in conditioner on my edges and massaged in some Jamaican black castor oil.
  • Wore my satin bonnet then my shower cap and lastly my beret for a modified greenhouse effect.

Monday morning

Monday night

  • My hair felt too oily so I decided to co-wash.
  • I applied Salon Selectives Smooth & Straight Conditioner to my hair. Wore my soft bonnet dryer for about 15 minutes.
  • ‘Scrubbed’ my hair and rinsed it out with warm water.
  • Detangled my hair in several sections with my wide tooth comb. My hair was quite soft so I didn’t apply any leave-ins. Lubricated my hands lightly with Brazilian butter, twisted my hair and rolled my ends with satin rollers.

Tuesday morning

My hair was still not dry so I wore my soft bonnet dryer for about 45 minutes. My hair came out soft and not oily. However, it was not defined in the middle. I’ll keep trying to get a good twist out or braid out!

Tuesday night

I lightly sprayed some of my Proclaim tea tree leave-in, lightly combed my hair, wore my satin scarf, my shower cap and then my hair bonnet. Went to bed

Wednesday morning

Did a simple bun.

Wednesday night

Moisturized  my hair with rose water, wrapped it, wore my satin scarf and went to bed

Thursday morning

Wore hair down.

Thursday evening

  • Applied some S-curl activator moisturizer
  • Next, I applied some  of my sealing oil
  • Applied some Elasta QP mango butter moisturizer.
  • Wore my satin scarf and went to bed.

Friday morning

Simple bun

Friday night

  • Prepooed with coconut oil.
  • Washed with Ion clarifying shampoo. My hair did not lather after about 3 washes so I decided to use my husband’s Suave clarifying shampoo for men. It finally lathered! Lastly, I used Ion swimmer’s shampoo to remove any mineral buildup (my water at home has a lot of chlorine and iron).
  • I  applied Joico moisture recovery balm for thick hair without heat for about 5 minutes
  • Rinsed this out and applied Roux porosity control corrector conditioner
  • Next, I applied Silk elements kera minerals deep penetrating conditioner for 20 minutes with my Hair therapy cap on.
  • When I tried to rinse my hair, it was very tangly. I couldn’t figure out why. I think it was the protein in the Joico moisture recovery. I haven’t had much good results with this conditioner! I didn’t wash my hair in sections: that could be another reason.
  • I sprayed some diluted Apple cider vinegar. This helped to reduce the tangles.
  • Detangled my hair in sections in front of the mirror. I didn’t use any leave-ins.
  • I decided to do a wet wrap. I don’t even know why I attempted this but it was a horrible experience cos’ I lost a bit of hair.

  • I then decided to simply divide my hair into two sections (front and back), bun each side and roll the ends.
  • Applied some Generic Value Products (GVP) Silk Remedy
  • Tied my satin scarf and went to bed.

 

Saturday morning

  • Blow dried each bun for 5 minutes (with cool air)
  • Combed hair to the side

Saturday evening

  • Lightly spritzed my hair with Proclaim tea tree leave-in
  • Divided my hair into 2 sections: front and back.
  • Held each section with a scrunchie and rolled the ends with magnetic rollers.

Sunday morning

See you next week with more from my hair diary!

Dr Fomsky 

About the author
Dr Fomsky

Nigerian-born Dr Fomsky is a God-lover, a wife, a mom of three, a medical doctor by day. Plus she owns a Nigerian-based online hair product store called Sizzelle.
Dr Fomsky is very passionate about hair, skin and weight management. Since she's had her babies, she's been struggling to keep her weight and her tummy down!
At night, she likes to read books, write blog posts and leave comments on other blogs. She lives in Alberta, Canada and is also the author of Solving your relaxed hair breakage book .
DR FOMSKY'S HAIR TYPE:
LAST RELAXER DAY: December 15th, 2016
BIG CHOP: January 14th, 2017
Natural Hair, Unknown Porosity, Fine Hair strands, Low to Moderate Density
CURRENT HAIR LENGTH: Unknown
FAVOURITE DEEP CONDITIONER: ??

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4 Comments to Hair diary week ending 25th August 2012

  1. ChiChi says:

    Ok Dr. splendid diary… but where did you get the red frames in the last pix. I want very much…

  2. flosy says:

    you so inspire me

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