September 25, 2013

Wash Day Post Relaxer…

After relaxing my hair I like to do a protein treatment one week after but not later than two weeks after to add some strength back into my strands.

[1]   Prepooed with Extra Virgin Coconut Oil on my scalp and on the length of my hair.
[2]   Shampooed with ORS Creamy Aloe Shampoo.
[3]   Applied Aphogee Two Step Protein treatment and sat under my hooded dryer for 15mins 
       till my hair was rock solid. Please Note do not comb or brush your hair after using
       this treatment prior to rinsing it out as your hair will break due to the stiffness.
[4]   Appllied Aphogee Balancing Moisturizer for 2mins and rinsed.
[5]   Followed up with Neutrogena Triple Moisture Hair Mask for 35mins.
[6]   Wrapped my hair in a t-shirt for 30mins to absorb the excess water.
[7]   Applied Aphogee Keratin & Green Tea Restructurizer , Herbal Essences Split-End
       Protector (on my ends), Aussie Moist Conditioner & Hot Six Oil.

Fully wrapped my hair damp and sat under my hooded dryer for 30 mins and allowed the rest of my hair to airdry.

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I was looking forward to wearing my hair straight for another week that’s why I wrapped it but 

it was sooooo hot I scooped my hair into a bun and this is how I’ll be rocking my hair for work all week long. I'm so excited that I don't need a sock bun to form a bun anymore *excitedmuch*

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The following day I applied my Jamaican Black Castor Oil on my scalp and moisturized with Elasta QP Olive Oil & Mango Butter and sealed with Hot Six Oil.

How was your last wash day & How are you wearing your hair this week?

Be Inspired…


  1. I'm sporting a loose bantu knot out gathered to the side into a giant bun. Not fancy, but definitely effective!

    KLP @ SavingOurStrands

    1. I need to do another Bantu Knot out soon, thanks for the remainder!

  2. look how full your bun is. I love full and thick buns ♥
    your hair looks so healthy, great work tomi

    1. Thanks Bebe!! My hair has certainly come a long way.


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