Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Wash-N-Go (another option)

Hi Beautifuls!

I hope that you had a wonderful and safe holiday weekend! I'm technically still on mine until Wednesday. (I took a furlow day for Tuesday.) One more day to hug my pillow just a little bit longer in the morning. =)

From time to time, I peruse the videos in Youtube. This is another invaluable resource for damn near any topic imaginable to man, including natural hair. One person in particular caught my attention with her approach to reviving a wash-n-go beyond the first day. Now normally, I totally re-wet my hair while in the shower. But this is another option that would cut down on drippies and drying time.

Check it out.


Loves her hair!
What do you think about this method? Have you tried this or something similiar?...

6 comments:

  1. Probably the closest thing I've tried is re-applying a creme/oil and doing big twists.

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  2. Hi Quel! I've heard of people doing that also. I normally retwist my hair at night when I'm wearing a twist-out.

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  3. I first saw her video on Youtube and thought no way. She does not touch her hair once and it came out so nice. Why did noone ever tell me that waking my hair up could be this easy? She is just beautiful!

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  4. OMG Fleurzty, I thought the same thing! She and her hair are gorgeous!

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  5. I think you have to have some length to it so that it can flop. With a short curly fro it doesn't flop like that. When I do my hair in finger coils it flops and I revive it with a spray bottle. But when I have my hair in a fro I can't get the coils to form that way. They just don't move!

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  6. Hi Bronze Trinity! I agree with you regarding length being a necessity for this method. I have yet to give it a try. I've been wearing low buns/puffs and twist-outs. But the next time I wear a wash-n-go, I'm going to give it a try on 2nd day hair and see what happens.
    Thanks for the comment.

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