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    honey deep conditioner, I love the smell =D

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    I love flexi-8's!

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    not that recent a discovery, but converting to CO had the biggest impact on my hair - keeps it lovely and soft, moisturised and manageble. A close second has to be coconut oil, use it on hair and body and it's so adaptable

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    Water only is really helping me stretch washes. I've been using it inbetween my 2xs a week 'poo. I think I'm going to try to go for 1 x /week with wo in between.

    For now non trimming, renegray, going for terminal.

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    WO scalp washes inbetween CO washes. And the pencil bun held with a three prong hairfork. Holds like a rock <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravenheather View Post
    Water only is really helping me stretch washes. I've been using it inbetween my 2xs a week 'poo. I think I'm going to try to go for 1 x /week with wo in between.
    I wonder if this isn't counter productive to stretching washes? The #1 reason to stretch washes as I understand it is because hair is most fragile and very prone to get damaged when it's wet. With daily WO you still get it wet every day so the potential to get damaged is still there.
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    Just letting it grow ravenheather's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MinderMutsig View Post
    I wonder if this isn't counter productive to stretching washes? The #1 reason to stretch washes as I understand it is because hair is most fragile and very prone to get damaged when it's wet. With daily WO you still get it wet every day so the potential to get damaged is still there.
    True but for me stretching washes is a process. I used to shampoo every day. My hair is slightly oily, but it is getting better. I also don't wo every day just as needed. I have thin fine hair and don't like running around looking greasy. For me the point of stretching washes is also less products. My hair is also only sl right now, so we're not talking about really long fragile hair.

    For now non trimming, renegray, going for terminal.

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    Retread conditioner from Lush! I only used it when rinsing out my henna but now I use it every wash and my hair is so soft and easy to detangle. Also, no-heat curling methods (sock curls, headband curls).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravenheather View Post
    True but for me stretching washes is a process. I used to shampoo every day. My hair is slightly oily, but it is getting better. I also don't wo every day just as needed. I have thin fine hair and don't like running around looking greasy. For me the point of stretching washes is also less products. My hair is also only sl right now, so we're not talking about really long fragile hair.
    Oh I definitely think WO is better than shampoo everyday. I kind of forgot about shampoo because I haven't used it in ages.

    Have you tried putting a little conditioner on the ends after a WO wash? May as well make the best of it if you're washing anyway.
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    1. Zizyphus: loves how it makes my hair feel (you know, after I spend like an hour washing it out)

    2. Using a 3 braided tassle to get perfect braidwaves all the way down to my hair. I'm loving it!
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